Şımşek, Murat
April 2010
Journal of Islamic Law Studies;2010, Issue 15, p303
Academic Journal
In this article the historical process of the the Prophetic conducts in view of binding in Islamic law has been mentioned. Firstly some aproaches of this subject in the early Islamic progress has been searched. And opinions of Islamic scholars after constituted doctrines has mentioned. Afterwards the Prophetic actions in the last period that is in modern age has described and depicted. In the result has been aimed to come out the difference between the Prophet's acting in his capacity as mufti and conveyer of the Message (muballigh) and his acting in his capacity as judge, and then as head of state (imām).


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