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    Reviewing : Osama Emara

    This is the book of "Legal Maxims of Islamic Jurisprudence" that is studied at the Islamic University of North America (Mishkah). It presents the topic in a simple way. In the beginning, the book presents an accurate definition of the Islamic legal maxims and gives lots of examples on each rule.

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    Lecturere : Hatem Elhagaly

    In this part, Dr. Hatem Al-Haj handles some Islamic principles such as "Deeds are but by their intentions," "Certainty is not neglected by doubt," "Hardship must bring about causing," "No harm and nor reciprocating of harm," "Customs given consideration," "Using all pieces of evidences takes precedence over neglecting some".

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