This course is an intensive study of the second half of financial transactions in Islam, covering various issues including watering in exchange for a share of the produce, sharecropping, reviving barren land, per-job wages, lost and found property, foundlings, prize money, leasing and hiring, the right of pre-emption, endowments, gifts, and more.
The main text focuses on the opinions and evidence of the Hanbali Madhab. In addition, attention will be given to all the various opinions across the major Madhahib (legal schools of thought), particularly on major issues.(3 credits)
About the Instructor(s)
Dr. Muhammad Said currently works as a associate professor at the Dept. of Islamic Studies in English, Al-Azhar University and associate professor at Taibah University, Madina
He obtained his Ph.D. from Al-Azhar University in 2007 in Hadith