An Analysis of the Establishment of the Islamic Capital by the Prophet in a Jurisprudential Approach Based on the Texts and Sources of Sira of Ahlulbayt

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Fiqh al-Asimah is an important branch of political jurisprudence that examines the jurisprudential rulings of the foundation, establishment and current issues of the Islamic Governance Center. Undoubtedly, the early and later actions of the Prophet in turning Yathrib as a city on the outskirts into a city as the first capital of Islamic governance is considered to be the most important source of Fiqh al-Asimah. From the perspective of political jurisprudence, these actions are considered as jurisprudential rulings in establishing the center of Islamic government. In the present study, based on the jurisprudential method and inferring from the texts and sources of the Sira (lifestyle), an attempt has been made to study the Sira of the Prophet before and after entering the city of Medina as well as the aspect of Fiqh al-Asimah. The findings of the study suggest that, it is possible that the jurisprudential rulings of the establishment of the Islamic capital has been inferred from the Sira of the Prophet.

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Persian
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نشریه فقه و سیاست, Volume:1 Issue: 2, 2021
Pages:
116 to 144
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