Alseer from Hidaya, an analysis, (condition of Killings to Pillage and its Distribution) its deep understanding and legal gradation, sources and disagreement in the light of the Five Islamic scholars

ھدایہ کی کتاب السیر: )قتال تا غنائم(کی تقسیم میں فقہی و قانونی درجہ بندی، مصادر اور اختلاف ائمہ خمسہ کے ادلہ کے تناظر میں

  • Muaaz Aziz Islamia College University, Peshawar
  • Dr. Hifazat Ullah Islamia College University, Peshawar


Fiqaha–i-Islami has been started in the 1st century (Hijri) and a great deal of work has been done over it till now. Islamic history shed light on some will reported school of thoughts (masaliks) but the lack of research subjected these (masaliks) as extinct. However some of these masaliks, still exist. Imam Abu Abdullah Jafar Sadiq (765/148), Imam Abu Hanifa Nauman Bin Sabith (767/150) Imam-e-Malik Bin Anas (784/170), Imam–e-Shafie (819-203), Imam-e-Ahmad Bin Hambal (855-241) and Imam Abu Sulaiman Daud Bin Ali Alzahiri (935/324) are few illustrations. Their disciples (students) then had accomplished the task and scripted an extensive literature in which the most comprehensive one is that of Ali Bin Abi Bakar Almarghinani’s (593) work “Alhidiyah”. Time did not tarnish its reputation as it is paramount and like a back bone in the Hanafi school of thought. It was profoundly felt that all the illustrations should properly be labeled and to make them in proper order along with reference to various sources. Apart from Hanafi school of thought, the disagreements and concurrences of this book with Jafri school of thought, Maliki and Shafi schools of thought, Hambali and Zahri schools of thought should be draw up. Moreover, the arguments of these disagreement and concurrences should be based on the manifestations of Quran and Sunnah. Researcher has toilsomely accomplished the task from hidayah book asseyr chapter Qitaal ki kaifiyat to chapter Ghanaim and its distribution.

Author Biographies

Muaaz Aziz, Islamia College University, Peshawar

Islamic Theology Department

Dr. Hifazat Ullah, Islamia College University, Peshawar

Islamic Theology Department