Arbitrariness and its effect on prayer - a practical study of fundamentalism


  • AbdalRahman Ebrahim Alkharraz Kuwait



Arbitrariness, Prayer


This research, marked with "arbitrariness and its effect on prayer", deals with the concept of arbitrariness and its definition, and the statement of its rooting in Islamic jurisprudence, and deals with the adaptation of arbitrariness, and what graduates from the fundamental rules, and then mentions what was based on the detailed partial evidence, and what is going on arbitrariness, by indicating its field of work, I then touch on the application of the theory of arbitrariness in the use of the right to apply it in the aspect of worship in matters of prayer specifically, applying arbitrariness to three issues in prayer, and I mention the words of scholars that can come out and be described as the application of the theory of arbitrariness in the use of the right in those matters, so that these issues are an example For the effect of arbitrariness in prayer, which is combined with the conflict and competition of rights, between the one who worships and others, including prayer on the side of the road, the question of praying in the Muslim community to eat garlic and onions, and the cutting of the prayer of the imam because of the prolonged reading by the imam, i addressed the words of the scholars in these pictures. Explaining the effect of the conflict of rights in them, so that the application of arbitrariness is clear.



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How to Cite

Alkharraz, A. E. (2020). Arbitrariness and its effect on prayer - a practical study of fundamentalism. Journal of Social Sciences (COES&Amp;RJ-JSS), 9(3), 857.875.