Commentary Work of Maliki Jurists in the Chapter of Fiqh-ul-Quran, an Introductory Study
مالکی فقہاء کا فقہ القرآن کے باب میں تفسیری کام، ایک تعارفی مطالعہ
The Holy Qur'an is the most basic and fundamental source for Islamic jurisprudence. According to the traditions, since the time of the Holy Prophet, the method of obtaining rules through the Qur'an was common among the Companions of the Holy Prophet (sws). The verses mentioned in the Holy Qur'an are of two kinds. There are some verses in which the commandments are mentioned with great clarity and clarity. Most of the rules of the Holy Qur'an belong to this category. However, there are some rules which are taken through meditation. There are two more types. Some rulings are those which are deduced without any intermediary, there is no need to associate any other verse with it while some rulings are those which are derived from any other argument. Rulings derived from Qur'anic verses are called "Islamic jurisprudence" or "legal study of the Qur'an". Due to the importance of the rules of jurisprudence and its relation to practical life, many scholars have arranged the interpretation of the verses of the rules of jurisprudence. Scholars of all schools of jurisprudence have worked on it in different ways. In this regard, the work of the old and contemporary scholars of the Maliki school of thought is very remarkable. The article under consideration has been written in view of this need.