A COMPARATIVE AND RESEARCH STUDY OF THE SELECTED MODERN JURISPRUDENTIAL ISSUES IN THE LIGHT OF SELECTIVE URDU TAFASEER
The Qur’an and Hadith are the primary sources of Islam. They offer solutions to the problems of every nation, region, and situation in the future. Apart from this, there are two secondary sources, which are jurisprudence and the interaction of the Ummah. The difference between the two sources is that the first mentioned source is mentioned in a principled and general style, while the latter secondary source is compiled in a detailed and detailed style. The hadiths of the Prophet ﷺ and the Sunnah of the Holy Qur’an are interpretations and explanations, while the jurisprudence and interaction of the Ummah are the interpretations and practical examples of the hadiths and the original.
The Muslim Ummah is facing many modern problems in every age and century. The solutions to these modern problems are found perfectly in the sources of Islam. For this, other sciences are needed only as support and not permanently. The research and comparative analysis of selected jurisprudential issues are presented in the light of selected Urdu commentaries. These three Urdu commentaries were Compiled by Mufti Muhammad shafi,Allama ghulam Rasool saeedi and Abul-Ala Al-Maududi. All three personalities are great Islamic scholars who have elaborately discussed modern jurisprudential issues in their interpretations.
In the current era, there is a need to present research and a comparative review of these jurisprudential issues, these debates are covered in the present paper: the original about the rulings, a review of Western democracy and Islamic Shariatism, the command to offer Nafila prayers while riding, and offering prayers in moving trains and aeroplanes. Order, justification of prayer through a loudspeaker, order of hunting by gunshot, use of European products, and the issue of blood transfusion These issues are compared and analysed as well. The above-mentioned paper is divided into three main parts: in the first part, the types of modern problems and their solutions are discussed; in the second part, the selected jurisprudential problems are evaluated in light of the three interpretations; and in the third part, European products and blood transfusions are examined. A comparative review is presented. Summary discussion, conclusions, and recommendations are presented at the end of the paper, while footnotes are listed at the end.