For example, although Muslims are required to fast during , it is not only acceptable but recommended for an ill man to break his fast if fasting will worsen his illness Technically, it is considered a rule of Islamic law
Mustahabb includes , shaving the and , and As-salamu alaykum Statements consisting only of original research should be removed

Ahkam

You could say that the moon is rising or the moon is not rising, or that fire burns.

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أحكام العقيقة
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أحكام العقيقة
Jurists disagree on whether the term covers the first three or the first four categories
أحكام القتل وتحريمه في الإسلام
According to scholar of Islam Joseph Schacht, the categories were developed at least two centuries after Muhammad's time
Reprehensible acts should be avoided, but they are not considered to be sinful or punishable in court In the Quran, the word hukm is variously used to mean arbitration, judgement, authority, or 's will
Fatwa [ ] It is similar to but differs from a In Emad El-Din Shahin ed

أحكام الصوم

Haram includes , , shirk, and consuming blood and forbidden foods.

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قانون أصول المحاكمات المدنية والتجارية رقم (2) لسنة 2001م
Examples of each ruling [ ] Fard includes , , , and responding to
دليل الإتقان
Emergency conditions [ ] Religious precepts may be relaxed under certain extraordinary conditions
أحكام البيع والشراء في الإسلام
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Mubah includes, in property law, possessions without an owner

دليل الإتقان

In the plural, ahkam, it commonly refers to specific Quranic rules, or to the legal rulings derived using the methodology of.

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أحكام القتل وتحريمه في الإسلام
Makruh includes , , consuming garlic before going to , and using a lot of water for
قانون أصول المحاكمات المدنية والتجارية رقم (2) لسنة 2001م
General considerations [ ] This section possibly contains
Ahkam
The word acquired new meanings in the course of Islamic history, being used to refer to worldly executive power or to a court decision