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The #wtfiqh Collection #3

The is the third #wtfiqh collection which includes examples of faulty legal reason. The first is available here.

Disclaimers

  1. Many #wtfiqh entries also apply to non-Muslim law. I would not entrust myself to a faqīh or lawyer who makes use of them.
  2. Keep in mind that #wtfiqh is about failures in legal reasoning. It should not be confused with #WhatIsTheFiqh.
  3. If you find yourself inclining towards any of these things, please reconsider.

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The #wtfiqh collection ~ #2

The is the second #wtfiqh collection which includes examples of faulty legal reason. The first is available here.

Disclaimers

  1. Many #wtfiqh entries also apply to non-Muslim law. I would not entrust myself to a faqīh or lawyer who makes use of them.
  2. Keep in mind that #wtfiqh is about failures in legal reasoning. It should not be confused with #WhatIsTheFiqh.
  3. If you find yourself inclining towards any of these things, please reconsider.

“X can’t be right since it makes me uncomfortable.”

There is scholarship, and then there’s emotional handwaving. #wtfiqh

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The #wtfiqh collection

The #wtfiqh series includes examples of faulty legal reason. If you find yourself inclining towards any of these things, please reconsider. Q. It it valid to commission someone to do an act of disobedience? A. No, as everyone is personally intended to avoid those acts. #wtfiqh “I do not agree that x is harām since … Read more