الأبعاد الشخصية والاجتماعية لمفهوم الأمانة: نظرة مقاصدية Personal and Social Dimensions of Trust: A Maqasidic Approach

Authors

  • اميليا حسنى سمس الدين Ameelia Husna Samsudin
  • همام الطباع Homam Altabaa

Keywords:

Maqasid al-Shariah, Dimensions of trust, Daruriyyat, Contemporary maqasid., المقاصد الشرعية، الأحكام المستجدة، العبادة، كورونا.

Abstract

هذا البحث يتناول موضوع: أثر المقاصد الشرعية على الأحكام المستجدة في الصلاة في ظل جائحة كورونا وهو تلبية لمقتضيات الواقع كأساس من الأسس المهمة بسبب هذه الجائحة التي عمت كل الأرض وتأثيرها على حياة الناس الخاصة والعامة، ويهدف البحث إلى تعريف المقاصد الشرعية والعبادة كما يهدف إلى أحكام تعليق إغلاق المساجد، والأحكام المستجدة في صلاة الجمعة والجماعة وترجيح الأحكام وأسباب الترجيح كما خلص الباحث أن للمقاصد الشرعية دور في تكييف الأحكام المستجدة في الصلاة في ظل جائحة كورونا وترجيح هذه الأحكام بناءً على المقاصد الشرعية، وكذلك أن حكم تعليق إغلاق المساجد يحقق مقصد من مقاصد الشريعة العظيمة ألا وهو الحفاظ على الأنفس وحمايتها ووقايتها من المخاطر، وتبيين إقامة صلاة الجمعة والجماعة في البيوت عوضاً عن المساجد في ظل جائحة كورونا ، وعملاً بالقاعدة الفقهية،(إذا ضاق الأمر اتسع)،وقاعدة (لا ضرر ولا ضرار) واتخذ الباحث المنهج الوصفي التحليلي.

Maqasid al-Shariah refers to the greater and higher purposes or goals that are embedded in the Shariah or Islamic law to realize and protect the virtues or interests (maslahah) of human beings in all aspects of life. This paper seeks to explore the various dimensions of the concept of trust from an Islamic perspective with a special reference to the theory of Maqasid al-Shariah. Trust principally means the belief in the reliability of someone or something to carry out their roles and responsibilities. It is a foundational value in the Islamic system that addresses the lives of individuals and of groups on micro and macro levels. As the implications and effects of trust are important and pervasive, this study serves as a basis to critically realize the value of trust in Islam. Accordingly, the paper presents an overview of Maqasid al-Shariah as a framework that guides Islamic practices before examining the value of trust within this framework. Subsequently, the utility of trust in Islam is further explored and assessed through evidence from the Quran and Sunnah.

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Published

2021-03-08

How to Cite

Ameelia Husna Samsudin ا. ح. س. ا., & Homam Altabaa ه. ا. (2021). الأبعاد الشخصية والاجتماعية لمفهوم الأمانة: نظرة مقاصدية Personal and Social Dimensions of Trust: A Maqasidic Approach. Al-Risalah: Journal of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences (ARJIHS), 5(1), 39–59. Retrieved from https://journals.iium.edu.my/al-risalah/index.php/al-risalah/article/view/290