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التوظيف الفقهي المعاصر لأدوات الاجتهاد في التمويل الإسلامي

Abozaid, Abdulazeem (2015): التوظيف الفقهي المعاصر لأدوات الاجتهاد في التمويل الإسلامي. Published in: Law Magazine of Ajman University , Vol. 1, No. 4 (November 2015)

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Islamic law covers all aspects of human dealings, including Islamic financial law and its Shariah nominated contracts, which represent the bases for all Islamic banking and finance transactions. These contracts are either readily found in the classic books of Islamic law or modified versions adopted to suit the modern transactions of Islamic finance. In some cases they are a combination of more than one contract designed to serve a particular financing purpose, like the contract of financial lease where the transaction starts with lease and ends with sale. This paper comes to discuss the most important Ijtihad instruments that can be used by the scholar to evaluate and endorse products in Islamic finance. It then elaborates on the instruments that are in use in the modern Islamic finance and which reflect a departure from Shariah rules and tools for Ijtihad. The objective of this paper is to shed light on the contemporary Ijtihad in Islamic law of Finance in light of the guidelines provided by the Shariah in an attempt to draw the outlines of what constitutes a proper use of proper Ijtihad instruments in Islamic finance.

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