Legislation in the CaliphateUnlike a King or dictator, the Caliph cannot legislate laws from his own mind that suit his personal or family interests. Although the Caliph holds all executive powers within the Caliphate his powers are restricted by the ...

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  1. How are laws made in the Caliphate?
  2. The Fiqh of Transitioning to the Gold & Silver Standard
  3. Accounting the governors of the Caliphate
  4. “And [yet], among the people are those who take other than Allah as Rivals [to Him]"
  5. Deen by Soundbite
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How are laws made in the Caliphate?

Legislation in the Caliphate
Unlike a King or dictator, the Caliph cannot legislate laws from his own mind that suit his personal or family interests. Although the Caliph holds all executive powers within the Caliphate his powers are restricted by the shari’a. Many orientalists acknowledged this separation of powers. C.A. Nallino said:
But these universal monarchs of Islam, just like all other...

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The Fiqh of Transitioning to the Gold & Silver Standard

The following are answers to several questions related to the future Khilafah state and the transition of the current currency to the Gold and Silver Standard.


1. Question: Is it permissible in Islam for the Khilafah to partially back its currency during a transitional period on the justification (if it is so) that it does not have the capacity (in reserves) to maintain 100% convertibility....

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Accounting the governors of the Caliphate

Administrative Divisions of the Caliphate

The Caliphate is divided up administratively to aid the Caliph in the task of ruling. Administrative divisions exist in all states today differing only in size and name.
The territories which the Islamic State rules over are divided into provinces where each province is known as a wiliyah. The provinces are in turn divided into districts where each...

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“And [yet], among the people are those who take other than Allah as Rivals [to Him]"

From the Book, Introduction to the Tafseer of the Quran, by Ata Bin Khalil Abu Al-Rashtah:
وَمِنْ النَّاسِ مَنْ يَتَّخِذُ مِنْ دُونِ اللَّهِ أَندَادًا يُحِبُّونَهُمْ كَحُبِّ اللَّهِ وَالَّذِينَ آمَنُوا أَشَدُّ حُبًّا Read the whole entry »

    

Deen by Soundbite

…A time will come upon men, when their men of understanding (fuqahā) are few but their Qur’ān reciters are many; when the letters of the Qur’ān are guarded carefully but its boundaries are lost, when many ask but few give, when they make the sermon long but the prayer short, and put their desires before their actions.
The statement has been attributed to the companion Abdallah bin...

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