The research aims at identifying the rules of pretexts, showing their importance in advocacy work, extrapolating some of their contemporary advocacy applications, highlighting the comprehensiveness of Islamic law and its ability to absorb contemporary advocacy issues, and contributing to the reconfiguration of advocacy discourse in an intentional manner that takes into account interests and outcomes. The significance of the research comes from the standpoint of the awareness of the preacher of the objectives, and his ability to distinguish the branches from the origins and the constants from the variables. It is an important step towards renewal and keeping pace, and then advancement and victory to implement the rule of God the Almighty on earth. The preacher does not accept that the nations advance, and he lags behind, and the means of invocations and false ideas develop, and the owner of the truth remains shrouded in the cloak of familiarity with the old and the fight against everything new. The descriptive, inferential, analytical method was used in the research, and it reached a number of results, the most important of which are: highlighting the differences of scholars about the authoritative rules of pretexts and applying them. The Maliki scholars expanded in taking it and counting it as one of their fundamentals, while the Hanafis take pretexts through approbation, and the Shafi’is take it through texts, and they did not deny blocking the pretexts, but they did not make it an asset of their fundamentals. The research also showed that pretexts have a clear effect in controlling the work of preachers and reducing the differences between them by returning everyone to legitimate rules.
H. Benyahia, Oumkeltoum and A. Al-Bashir, Amna
"Rules of Pretexts and Their Advocacy Applications,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 12
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol12/iss10/29