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What and where is Shariah ?

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Submitted by A.B.M. Shamsud Doulah (Bangladesh), Aug 28, 2009 at 00:48

What and where is Shariah ?

The Koran is universally accepted holy book for the Muslims. But there is no codified book of Shariah.

The prophet of Islam could not do everything as to life, living, life-style and ethics etc. This is not humanly possible.

As there is none, it is the duty of the learned Muslims to codify scientifically, considering time and values, a book of Shariah universally acceptable to all Muslims.

Best regards.

A.B.M. Shamsud Doulah, Advocate, Bangladesh Supreme Court.

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