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Categories: Arabic words and phrases in Sharia, Articles with permanently dead external links, Hawza, Islamic terminology, Legal interpretation
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ijtihad  Doctorate in Islam  Ijtehad  Ijthad  Ijtihaad
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The endeavor of a Moslem scholar to derive a rule of divine law from the Koran and Hadith without relying on the views of other scholars; by the end of the 10th century theologians decided that debate on such matters would be closed and Muslim theology and law were frozen WordNet 3.0
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The endeavor of a Moslem scholar to derive a rule of divine law from the Koran and Hadith without relying on the views of other scholars; by the end of the 10th century theologians decided that debate on such matters would be closed and Muslim theology and law were frozen WordNet 3.0
The endeavor of a Muslim scholar to derive a rule of divine law from the Koran and Hadith without relying on the views of other scholars; by the end of the 10th century theologians decided that debate on such matters would be closed and Muslim theology and law were frozen WordNet 2020
Ijtihad is an Islamic legal term referring to independent reasoning or the thorough exertion of a jurist's mental faculty in finding a solution to a legal question. Wikipedia
Islamic legal term referring to independent reasoning Wikidata
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Some reform-minded Islamic scholars believe that reopening ijtihad is a prerequisite for the survival of Islam WordNet 3.0