ARABIC : مفهوم النسخ عند ابن عباس والعلماء المتأخرين وتأثيره على الأحكام ( نظرة تقويمية ومقارنة)
The Concept of Abrogation (naskh) and its Impact upon Rulings: A Comparative Study of Views of Ibn Abbas (R.A) and Later Scholars
The science of Abrogation holds an important place in Islamic sciences. Since it is a very complicated and sensitive topic, there is a huge difference of opinions of scholars when it comes to accept its existence in Quran and Sunnah or deny. By knowing the negator and abrogated, the verses of Noble Qur’an can be properly understood, and can be directed to the correct meanings. In the first era, the concept of abrogation was broad, as the Companions and their followers including Ibn Abbas (May Allah be pleased with them) included exception (istisna), specialization (takhsis), restriction (taqyid) and detail (tafsil) in the abrogation. They took the meanings of abrogation as absolute change that occured to some rulings. But with the passage of time, scholars developed the terminology for Islamic sciences by their connotations, so they defined abrogation as: “The removal of a legal ruling by a legal ruling that is later than it.” The research tries to explain that he claimed for abrogation, which differed with the concept of abrogation from later scholars, just as there were claims about him, who agreed with them. Similarly, there were narrations from him, which, after investigation, were proved weak according to the rules of scholars of hadith. So, I did not mention the opinions of the later scholars because the link of those narrations was not proven from him. such as in the issue of the choice between fasting and feeding at the beginning of the legality of fasting for one who is not able to fast.
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