The Impact of the Significance of the General Pronunciation on the Rule of Usury Through the Book of Interpretations of the Ahmadiyya Lamla Jeon "T 1130 AH"


Praise be to God. We praise Him and seek His assistance, guidance, and forgiveness; we seek refuge in God from the evils of our actions and thoughts. He whom God guides is not misled, and he who misleads him, there is no guide for him. As for the legal rulings that are the basis of our life that God Almighty has drawn for us and approved by His servants, scholars must understand these rulings and communicate them to the people. The early scholars were keen to sit down to elicit and understand these rulings, so it is not possible to judge something as permissible or forbidden without referring to it. These rules, and among these basic rules, are the semantics of the words that are indispensable to any scholar who is diligent about them. Everyone who addresses fatwas and interpretation must be familiar with these rules, and the general significance is one of the basic semantics sections, which is the significance in terms of the situation where it determines who is covered by the speech. To demonstrate this type of connotation, we took an example that we hear constantly now due to its widespread prevalence among us, and we shed light on the impact of the general connotation in this ruling and how the legislator used it to abolish this treatment to preserve the society. To achieve the best result, we divided the research into several demands: The first requirement: introducing Mullah Jun, the Hanafi Indian scholar (died 1130 AH), and his book (Al-Tafsir al-Ahmadiyya). The second requirement: we have defined the general term and its form and significance according to scholars and their disagreements about it. The third requirement: we dealt with the effect of the general significance in deducing the ruling on the prohibition of usury. The fourth requirement is concerned with the effect of general significance in interpreting the meaning of usury. The fifth requirement: is the reason for the interest. We have concluded this research with the most important results we have reached, including the absolute prohibition of usury and the absence of exceptions or licenses in this ruling. And with this, we have concluded this research with the praise of God Almighty.

Keywords: general connotation, usury, Mullah Jeon, Ahmadi interpretations