All Praise is due Allah, Lord of the Worlds, and peace and blessings be upon our Messenger Muhammad and due all his companions and due all his household. This study reviews some of the fundamentalist issues raised by Dr. HashemJamil in his book Issues in Comparative Jurisprudence. It seeks to shed light on one of the most outstanding scholars across Fallujah and the larger Iraq, given that he is an Al-Asifiya alumna where Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Samarrai was teaching (a school which produced hundreds of brilliant scholars). More specifically, I intend to review a number of key contributions made by Dr. Hashem Jamil during his scholarly career. I studied and analyzed some fundamentalist rules from Issues in Comparative Jurisprudence, given that it is one of the important textbooks taught in the faculties of Islamic Sciences which shows the way the inferential contradiction is removed between Sunni and other resources in addition to the contradictions among prophetic hadiths. It is noteworthy that Sheikh Hashem Jameel has relied on the concrete evidence in hadith and Sunna rather than being influenced by a certain doctrine.
Keywords: Consensus, Measurement, Al- Asfiya School, Absolute, Restricted