Distinguished Students in the Study of Academic Jurisprudence


Following the era of prophet Muhammed (PBUH), the nation has religiously relied on one of the four accredited jurisprudential doctrines. Despite their differences regarding many scientific issues, these doctrines did not deviate from the approach of the prophet’s companions in ruling judgments. It is the wisdom of God to set certain general guidelines and principles for Sharia Law to ensure a well-organized life for the people in all times and places. Islamic law is characterized by immortality. It remains as long as man exists. Its branches are renewed with the passage of each day and night. It is preserved by God the Almighty. Allah the Almighty has true believers in every period and time. They are mandated to revive the disappeared principles of this religion. In the light of this fact, it is a matchless honor to be the servants of this nation and, with the help of the Almighty, to enlighten people with knowledge. If we succeed in communicating our message it is because of the blessings of the Almighty but if we fail it is because of the whims of the self. The advantages of the Alasfia school extend beyond the mosques and into society. Many of the school alumni excelled in academic study. Among those outstanding alumni is Sheikh Yassin Mohammed Saeed al-Walid, who will be the focus of this article. The first segment considers the role of the students of the Asfiya school in the field of jurisprudence and academic excellence. The second segment explores the life of Sheikh Yassin Mohammed Saeed Al-Waleed. The third segment discusses the provisions of the Hajj and Umrah in terms of methodology and resources and inferences and scientific value. Finally, in the conclusion we present the most important results we have arrived at through this research.

We pray Allah the Almighty to deem our work beneficial for muslims and finally all praise is due Allah and He is the guardian of success.