Comparative Analysis of The Sadd ul Dharai with Fath ul Dharai, Heela (Legal Fiction) and Rule of Prohibition of Means
Keywords:Sadd al Dharai, Good, Evil, Intention, Blocking, Legal Fiction, Consensus, Shariah
The second principle is the blocking of the means, which occurs in one of two situations. The first situation is when a lawful means is expected to lead to an unlawful (or harmful) result. The second situation is when a lawful means, which normally leads to a lawful result, is used to procure an unlawful end. In these cases, the means itself become unlawful. Dharai is the plural of dharai, which signify means Sadd means to block. The concept of Sadd ul Dharai is founded on the idea of prevention of evil before it materializes. Sadd al Dharai always stresses anything that is evil or which opens the floodgate to evil. So, in this view where an example of prohibition from insulting idol worshipers means that they would insult Allah as a result.
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