قاعدة عموم البلوی فی الشریعة الاسلامیة أسبابا وضبطا
This article contains a basic research that aims to explain the truth of the mass concern a (general affliction), the legitimacy, causes and relationship of the mass concern (general affliction) with the purposes of the sharia, its connection with the sharia evidences along with the relevant jurisprudential examples.
There is no sharia ruling unless it fulfills an expedient based on the preservation of religion, life, intellect, generation, or property, and this matter appears in the Islamic sharia as a whole, and there cannot be a sharia ruling unless it is aimed at one of them. Sometimes for people, customs and traditions arise and there is a need, and there are conditions other than normal conditions and situations, such as the general bill, where the continuation of the ruling with it in a particular incident causes evils and corruption, and the corruption prevails over the interests, as the first expediency is lost and it causes severe hardship for the responsible on the obligors, and the compatibility of the ruling with the situation that was favorable is broken by legislation, so this ruling is no longer suitable for it and expediency is the intention, so the principles of sharia require that the ruling another one should replace it in order to ward off those evils and solve this affliction from the obligated persons.
In this article, we examined the ruling of mass concern (general affliction), its reasons and discipline, so that all its primary rulings are included in the Islamic sharia and people should implement them in their individual and social lives, and without a doubt, the religion of Islam is the religion of ease and comfort, and it wants ease and removal of afflictions from our lives.
Keywords: The rule, Mass Concern (General Affliction), Affliction, Ease, Experiences, Cause.
Sayed Naim AHMADI, Professor, Faculty of Sharia, Department of Islamic Education, Panjshir University, Panjshir Province – AFGHANISTAN
Ihsanullah NIAZI, Associate Professor, Faculty of Sharia, Department of Jurisprudence and Law – Abu Rayhan Al-Biruni University. Kapisa Province – AFGHANISTAN