Sharia: The Islamic Laws.
Sharia is the Islamic law that Allah Almighty has made for Muslims. So that they can follow these laws and implement the Sharia in their daily life. The term sharia is referred to the set of laws set by Allah almighty for Muslims. And follow those rules and implement them in their every problem which they face in daily life. Sharia provides a set of principles and guidelines to Muslims so that they can make important decisions in their life.
Sharia law is an Islamic doctrine that establishes rules for social, mental, and physical conduct that Muslims must obey. Islamic law is basically Islam’s legal code. And it is known as Allah’s order for Muslims. Sharia law covers a wide range of issues, including terrorism, governance, and the economy. As well as personal problems including marital relations, sanitation, food, praying, daily protocol, and fasting. One of Islam’s defining features has been its dedication to Islamic law. In a sentence, Sharia is Allah’s unchangeable law.
The Quran includes Allah’s teachings, which are pure and everlasting in essence, as explained by the Prophet. The Muslim community’s laws of faith are based on Hadith and the Prophet’s Sunnah narration.
The Quran is the primary source of Sharia law in Islam. It includes the laws by which the Muslim world is ruled (or should be controlled). And serves as the foundation for relationships between Muslims and Allah. As well as between Muslims and non-Muslims. The Sharia includes the laws that prescribe how a Muslim community is structured and run. As well as the means for resolving relationships between people and between citizens and the government.
Quran Ayat for Sharia.
We have revealed to you ˹O Prophet˺ this Book with the truth, as a confirmation of previous Scriptures and a supreme authority on them. So judge between them by what Allah has revealed, and do not follow their desires over the truth that has come to you. To each of you We have ordained a code of law and a way of life. If Allah had willed, He would have made you one community, but His Will is to test you with what He has given ˹each of˺ you. So compete with one another in doing good. To Allah you will all return, then He will inform you ˹of the truth˺ regarding your differences.
He has ordained for you ˹believers˺ the Way which He decreed for Noah, and what We have revealed to you ˹O Prophet˺ and what We decreed for Abraham, Moses, and Jesus,1 ˹commanding:˺ “Uphold the faith, and make no divisions in it.” What you call the polytheists to is unbearable for them. Allah chooses for Himself whoever He wills, and guides to Himself whoever turns ˹to Him˺