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JCR. 2020; 7(3): 438-450


AL-AHKOM AS-SULTONIYYA VA-L-VALOYOT AD-DINIYYA IN SOURCE CLASSIFICATION OF WORLD MANUSCRIPTS STUDY OF ABULHASAN MAVARDI PRODUCT

Juraev Ziyovuddin Muhitdinovich..

Abstract
In this article analyzed the intention – a choice or the doctrine of election . In article is considered scientists used“Al-Ahkom us-sultoniyya va-l-valoyot ud-diniyya”as the main theoretical source in creating of their works on state governing, Mavardi’s work“Al-Ahkom us-sultoniyya va-l-valoyot ud-diniyya”consists of 20 chapters and 109 sections which the content and structure of the themes are given completely and logically consequently.

Key words: Al-Mavardi, laws, statehood, government, sunna, imam, sultan, vizier, emir, cadi (judge), manuscript,worship: Allah, prophet, rasul, the Koran,hadith, shariah, ahkam, islam, valayat, ahl as sunnah va-l-jamo’a, madhhab, religion, aqidah, aqd, creed (e’tiqod), sunnah, faith (farz), vajib, salat; political information law, election, choise (tanlov), truce (sulh), advice (mashvarat), volition (ixtiyor), policy, Islamic law, public administration, iearchy,



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