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Publication . Article . 2011

Musaqah and sharecropping in the Islamic economic thought المساقاة والمزارعة في الفكر الاقتصادي الإسلامي

Dr. Dhaher Zabah Kitan د. ظاهر ذباح كيطان;
Open Access   Arabic  
Published: 01 Jun 2011 Journal: Journal Of Babylon Center For Humanities Studies, volume 1, issue 1, pages 301-322 (issn: 2227-2895, eissn: 2313-0059, Copyright policy )
Publisher: University of Babylon
Historical Studies Occupies of thought of the Islamic economic special importance, especially for researchers so as to learn the various aspects of the cultural heritage of the organizations economic particularly by agriculture because it's life base and determine the authenticity of the depth of economic thought Arab-Islamic since ancient times, and know that for agriculture and Musaqah system and foundations and legislation reliable when initiating the system because it represents a contract between the owner of implant and canals, It is optional for this topic because it focuses on the study of one aspect of Arab history and Islamic idea of ​​economic, that importance of the subject is that it tries to shed light on the aspect of the economic situation in the Arab Islamic state, still pens historians monitor the movement of history to record events and variables and provided for generations to inspire lessons through the stages of time successive, but this is the study of history and research at the pages and one of the most important cultural monuments that connects the present humanitarian its past and provide for our experiences and work of former building home and how he was keen to find work and production in fields different production, as well as that agriculture needs to be laws to regulate transactions, and it has found a lot of agronomic like plasterer (1), and Almhaklh and Almaakrh as well as Musaqah and sharecropping (1), and other types of transactions, due to the breadth and complexity of these issues so I chose one aspect of those aspects only a (Musaqah and sharecropping in Islamic economic thought) and as such the subject less than touched him was to be me that look in a lot of sources and references mentioned this aspect, and here we have faced many difficulties, it is not inevitable research in this area was Quran first source which derived from verses lot of special meanings sharecropping and Musaqah, he was also sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (p) special importance to research and wrote jurisprudential an important role in supporting the search a lot of information, we took from the book Muwatta of Malik bin Anas (d. 179 AH), The book Biography of the Prophet by Ibn Hisham (d. 218 AH), and Bukhari (d. 256 AH), which explained various aspects of the vertebrae search, as it was for books Economic great credit to obtain valuable information related to research and including a book abscess Abu Yusuf (d. 182 AH) and provisions Bowl for Maurda (d. 450 AH) was Books for Sheikh Tusi (d. 460 AH) private book refine provisions, and end in just Fiqh and Fatawa role in getting a lot of historical information relating to material research, and we take from the book laws of Islam in matters of Halal and Haram for Alhokik alhilly (d. 676 AH) good material, and there are plenty of sources mentioned in the text, which had a great importance in the subject matter and because of the importance Version section to two themes: we dealt with in the first section Musaqah and sharecropping since ancient times and Islamic eras, as we explained the meaning Musaqah in the language, and meaning in the terminology, and the legitimacy of Musaqah, and the method of division The second topic was stating the importance of farming and its meaning in the language and terminology, and the legality of sharecropping, and conditions then Donna most important results and we hope that we have been successful in pursuit Lighting cultural aspects of our history in the economic sphere.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings: lcsh:Fine Arts lcsh:N lcsh:History (General) and history of Europe lcsh:D


Humanities;Islamic history

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