Judgments

'Obey Allah and obey the Apostle ..'


'There will be twelve Muslim rulers...'


A governor can sentence to death


A judge giving judgment according to his knowledge


A letter from the ruler to his representatives


Appointing 'Urafa to take care of affairs


Appointing a caliph to succeed another


Appointing freed slaves as judges and officials


Bedouins giving the pledge of allegiance


Being contentious of enemies


Being given the right of one's brother by mistake


Being keen to have the authority to rule


Canceling a pledge given


Cases involving wealth


Causing people trouble and difficulties


Clerks should be honest and wise


Establishing peace among people by the Imam


Gifts taken by the employees


Giving and passing the judgment of Lian in mosque


Giving judgments and legal opinions on the road


Giving legal judgment according to his knowledge


Judgment in cases regarding wells


Not to seek authority to rule


Passing judgment against an absent person


Passing unjust judgment


Praising the Sultan in his presence


Ruler asking employees for an account


Seeking to be a ruler


Selling of people's estates by the ruler


Sending one man only to manage affairs


Sending two governors to one place


Sentence in mosque, punishment outside


Slandering by ignorant people


Taking the oath of allegiance for worldly benefits


Taking the oath of allegiance to the Imam


The advice of the Imam to the litigants


The chief ruler of the Muslims


The courtiers and advisors of the Imam


The expulsion of quarrelsome people


The Imam forbidding criminals to visit him


The person who judges according to Allah's laws


The pledge given by women


The pledge of a child


The ruler not ruling in an honest manner


The ruler's acceptance of an invitation


The salaries of rulers


The translators of a ruler


The witness of a judge


There was no gatekeeper for the Prophet


To bear witness to a letter


To listen to and obey one's ruler


Violating a pledge of allegiance


Whoever took the oath of allegiance twice


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