مؤسسة الحسبة في الدولة الاسلامية وجذورها منذ الفترة الجاهلية

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Published Sep 13, 2009
Ahmad Ghibin

Abstract

This study deals with the presumed pre-Islamic origins of the
institution of Îisba that developed and became dominant in the
medieval Muslim city. In doing this, the author compares between the
duties of this Muslim institution and the traditions and practices the
pre-Islamic Arabs were accustomed within their religious, social and
economic life and 'institutions', such as the Îums, the aswÁq and the

aÎlÁf. The main hypothesis in the study is that the pre-Islamic Arabs
retained some traditions and practices that we can consider as the
first origins of Îisba. It is possible to assume that the pre-Islamic
Arabs borrowed some of these practices from the more civilized
neighboring societies that they were in contact with, such as the
Mesopotamian societies and the Jews of Babel and Palestine. Other
practices, certainly, were certainly developed by the Arabs to meet
their special needs.

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Ghibin, A. (2009). مؤسسة الحسبة في الدولة الاسلامية وجذورها منذ الفترة الجاهلية. Jami’a - Journal in Education and Social Sciences, 13, 41–82. Retrieved from https://ojs.qsm.ac.il/index.php/jamiaa/article/view/327

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