Islamic Laws for Muslims in the West in accordance to the jurisprudential edicts of Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Sistani.
Author: Abdul Hadi al-Hakim
Translator: Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi
Published by Ansariyan Publications
►A Muslim who is born and brought up in a non-Muslim country demonstrates the influence of that environment very clearly in his thoughts, ideas, behaviour, values, and etiquette unless his Lord helps him. This book is the second in its league. It is yet another contribution by the author after his earlier book - Jurisprudence Made Easy, to the effort of making the body of fiqh (jurisprudence) easier for the layman to come to grips with. Writing the manuals of Islamic laws for use by Muslims is an evolutionary process, reflecting the change in lifestyles and the relevance (or the lack of it) of certain problems and issues that vary from time to time and place to place. The spirit and the purpose remain constant but the style and the format change.
The masaels are in accordance with the edicts of Ayatullah Sayyid Ali Seestani