|Aḥkām is the plural of ḥukm, which means ‘arbitration,’ or ‘Allah’s authority/will.’|
In the content of Islamic definitions, it refers to the verdicts or rulings which a believer is expected to follow in Islamic Jurisprudence – such as in the areas of praying, fasting, An act of worship where Muslims make a pilgrimage to the city of Mecca and perform a unique set of rituals. Ḥajj occurs annually between the 8th and 12th of the Islamic month Dhul Hijjah.... More, etc. Most of the aḥkām of Islam are NOT contained in the Quran; they are developed through the rigorous process of The process of using one’s ‘Aql (reason) and learned Islamic knowledge to answer questions on Islamic law or conduct. In Shi’ah Islam, the practice of ijtihād is reserved for jurists who have achieved the status... More by senior scholars by using the Quran, ahādith, and the other tools of extraction of the laws of Islam.