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The difference between imposing the eye and imposing enough

The difference between imposing the eye and imposing enough

The difference between imposing the eye and imposing enough


 They are rulings and rules set by the street in the Qur’an and Sunnah, and their necessity is proven by definitive evidence ٬ there is no suspicion in it and they came in the form of an order in the Islamic Sharia, whether in the Holy Qur’an or in the Sunnah of the Prophet Acting by it is a duty but it is waived for the non-appointed Muslim and anyone who leaves an obligation is sinful  From these hypotheses, and the one who does them is rewarded, and based on Islamic jurisprudence, the command discourse in the word of God and the hadith of His Prophet indicate that it is obligatory, and obligatory or obligatory and obligatory are two words synonymous with the same meaning.

 There are specific conditions for each of the legitimate hypotheses.

 Among these conditions is the entry of time, travel, etc., and it is sometimes waived for the Muslim in certain cases, such as sickness or travel.  The meaning of imposing the eye and imposing sufficiency.

 Imposition of the eye:

 It is the obligation that every Muslim - that is, every eye - must do, and the law has demanded it from all the individuals who are assigned a firm request.

 Enforcement of sufficiency:

 It is an obligation that is sufficient for some Muslims to perform, or for one of them, until it is waived for the others, and for this reason it is called fard al-kafa '.  The difference between the imposition of the eye and the adequacy, the imposition of the eye and the sufficiency are both an obligation and a requirement of the commissioned person, whether a man or a woman, with a firm request, either

 The difference between them:

 * The imposition of the eye is a duty for every Muslim who is obligated, and the obligated Muslim is not waived if someone else does it, such as zakat, fasting, and prayer, for example.  Where the prayer is not forfeited for a Muslim if it is performed by other Muslims, and if the obligated one does not perform it, he is sinning for neglecting it, and the imposition of the eye can never turn into an obligation.

 * As for the obligation of sufficiency, it is waived for everyone if it is performed by a part of the commissioned persons or one of them, and if none of them performs it, everyone is sinning, and the obligation of sufficiency can turn into an individual obligation in certain cases.  Such as enjoining good and forbidding what is wrong, for example if a Muslim sees someone committing a sin and there is no one other than him - meaning there is only him - to advise, then the obligation in this case becomes an individual obligation after it was a sufficient obligation.

 Examples of imposing sufficiency:

 * Jihad for the sake of God to uphold the word of truth, spread the Islamic religion, and the message of the Messenger Muhammad, upon him be blessings and peace.  Washing the dead, praying on him, and burying him ٬ The deceased has a right over other Muslims to wash, pray and bury him. Islamic law requires that the rights of the deceased Muslim be fulfilled by a group of Muslims.  Returning peace If someone enters a group of Muslims and greets them, then a Muslim must return peace.

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