In the final part of this short series, Ustadh Kashif Zakiuddin explains abrogation, offers some examples, and shares sources of further reading.
Author: Ustadh Kashif Zakiuddin
In part two of a short series, Ustadh Kashif Zakiuddin explains the meaning of ‘naskh’, its functions, examples, and the divine wisdom behind the concept.
In part one of a short series, Ustadh Kashif Zakiuddin explains the meaning of ‘naskh’, its functions, examples, and the divine wisdom behind the concept.
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