The URDU-THE ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES REGARDING TO PROHIBITIONS IN THE LIGHT OF QUR'AN AND SUNNAH, A SPECIFIC STUDY
The concept of Lawful and forbidden has been known to every nation since ancient times. However, people have differed in explaining the scope, variety and causes of taboos and taboos, many of which were the product of their ancient beliefs, superstitions, and myths. In Islamic jurisprudence (Sharia) Lawful (halal) and forbidden (Haram) is not an unnecessary thing but an important thing and as Muslims we should know what is lawful and what is forbidden. It should be noted that the purpose of declaring something haram in the religion of Islam is not to take away, disturb and limit people's freedom, but its purpose is to regulate social life in all its aspects and control human behavior. Rather, let's say that in view of human rights, human beings are bound by these types of prohibitions. Also, in this kind of commandments of Islam, from one angle or another, there is protection from evil and mischief in these matters. Moreover, the prohibited things are limited and enumerable and clearly defined while all others are permissible.