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All Our Actions & the Shariah fall into one of the 5 categories; Wajib (Obligatory) Haram(Forbidden) Recommended(Musthab) Disliked (Makrooh) or Mubah(other than any of the 4)see below. FIQH Terminology

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INDEX OF FIQH TOPICS
Taharat & Najasat Wudhu,Tayamum / Ghusl Salaat-Prayer Congregation Prayer
Combining Prayers Friday Prayers Prostration on Turbah Sajda/Prostration
Qaza (lapsed prayers) Rules of Masjid Fajr as sadiq Ritual Ablutions for Women
Hajj /Umra Fasting Fitra Khums Zakat
Marriage Hijab Food & drink Music
Death Inheritance Beard 

Amr b Maroof Nahi Munkar

Enjoining good /Forbidding evil

Greater Sins Pdf1  Pdf2 Jihad Azadari Backbiting
Urf & Witness Yakeen & Itmenan Permission (Izn) Istekhara | Oath & vow 
Taqiayah Wajib Maintenance of relatives Internet use / Face book  ethics  Travel Fiqh
Tawalla & Tabarra Rules of Using Lavatory Women Issues made simple Code of ethics Muslim Men/ Women
Waqf Adoption   Compensation/Penalties Magic An Islamic View
Business Islamic Laws of Contracts Banking | Loan / Mortgage   Arbitration in Islam Renter Rights 
Prohibition of Smoking in Islam Crescent Sighting KL 08

A Treatise on Rights

Muta-Temp Marriage |Article -S A Rizvi  | Qazvini Video
Family Planning Islamic rulings medical issues Organ Donation |   Cloning  Medical Ethics Shomali
Abortion Wali-e-Faqih Hukum & Fatwa Shaking hands with women
Freedom Weapons of Mass Destruction  Silence Apostasy
Cursing /laan Satan Chess Haram  
I'tikaf Spiritual retreat Etiquettes of Greeting /Salam Beating a child -strict conditions  Child Custody in Islamic Jurisprudence
Jurisprudence articles from Rafed.net Islamic Seminary articles
Tehzibul Islam books-Etiquettes Allama Majlisi 
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Ilm Hikmat & Aql - Knowledge/wisdom/intelligence  Islamic legal laws-Balagh
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Shariah contains 5 kinds of rules:

1. WAJIB: The religious duties performance of which is rewarded and neglect of which is punishable are classified as WAJIB.

2. HARAM : Deeds, doing of which is sinful and punishable and abstinence from them rewardable, are termed as HARAM.

3. MUSTAHAB OR SUNNAT: Such of the rites performance of which is rewardable but their commission is not punishable are termed as SUNNAT.

4. MAKROOH; Those deeds, abstinence from which is rewarded, but committing them is not sinful are termed as MAKROOH.

5. MUBAH : Those deeds which are allowed by the Sheriat, but there is neither reward nor punishment for doing or neglecting them, are called MUBAH.

A Muslim is at liberty to ignore the rule (3) and (4) even without any excuse. But he cannot tamper with a Wajib or Haram