“Markaziy Osiyolik olimlarning Islom tadqiqotchiligi va Islom huquqi (Hanafiya mazhabi) rivojiga qo`shgan hissasi” mavzusida ochiq leksiya
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2018-yil 11-iyun kuni Buyuk Britaniyaning Oxford universitetidagi Islom tadqiqotchiligi bo`yicha Oxford markazida JIDUning “Xalqaro huquq va inson huquqlari” va UNESCO kafedrasi dotsenti, Xaydarali Yunusovning “Markaziy Osiyolik olimlarning Islom tadqiqotchiligi va Islom huquqi (Hanafiya mazhabi) rivojiga qo`shgan hissasi” mavzusida ochiq leksiyasi bo`lib o`tdi. Savol-javob (seminar) shaklida tashkil etilgan mazkur tadbir Markazning mashhur “Buxoro” zalida tashkil etildi. O`tkir mulohazalarga chorlovchi ushbu tadbirda dunyoning turli burchaklaridan kelgan soha mutaxassislari, professor-o`qituvchilar, tadqiqotchilar va talabalar ishtirok etdi. Tadbirni yakuniy savol-javob qismida Markaziy Osiyolik olim va ulamolarning Islom tadqiqotchiligi sohasidagi kashfiyotchilik, tafsir-sharh berish, norma-ijodkorlik sohasida va umuman, ilmiy salohiyatni yuksaltirishga qo`shgan hissalari hamda mazkur ishlanmalarni bugungi kun amaliyotiga tatbiq etish masalalari munozara etildi.
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For Central Asia and, particularly, Uzbekistan is frequently referred to as “Homeland or grew-up place of Islamic sciences and civilization”. Our ancestors highly proved it. The name of more than 2,700 scholars and ulama originated from Central Asia were mentioned in the different Arabic sources. Of course, on the top of list is always the name of Imam Bukhari and Imam at-Termizi. Needless to repeat that Hadiths of Bukhari is considered to be the most important source after Qur’an but majority don’t know what the strength of the Sahihi Bukhari resides in? Ibn Sina, known as “Avicenna” in the West, enormously contributed to the development of medical sciences with “al-Qanun fi-t-Tibb”. His book was reprinted in Rome as late as 1593, was used at Lӧwen University for 600 years, until 1650, and Thomas Aquinas quoted Ibn Sina more than 400 times. Al-Farabi, called as the “Second teacher”, immensely contributed to the development of the Islamic philosophy. “Al-Hidayah” of Imam Burkhaniddin Marghinani has been the most popular book in the entire Islamic legal literature. American jurist-scholar Roscoe Pound says that “Al-Hidayah” is the beginning of the case study method of studying law”. He completed the book in thirteen (13) years. Throughout this period he continued to fast!!! Abu Rayhan al-Biruni discovered Amerika long before Turkish sailors and Christopher Columbus theorizing the existence of a landmass along the ocean between Asia and Europe in his “Codex Masudicus” (1037); He was given the title “founder of Indology” for his remarkable description of India in early 11th-century in his “Kitab al-Hind”. He is also regarded as the “father of geodesy” for his important contributions to that field; and, finally, Uzbekistan is, apparently, the Homeland of International Law thanks to formidable scholar Muhammad ibn Ahmad Sarakhsi, so-called as Hugo Grotius of the Muslims who by interpreting Shaybani`s book Kitab al-Siyar al-Kabir through application of juristic preference doctrine, sets forth the Siyar (International Law) as an autonomous and legitimate discipline within the framework of shari`a law (by Husain Kassim, 1939; and Hans Kruse, 1955).