Comparisons between conflicting interests aim to identify the closest to Islamic law, the most right and the most beneficial to mankind. Consequently, examination of the nature of conflicting interests to ensure a precise comparison between them undoubtedly requires a full knowledge of Islamic law and rules.
It is evidently true that this comparison is a complete law with coordinative rules in Islamic Law, providing guidance to Muslims in identifying the right and avoiding scoliosis and doubt.
These studies aims to reveal some of the characteristics of above law, focusing on the most important coordinative rules emanating from the nature and heart of legislation, and are applicable on all branching and sub-branching rules.
Al Salahin, Abdel-Majid
"Rules on Comparison Between Conflicting Interests,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2005:
24, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2005/iss24/1