Islam is the complete code of life. It gives guidance in all walk of life. Under Islamic law the term law includes the moral law and legal enactments. According to Islam ultimate source of any authority is God alone.
Sources of Islamic law
Quran is the first and primary source of law. Quran is not a legal code in the modern sense. The legislative part of Quran is the model illustration for future legislation and does not constituted a legal code by itself.
As primary source of law Quran has vital importance. It lays down a way of life which regulates the relationship of man with man and his relationship with God. The law of inheritance, marriage, divorce, theft, adultery and provisions of war and peace are meant for regulating the ties of man with the fellow beings.
Second source of Islamic law is Sunnah. The Sunnah is closely linked with the Quran. It comprises of:
All words counsels of the Prophet (S.A.W.W)
Actions, words and daily practices of the hold prophet (S.A.W.W).
Silence implying a tacit approbation his part of any individual act committed by the disciplines.