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International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS) |Volume VI, Issue X, October 2022|ISSN 2454-6186

Covid 19 as A Pandemic and A Global Disease: An Over View of Islamic Juristprudence Analysis

Abdullahi Hassan1,  Dr. Aliyu Umar Pariya2
1Islamic Studies Department F. C. E. Yola, Nigeria
2Arabic Dept. Adamawa State College of Education, Hong, Nigeria

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Abstract: This work is targeting pandemic in the Islamic perspective as its objectives. Since this religion is a complete way of life. Qur’anic injunctions on pandemic were outlined with Prophetic traditions. Jurisprudential approach of scholars were explained. The method used in the research was a library one combined with observations and field experience. Many victims of the disease have been recorded in Federal Medical Centre Yola and the like. The findings of the study are: The pandemic in itself is not a new thing in Islam because since the first century of the divine religion it had occurred; therefore the religion of Islam offered solutions to such pandemic. The study also field that Muslims should go back to the status co, they should not change the disease to be a political one. The disease exists in the western countries yet they welcome soccer to take place with thousands of attendees while hajj operations of 2020 and 2021 were drastically minimized to a negligible number (to Saudi Arabians only). Some Recommendations and conclusion were made. So, if our society can implement them, they may lead to a successful living with pandemic.


A man cannot live in this world without being tested by Allah (SWT) with some things from time to time. Nevertheless, whatever is befalling him let him turn to Allah (SWT) for its removal. Pandemic is not exclusive, Allah (SWT) is always ready to address the needs of his servants. Corona virus also will be over Insha Allah if its creator’s intervention is sought for. As so many viruses before came to an extinction. Every beginning will have an end one day.
Quranic Injunctions
Allah (SWT) is encouraging the Muslims to avoid destroying themselves. For instance, in suratul-baqara (2:195), He says “And spend of your substance in the cause of Allah, and make not your own hands contribute to your destruction, but do good for Allah loves those who do good”. This is a clear injunction that signifies Muslims to keep away from anything that may lead to their destructions. Also Allah (SWT) says in suratul-Araf (7:31) “O children of Adam! Wear your beautiful apparel at every time and place of prayer: eat and drink: But waste not by excess, for Allah loves not the wasters. This is clearly emphasizing to the sons of Adam (AS) that they should not waste their properties, be it food, drink, health etc. This is because the Almighty Allah does not love does who are wasters.