FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR
RECRUITMENT TO POSTS .IN BS-17
UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, 2000
MUSLIM LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE
TIME ALLOWED:.3 HOURS MAXIMUM MARKS: 100
NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, including Question No.8 which is Compulsory. All questions carry equal marks.
- Write, an essay on “the jurisdiction the prophet (P.B.U.H) exercised was both regal and sacerdotal, for he was deemed to be the interpreter of God’s will upon earth”.
Discuss the supreme importance of Holy Quran as a primary source of Muslim Law.
Shariat is a complete code of life. How far do you agree with this view? Discuss.
Discuss the objects for the creation of wakf. Can a wakf may be created in favour of donor’s family?
Explain if a bequest can be made to a child in the mother’s womb. Can a gift be so made? Also discuss the limitation, imposed on testamentary power and why you think such limits have been imposed?
What do you mean by de jure guardian of the property of a minor? State his power and distinguish him from a de facto guardian.
Discuss the functions of Arbitration council constituted under the various provisions of Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961.
- (A) Write only Yes/No in Answer Book. Don’t reproduce the question.
(1) Imam Abu Hanifa was born in Egypt.
(2) There are two kinds of evidence in Islamic Law.
(3) A Qazi can decide the case on the basis of his personal knowledge.
(4) According to Islamic Jurisprudence there are five kinds of murder.
(5) The third source of Islamic Jurisprudence is Qiyas.
(6) Imam Bukhari was born in 194 A.H. in Bukhara.
(7) A competent witness must be adult and sane person.
(8) Tazir means the punishment ordained in Quran.
(9) According to Hadith a false testimony is equal to ‘Shirk’ with Allah Almighty.
(10) A woman alone is a competent witness for murder.
(B) Write only correct answer in the Answer Book. Don’t reproduce the questions.
(11) Al-tarikhul-Kabir was written by:
(a) Amam Bukhari (b) Amam Muslim (c) Amam Malik
(12) Punishment of Rajim is for:
(a) Theft (b) False accusation (c) Adultery
(13) False charge of adultery is called:
(a) Rajim (b) Lian (c) Qazif
(14) Qisas means:
(a) Life for life (b) Blood money (c) To give pardon
(15) Who was known as Dar-ul-Higra:
(a) Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal, (b) Imam Yousaf (c) Imam Malik
(16) Al-Ghazali belonged to:
(a) Hanbli school of law (b) Shafi school of law (c) Hanfi school of law
(17) The term Fiqa used in the literal sense means:
(a) Law (b) Understanding (c) People’s opinion
(18) Istihsan means:
(a) Preference of stronger evidence over analogy. (b) Preference over Ijtihad (c) Preference over Qiyas.
(19) Diyat means:
(a) Blood money (b) Debt (c) Common Liability
(20) Mubah means:
(a) Permissible (b) Abominable (c) Recommended