Fiqh

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Fiqh or Islamic jurisprudence (Arabic: فقه) is an expansion of Sharia law and is meant to be used with fatwas by Islamic clerics (known as 'Ulema' in Arabic) to help Muslims not break Sharia law. Fiqh is a section of Islamic law which deals with acts of Muslim, that includes both worship and daily life actions. In Sunni Islam there are four main schools of thought, they are:

The different schools of thought are not different beliefs but different views .

In Shia Islam there is one main school of thought, it is called Jaferi