term for the legal opinion or learned interpretation that a qualified jurist or mufti can give on issues pertaining to the Islamic law
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A fatwa (Arabic: فتوى‎; plural fatāwa), is a legal pronouncement in Islam. A mufti (a scholar capable of making judgments on Sharia (Islamic law)) pronounces it. Usually a fatwa is made to clarify a question where "fiqh" (Islamic jurisprudence) is unclear. Usually a judge or other person requests it.

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