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Some parts of sharia are similar to what people in the West call "law", while other parts are better understood as rules for living life in accordance with God's will.
There are several schools of legal thought in Islam, of which the most important are the Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi'i and Hanbali schools of Sunni Islam and the Ja'fari school of Shia Islam.
Christians and Jews in the Middle East have used it to describe their own religion.
In Arabic, the word sharīʿah refers to God's revelation, which does not change.
Modern countries in the Muslim world all have their own laws.
In most of them only a small part of the legal system is based on classical sharia.
On the other hand, its interpretation, called fiqh, is the work of legal scholars, who have frequently differed in their legal opinions.Scholars disagree about the origins of the word "sharia".Some say that "sharia" comes from the old Arabic word meaning "pathway to be followed".Under sharia law, the Diyya compensation received by the victim or victim's family is in cash.Apostasy is punished by death unless the apostate agreed to return to Islam.
During the Islamic Golden Age, sharia was interpreted by experts in Islamic law (muftis), most of whom were independent religious scholars.