Secretly taking some valuable property from a secure place where property is usually hidden.
"Hisbah": amount, origin. It is derived from "nasb", which means: erecting, raising.
"Juhūd": denial, rejection. Opposite: acknowledgment. Original meaning: scarcity of anything.
"Ghasb": openly taking something unjustly and by force.
"Ightisāb": taking something in an oppressive and unjust manner and by force. It is derived from "ghasb", which means: compulsion.
Consuming what is forbidden by the Shariah, whether by eating, wearing, riding, or otherwise.
Interests that are necessary for the establishment of the religion and life, such that if all or some of them are missing, life is ruined or disturbed.
Waiving the corporal penalty for a valid reason.
Someone who steals the property of another with force and harm, whether this is done secretly or openly.
Taking someone else’s property openly, forcibly, and without giving him anything in return.
The joint connecting the forearm with the hand.
Seizing something swiftly in plain sight and running away with it.
Firmly closing a door or so to prevent it from being opened.
Treating the place where an organ was cut off to stop the bleeding.
A molten piece of gold or silver molded into a certain shape.
Seizing something publicly by force.
Snatching something in the presence of its owner while he is inattentive and running away with it.
Anything liable to be separated from the whole.