- a person who has been certified as capable of interpreting religious law.
Origin of mujtahid
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Historical Examples of mujtahid
After them it is the orthodox belief that there has been no Mujtahid.
The orthodox belief is, that since the time of the four Imms there has been no Mujtahid who could do as they did.
He is no Mujtahid, for such there are not now amongst the Sunns, to which sect the Turks belong.
He loses the right of private judgment, for only a Mujtahid of the first class can dispute the decision of one of the Imms.
Patients for whom they have prescribed often consult the Mujtahid before taking the medicine.Modern Persia
Mooshie G. Daniel