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Due to lack of time available from the Ulamaa in the UK, we are unable to continue with this service. The section will however remain available as an archive of previously answered question. A support section on the forum where members can assist in locating available answers from Ulamaa. Hanafis have no isnads in their fiqh books to Imam Abu Hanifa. He claimed that the Hanafi Fiqh books are written 4 or 5 centuries after the deaths of Imam Abu Hanifa and his 2 students Imam Abu Yusuf and Imam Muhammad. Please mention the date of each book.

His unprinted books were Mabsoot, Fataawa and Sharah of Adab al-Qadhi of Imam Abu Yusuf. It should be noted that all the Hanafi Fiqh Masa’il were preserved through memory similar to how the Quran and Ahadith were preserved. And Only Allah Ta’ala Knows Best. The views expressed by the guest scholars are based on academic understanding and research. Abu Hanifah was a result of this dua.

If the Religion were at the Pleiades, even then a person from Persia would have taken hold of it, or one amongst the Persian descent would surely have found it. Salman and then said:”Even if faith were near the Pleiades, a man from amongst these would surely find it. It has been communicated unanimously that this hadith refers to Imam Abu Hanifah. Due to the presence of these venerable people who had engendered so much interest in hadith and riwayat that practically every house in Kufa had become a center of these disciples and their disciplines. At first, Imam Abu Hanifah was not a student of knowledge. Abu Hanifah was called in by the shaykh who mistook him for a student. Where are you going young man?

Abu Hanifah named the merchant he was going to see. I meant to ask,” asked Sha’bi, “Whose classes you attend? I see signs of intelligence in you,” began Sha’bi,”you should sit in the company of learned men. It was after this encounter that the young Imam began his quest for knowledge. Imam Abu Hanifah acquired knowledge from over four thousand people. Shu’ba, a leading muhaddith who knew-by-heart two thousand traditions was also a teacher of Imam Abu Hanifah. Shu’ba was greatly attached to Imam Abu Hanifah saying: “Just as I know that the sun is bright, I know that learning and Abu Hanifah are doubles of each other.

The Imam’s quest for knowledge inevitably took him to the Holy Sanctuaries, at a time when Makkah was a busy center for learning. Why do people come to me when `Ata ibn Abi Rabah is there for them to go to? Of the other Muhaddithin of Makkah whose classes the Imam attended was `Ikrimah. He was the slave and pupil of Abdullah ibn `Abbas, who educated him with great care and attention, making him so proficient that he, during his own lifetime gave Imam Abu Hanifah the authority to exercise personal judgement and rulings. Saif al-Aimma’ reports that when Imam Abu Hanifah derived a matter from the Qur’an and Hadith, he would not give the answer to the inquirer unless all of them confirmed it. One thousand of Abu Hanifah’s disciples attended all his classes when he taught in the Mosque of Kufa City. Then he would tell them to write it down.

I never heard that anyone had weakened him. No less than Shu’ba wrote to him , and ordered him to narrate hadith. Al-Mizzi in”Tahdhib al-Kamal” names about one hundred names of those who narrated from Imam Abu Hanifah. All men of fiqh are Abu Hanifah’s children” and”I would not have acquired anything of knowledge had it not been for my teacher. All men of knowledge are children of the ulema of Iraq, who were the disciples of the ulema of Kufa, and they were the disciples of Abu Hanifah. The Hanafi madhhab, entitled after the Imam, spread far-and-wide during the time of the Ottoman Empire.

Today, more than half of the Muslims on the earth perform their `ibabadah according to the Hanafi madhhab. The Hanafi school has decided court cases in the majority of Islamic lands for the greater part of Islamic history, including the `Abbasid and Ottoman periods. Not only was Imam Abu Hanifah’s extraordinary mind and knowledge something to be admired, but so too was his exemplary character and piety. He was given the title of”The `Peg'” by some, for his continuous standing in prayer, often reciting the entire Qur’an in his nightly rakahs. It is reported that he had recited the whole Qur’an seven thousand times in the place where he died.

He gave much to charity and every Friday he would distribute twenty gold coins to the poor for his parents’ souls. H, Abu Hanifah was sent to prison by Mansur, the leader at the time, after the Imam’s refusal to state that Mansur was the rightful khalifa, as well as refusing the position of presidency of the Supreme Court in recompense. While in prison, Imam Abu Hanifah was thrashed with a stick. Mansur repented and sent the Imam money, only to be refused again. By now, Imam Abu Hanifah had become well-known and thousands flocked to meet and seek his opinion wherever he went. His imprisonment far from reduced his popularity, and Mansur realized that he would have to treat the Imam carefully, thus he allowed him to teach while still in prison.

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