Abu Hanifa


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A•bu Ha•ni•fa

(ɑˌbu hæˈni fə)
n.
A.D. 699–767, Islamic scholar: founder of one of the four schools of Islamic law.
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His funeral prayers were offered in Masjid Abu Hanifa in Gulshan-i-Iqbal on Sunday afternoon before his burial in Paposh Nagar graveyard.
Companions of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and great scholars, sufis and leaders like Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Shafi, Imam Ahmad bin Hambal, Imam Malik and Imam Ibn-e-Taymiyyah led the movement with the passage of time.
It said Al Ahnaf Bin Qais Independent Preparatory School and Abu Hanifa Elementary School for Boys were allocated to provide guidance.
A small sect, followers of Abu Hanifa, practices Triple Talaq.
Dr Mohammad Yousuf Goraya in his book 'Ijtihad or Ilhad' wrote that 'there is no concept of absentee landlordism in Islam', and had referred to Ijtihad of Imam Abu Hanifa declaring the tenancy system against the tenets of Islam.
'Imam Abu Hanifa used to finish reading of Quran 61 times during the holy month of Ramadan' said the minister saying Quran and Ramadan has special connection with each other.
Amongst the grade 1 age group, Simaisma Primary Independent School emerged as overall winners, with Abu Hanifa school coming second and Arab International school coming third.
DHABEJI -- The annual certificate distribution ceremony was held at the Madarsa Imam-e-Azam Abu Hanifa on Thursday.
After that, we visited and prayed at the shrine of Imam Abu Hanifa and recorded our comments there.
he criticizes the Faqy1/2hs (Islamic Jurists) of Islam like Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Malek, Imam Al-Shafi'i, and Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal...how he accuses those people (imams) of lying...
Abu Hanifa and scholars of the Maliki and Shafi'i schools accepted women's uncorroborated testimony about an infants live birth only insofar as it affected the dead child's burial rituals, not in order to allocate material benefits such as bequests.