Abu Hanifah


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Abu Hanifah

(ˈæbuː hæˈniːfə)
n
(Biography) 700–67 ad, Muslim theologian and teacher of jurisprudence
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Logenthiran, Corporal Mohd Farid Zakaria, Lance-Corporal Idris Ismail, and Lance-Corporal Mohamed Shah Rizal Abu Hanifah.
This movement was headed by Imam Abu Hanifah, Imam Shafai, Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal and Imam Malik.
This Fiqh is attributed to Imam Abu Hanifah and therefore is called Hanafi.
Imam Malik and Imam Ahmad (in one of his two narrations) said: It is enough to intent to fast the whole month (of Ramadan) in the first night of it, while Imam Abu Hanifah said: Fasting the month of Ramadan is valid if one intent to fast in any time of the day before the declination of the sun from the meridian.
If such is done, the Dhabeehah becomes Haram according to Abu Hanifah, Shafiee and Ibn Hanbal.
It was not approved of by any of the Imams of the Muslims, not Malik, not ath-Thawri, not Al-Layth ibn Sa'ad, not Abu Hanifah, not Al-Awza'i, not Al-Shafi'i, not Ahmad ibn Hanbal, not Ishaq ibn Rahwayh, not any of the Imams and scholars of the Muslims." (Al-Fatawa Al-Kubra by Ibn Taymiyyah) Ibn Al-Haj (may Allah have mercy on him) mentioned that one of the bidah on 'Ashura' was deliberately paying zakat on this day, late or early, or slaughtering a chicken just for this occasion, or in the case of women, using henna.
When Harun Al Rashid, for example, suggested that Malek Ibn Anas should debate with Abu Yousuf, then a brilliant pupil of Imam Abu Hanifah, he replied: "Knowledge [aACAyIlm] is not something over which contests ensue, in the likeness of contests between animals or roosters." According to one analyst, the aACAyalim believed that "debates took away the light of knowledge in the hearts, hardened them and planted hatred".
Most scholars Co including Abu Hanifah and Malik Co agree that though the son or heir cannot fast on the deceased's behalf, he can feed one person a day for each day missed.
According to Imam Abu Hanifah, nasab take place within merely lawful aqad nikah even though the husband and wife do not meet each other completely (dukhul).
The source pointed out that the three bridges leading to Adhamiya area has been fully sealed off so all vehicles and people were obstructed from crossing from the western coast of Baghdad /Karkh/ to pray in the Mosque of Abu Hanifah al-Nu'man.
Out of the four imams, Imam Abu Hanifah has ruled that if the measurement system (volumetric or in compounds) is the same and the two items are in the same category, then they should be sold in the same amount and direct not in credit otherwise interest will be found.