Posts Tagged ‘madhhab’

The Differences in the Description of Prayer between the Salafī Scholars

Introduction

 For quite a while, very deceiving tactics have been utilised by the non-Madhhabīs (also known as Salafiyyah) over the past few decades to lure people into their sect. The most prominent of these tactics is to have the unsuspecting public thinking that having differences of opinion in…

25 Sep 9:30 PM 1 Read More...

Imam al-Ṭaḥāwī on combining two prayers

Jamʾ Bayn ‘l-Ṣalātayn
Combining Two Prayers
 
Ḥujjat ‘l-Islām Imām Abū Jaʾfar al-Ṭaḥāwī رحمه الله [d. 321 AH]  
Translated by Abu Humayd
Preface by Shaykh Dr. Abul Hasan Hussain Ahmed
 

Praise be to Allah that is due from all grateful believers, a fullness of…

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Is Taraweeh 8 or 20 rak’ats according to some Hanafi ‘Ulama or not?

Is Taraweeh 8 or 20 rak’ats according to some Hanafi ‘Ulama or not?
 

A refutation of Abdul Jalil Samrodi ‘al-Salafi’ and his  followers from the ‘Ahle Hadith’ sect on the Rak’ats of Taraweeh by the late Mufti Sayyid Abdur Rahim Lajpuri of India.

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27 Jun 11:00 AM 0 Read More...

Imam Abu Yusuf’s Powerful Memory & Profound Intellect

Translator’s Preface 

The following is an article on the memory of the Qadi, Imam Abu Yusuf Ya’qub ibn Ibrahim al-Ansari (d.182AH), the student of Imam Abu Hanifa (d.150AH). It is a translation of a chapter from Husn al-Taqadi fi Sirat Abi Yusuf al-Qadi…

31 Jan 6:00 PM 0 Read More...

Imam Abu Yusuf and His reliability in transmitting Hadith

1. Imam Abu Yusuf Ya’qub ibn Ibrahim al-Qadi’s Reliability in Narrating Hadith
Imam Abu Yusuf (113 – 182), the foremost student of Imam Abu Hanifah and the first chief judge in Muslim history, was also a hafiz of hadith as he is included in Imam al-Dhahabi’s…

23 Oct 11:00 AM 1 Read More...