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    characters Abu Hanifah Abu Hanifah [Pdf/E–book] Muhammad Akram Nadwi Ò 3 summary This is an excellent introduction to the life of Imam Abū Ḥanīfah Nu'mān ibn Thābit d150767 one of the greatest pioneers of Islamic jurisprudence The author Mohammad Akram Nadwi investigates why and how the Imam came to be known by the title `al imām al a'ẓam' meaning the `the greatest one worthy to be followed' The reason he decided to produce this work is due to the time in which we live where people Muslim and non Mu

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review Abu Hanifah 103 Ical distinctiveness Islamic HorizonsAbu Hanifah Nu'man ibn Thabit was one of the greatest pioneers in the history of Islamic Law p. Abu Hanifa banyak dikritik sebagai ulama yang mengedepankan rasionalitas ketimbang dalil buku ini memaparkan bagaimana beliau melakukan pendekatan fih Sangat mencerahkan Ternyata ulama klasik tidak selalu identik dengan sikap literalis yang pokoknya dalilnya adalah dan beliau adalah orang pertama yang merumuskan ilmu fih menjadi disiplin ilmu yang terstruktur dan baku

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review Abu Hanifah 103 Articularly in legal reasoning The Hanafi Legal School that he founded has become the most widely followed among the world's Muslim. Nadwi does a fine job with this essay by seeking to alleviate common misconceptions from certain attitudinal divergent perspectives within the tradition although this is not all together the purpose of this work It s a useful book for those trying to get an overall breadth on the origins and general thoughts of the Hanafi madhhab as developed by Abu Hanifa and his two students Abu Yusuf and Muhammad Shaybani The uestion of following a madhhab is topical in today s post caliphate Muslim discussion The lack of general historical understanding of the formulation of Islamic thought that formed our colossal juristic tradition spanning through almost every form of peoples countries polities dynasties etc is a large part of the misconstrued notions towards adhering to a madhhab today Namely the concept of talid as a preventative and itijihad as a right for all has indubitably flipped the average Muslim head upside down leaving undue openings for nationalist opportunists and ignorant fools to rise to an artificial top and call themselves authorities Abu Hanifa was a pioneer in taking the the Shariah of a few hundred thousand Muslims developing a universal applicable framework for it and dispensing it to what would become millions of Muslims later on Today it stands as the largest madhhab with approximately 1 out of 5 Muslims as a Hanafi There must be that just the genius of Abu Hanifa here then

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review Abu Hanifah 103 Based on primary sources this studysurveys the evolution of Hanafi legal reasoning fih in the Islamic world and assesses its histor. This is an excellent introduction to the life of Imam Ab an fah Nu m n ibn Th bit d150767 one of the greatest pioneers of Islamic jurisprudence The author Mohammad Akram Nadwi investigates why and how the Imam came to be known by the title al im m al a am meaning the the greatest one worthy to be followed The reason he decided to produce this work is due to the time in which we live where people Muslim and non Muslim are calling for reform of Islamic ways of life Hence you find here an account of the life and legal method of Imam Ab an fah to portray a sense of what kind of Muslim one should look to as a trustworthy source for understanding adapting amending the legal foundations of an Islamic way of life pxi It is a study about the kind of man Imam Ab an fah was who he studied with where he studied how he lived his life his interactions with other people and his life in relation with God and the School which he helped developThe first chapter begins with the background to the earliest development of the law What are its sources How was it derived Why was it reuired How was it applied and implemented In a vast growing and culturally diverse religion which at the time was spreading rapidly through the world the law was an important factor in administering the rule of Islam for Muslims and non Muslims alike The first chapter offers a well written direct approach to this subject and you come away with a better perspective of the conditions of the time and the emergence and role of the scholars as jurists It is essential to grasp the origins of the development of the law to enable a better understanding of the life of Imam Ab an fah as well as other jurists of the time The book does a good job in giving you this insight though a detailed study is out of the uestion for a short work nonetheless the brief explanation is a fine prologue to the development and background of the timeThe second chapter focuses on the life of Imam Ab an fah his name his ancestry and his early education his training in fih his teachers and his relations with the state leading to his eventual imprisonment for refusing the post of judge and his death It is a good overview which takes in to account all the important milestones in his life The author closes the chapter by observing his livelihood and personal ualities The generosity and piety of Imam Ab an fah leaves you in awe of him There are not many men in whom you will find humbleness and patience to the extent in which you find them in Imam Ab an fah You can t help but admire not only his financial aid to the poor but his method in delivering this assistance ie on one occasion when visitors rose to take their leave he asked the poor from among them to stay on and after they had gone he asked them to lift the prayer mat where lay a purse containing a thousand dirhams There are many examples of the kindness of Imam Ab an fah and the credit he was to his people something we can all adapt in to our livesAside from his God wariness he was a blessed witty genius an intellectual mastermind and an exceptional jurist This is explored in the following chapters entitled his fih and his works and students The author gives you a uick outline of the origins of The Kufan School of Fih so that one can obtain an understanding of where the Kufan School which Imam Ab an fah inherited finds its primacy and source I m sure some are probably not aware that Companions settled in Kufah than in any other city except Makkah and Medinah It is reported that over one thousand Companions including twenty four from the Battle of Badr came to Kufah and settled there permanently The most influential especially in terms of developing fih were Abdull h ibn Mas d and Al ibn Ab lib men of the highest precedence in Islam Imam Ab an fah himself narrated hadith from an estimated three hundred teachers among many whom narrated directly from the Companions for example Amir al Sha bi d104 his oldest teacher met around five hundred CompanionsThe simplicity employed by the author makes it easy to follow the historical outline It is not detailed but that is its intention the balance for such a work in my opinion is perfect The majority of this chapter focuses on the method sources and principles of Imam Ab an fah in developing the fih of Kufah which eventually bore his name as the anaf School It is very well written though one ought to have some familiarity with the other leading scholars of the time M lik Layth ibn S d al Awz Sufy n al Thawr and others as well as those that came after him ash Shaf Ahmad ibn Hanb l al Bukh r and others though it isn t essential to know this to follow the authors comparisons it is beneficial for the historical context That aside I haven t come across a simplified summation of the method sources and rules of law utilised by Imam Ab an fah than in this workThe final chapter is entitled his achievement and his legacy The author provides an overview of the fih of Imam Ab an fah and then follows it with a really good historical narrative on the spread of the anaf School in the Islamic world and the development of the fih works of the School as well as its principles I found it very helpful The author brings this to a close by reminding the audience that to truly preserve the heritage it is important to remember the rulings by observing the purpose for which they were made ie in a custody ruling the purpose was the benefit of the child and not the ruling itself And since the benefit could lay with either parent depending on their circumstances it is necessary to be flexible and this does not endanger the authenticity of the legal heritage of Islam as this was the method and practice of Imam Ab an fah which he exercised within the framework of the ur an and Sunnah The author concludes by stating Ab an fah spent a lifetime schooling his heart and mind to interpret ur an and Sunnah in order to serve the needs of society of his time Reliable people have testified that he often spent his nights in prayer trembling for fear of God s displeasure That earned him the admiration of people and the title al im m al a am The Muslims debt to him whatever school of law they adhere to is incalculable p120Overall this is a fine book and makes for an excellent introduction to the erudite pious intellectual genius that is Imam Ab an fah The author has done a really good job in keeping the work interesting without compromising detail It is worth than a single read and is a good foundational text to the life of Imam Ab an fah If you want to learn about him I would suggest you start with this work The Prophet Muhammad all All hu alayhi wasallam said Scholars are the inheritors of the Prophets Related by Tirmidhi Abu Dawud Nasa i Ibn Maja Ahmad Ibn Hibban and others and this fact is reflected in Imam Ab an fah may God be pleased with him

  • Paperback
  • 160
  • Abu Hanifah
  • Muhammad Akram Nadwi
  • English
  • 14 August 2018
  • 9781847740175