Abu Hanifa


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Abu Hanifa

(äbo͞o` hänē`fä), 699–767, Muslim jurist. He founded the Hanafite system of Islamic jurisprudence, which gives the judge considerable discretion when the Qur'an and the Sunna (traditions) are inapplicable (see IslamIslam
, [Arab.,=submission to God], world religion founded by the Prophet Muhammad. Founded in the 7th cent., Islam is the youngest of the three monotheistic world religions (with Judaism and Christianity). An adherent to Islam is a Muslim [Arab.,=one who submits].
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But the scholars differed on the establishment of sanctions Ta'zir, sees the Imam Malik and Abu Hanifa, and Ahmad ibn Hanbal the president must establish penalties Ta'zir not leave unless the pardon is better than punishment, supports their opinion on the basis of the bug public interest and public order, and the Imam Shafei felt that the establishment of sanctions Ta'zir the right of the president, but it is not a chore, and the basis of that that amnesty for his crime and punishment, even if the duty of what it is to forgive.
Hundreds of protesters also gathered at Adhamiyah's Abu Hanifa mosque, despite a heavy security presence and soldiers barring would-be demonstrators from outside the district from taking part, an AFP journalist said.
He learned the Qur'an and Arabic language, attended classes on hadiths, and, when he was fourteen years old, began studying with Imam Abu Hanifa.
The participating schools were Mozah Bint Mohammed Primary School, Mozah Bint Mohammed Preparatory School, Abu Hanifa Model School, Abdulrahman Bin Jassim Preparatory School for Boys, Jassim Bin Hamad Secondary School for Boys, Al Wakra Secondary School for Boys, Nusseibeh Primary School for Girls, Abdullah Bin Turki School and Zubara Middle Secondary School for Boys.
ISLAMABAD -- Department of Law, Faculty of Shariah & Law of the International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI) is organizing two days training sessions separately for female and male students on "Human Rights and Refugee Rights" on September 26, m 2012 at Fatima Tuz Zahra Block of the Female Campus of the university and 27 September, 2012 at Imam Abu Hanifa Block, New Campus, Sector H-10, of the university respectively.
Islam in Perspective ABU TARIQ HIJAZI By Published: Updated: May 7, 2012 17:59 May 7, 2012 19:57 He was 13 years younger to Imam Abu Hanifa and 103 years elder to Imam Bukhari.
The former trend was represented by the Sunni jurists who succeeded Abu Hanifa Al-No'man, the founder of the science of Islamic jurisprudence.
The power-sharing deal "copies the old sectarian and ethnic distribution of power and this brings us to square one", said the top theologian at Abu Hanifa, a major Sunni mosque in Baghdad.
OUTRAGE Women hold copies of the Koran outside the Abu Hanifa mosque in Baghdad, Iraq, in protest
He also received here today Imam of Abu Hanifa Mosque in Tajikistan Dr Abdel-Jalal.
Traffic there navigates its way through the square by the ornate Sunni Abu Hanifa Mosque; shops enjoy brisk trade and Iraqi police officers sit calmly by their armoured car.
AoNear the venerated Abu Hanifa Mosque in the Baghdad neighborhood of Adhamiya, where leaflets in 2005 promising to Aowash the streetsAo with the blood of those who dared vote have given way to advertisements for satellite dishes, a religious instructor denounced the campaign as simple sectarian politics.