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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For this I want to tell you that the attack in Brussels is reaping what you had sown with your own hands," said Hicham Chaib, whose nom de guerre was given as Abu Hanifa al-Beljiki.
He said Iman Abu Hanifa and Jabar bin Hayan came from the same madrassas.
In a statement posted online, Daesh said the attack was carried out by a suicide bomber it identified as Abu Hanifa al-Hollandi.
Baghdad/ NINA /-- Imam and preacher of Abu Hanifa mosque in Adhamiya area , Sheikh Abdul Sattar Abdul Jabbar showed surprise of the participation of some governing parties in the popular demonstrations which are going on in Baghdad and mny other provinces .
Born in Lahore and brought up in Dubai, Imran began memorising the Quran at Imam Abu Hanifa Centre for Quranic Studies Dubai at the age of six and completed it when he was nine years old.
The Governor also followed-up the distribution of humanitarian aid for the families in Abu Hanifa al-Nua'man Mosque, asserting the necessity of delivering aid to those who are in need.
Mosques: Shaikh Ahmed bin Rash-- Al Ras, Al Taqwa -- Old Umm Al Quwain, Abu Hanifa -- Old Umm Al Quwain, Al Gheb -- Old Umm Al Quwain, Shaikh Zayed -- Al Madar, Al Sahab -- Al Hamra, Khalid bin Dhahi -- Industrial Area, Hamza bin Abdul Muttaleb -- Industrial Area, Al Noor -- Al Ramlah, Ali bin Abi Taleb -- Al Ramlah, Ahmed bin Hanbal -- Al Salma, Jaafar bin Abi Taleb -- Umm Al Thaoob, Aqeel bin Abi Taleb -- Muhazab, Saif Abdullah bin Darwish Al Ketby -- Kaber, Khalid bin Al Waleed -- Al Rashidiya, Abdullah bin Ahmed -- Falaj Al Mualla, Al Eman -- Falaj Al Mualla, Mifhas Al Qatah-- Al Salma.
Airstrikes on agricultural lands near Abu Hanifa mosque in Jabaliya, north of Gaza.
For Abu Hanifa, the founder of the Hanifi school of Islamic jurisprudence, it is forbidden to sell materials which can be used to produce weapons to those who are at war.
He first discusses the views of classical Islamic scholars, such as Abu Hanifa (the Hanafi law school is the main law school in the Indian Subcontinent), Malik (the Malaki law school is the main law school in North Africa), and Ibn Taymiyya, whose ideas have influenced the recent Islamist debate.
A car bomb in Adhamiyah, which struck near the massive Abu Hanifa mosque, killed at least seven people and wounded 22, while the twin bombings in Amriyah left four others dead.
Imam Abu Hanifa sees the combination, and the alienation of the adulterer is discretionary and not a punishment for adultery.