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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Imam Abu Hanifa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Imam Abu Hanifa Númān ibn Thābit(699 - 765) was an important Islamic scholar and jurist and is considered the founder of the Hanafi school of fiqh.
Imam Abu Hanifa was born in Kufa, Iraq in 699.
Abu Hanifa's early education was achieved through madrassahs and it is here that he learned the Qur'an and Hadith, and he did exceptionally well.
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 Imam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In this meaning the imam is not required to be a cleric.
Or the Imams of the sciences related to Hadith such as Imam Bukhari, Imam Muslim, Imam Abu Dawood [1].
The Imam in the Sunni sect of Islam is the leader of prayers; the sermon is most often given by the Sheikh.
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 Imam Abu Hanifa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Imam Abu Hanifa (699 - 765) was animportant Islamic scholar and jurist andis considered the founder of the Hanifi school of fiqh.
Abu Hanifa'searly education was achieved through madrassahs and it is here that he learnedthe Quran and Hadith, and he did exceptionallywell.
Imam Abu Hanifa studied Fiqh from Hammad ibn AbiSulayman and was eventually his successer in teaching Fiqh.
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 ipedia.com: Imam Abu Hanifa Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Imam Abu Hanifa was an important Islamic scholar and jurist and is considered the founder of the Hanifi school of fiqh.
Imam Abu Hanifa (699 - 765) was an important Islamic scholar and jurist and is considered the founder of the Hanifi school of fiqh.
Imam Abu Hanifa studied Fiqh from Hammad ibn Abi Sulayman and was eventually his successer in teaching Fiqh.
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 The Four Imams: Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Malik, Imam Shafi'ee, Imam Ahmad ibn Hambal
When Abu Hanifa learnt of this, he was greatly distressed because he had no means of the refunding the customers; so he immediately ordered the entire proceeds of the sale (30,000 Dirhams) to be given in charity.
Imam Abu Hanifa (ra) was the 1st of the Imams to advocate the use of "reason" in the consideration of religious questions based on the Qur'an and Sunnah.
Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Idrees Shafi'ee (ra) was a descendant from the Quraish tribe.
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 Profile: Imam Abu Hanifa (Numan ibn Thabit)
Imam Abu Hanifa was a descendant of a Persian notable, he was born in Kufa in 80 (698 A.D.).
Abu Hanifa is quoted by many souces as having said "If it was not for those two years [I spent with Ja'afar as-Sadiq] Numan [Abu Hanifah] would have perished" : law laahu sanataan la halaka'n nu'man.
Imam Abu Hanifa was the first to compile and classify the Fiqh science, he collected information for each branch of knowledge.
www.islamawareness.net /Madhab/Hanafi/abu_hanifa.html   (866 words)

  
 Imaam Abu Hanifa - the Great Exponent of Hadith and Fiqh
Imam Abu Hanifah (Rahmatullah alaih) is the name familiar to all Muslims of the Sunni sect.
According to narration Imam Abu Hanifah (RA) was a person of medium height, but his face was very beautiful, his conversation with others was very polite and contained a high degree of humility.
One scholar of his time 'Nakhaee' said that Imam Abu Hanifah (RA) was person who did not talk much and it appeared that he was always thinking about something, a man of pensive mood, and this was a sure sign of his involvement in matters of thinking about 'Deen'.
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 Imam-ul-A’zam Abu Hanifa, The Theologian
Reported from Abu Hanifa, said, "I was born in the year eighty, and Abdullah ibn Anis came to Kufa in the year ninety-four, and I heard from him while I was fourteen years old.
This, considering the birth date of Abu Hanifa in the year 80 A.H., but if his birth date was in the year 61 A.H., or in the year 70 A.H., as in the reports of Ibn Zawad and Ibn Hayyan, the possibility of his seeing of the Sahaba would be bigger.
Abu al-Qasim ibn Abi al-`Awam expanded on clarifying who was comtemporary of him relying on the first report in his book Fazail Abi Hanifa wa Ashabih (The Virtues of Abu Hanifa and His Followers).
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 ShaikhSiddiqui Hanafi
Abu Hanifah belonged to the period of the successors (tabiin)of the Sahabah (the companions of the Prophet).
Abu Hanifa's interpretation of Muslim law was extremely tolerant of differences within Muslim communities.
Notwithstanding their common heritage from Imam Abu Hanifah, the scholars belonging to the Hanafi madhhabin South Asia are divided in the Barelvi and the Deobandi school, and these two schools have different attitude toward Wahhabism.
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 AL-IMAM AL-AZAM ABU HANIFA
Abu Sad Muhammad ibn Mansur al-Harizmi (rahmat-Allahi ta'ala 'alaih), one of the viziers of Malikshah (447-485 A.H., the third Saljuqi Sultan and the son of Sultan Alparslan), had a wonderful dome built over his grave.
Abu Hanifa (rahmat-Allahi ta'ala 'alaih) was the first who compiled and classified 'ilm al-fiqh, and he gathered information for each branch of knowledge.
Abu Hanifa is the leader of the 'ulama'." 'Ali ibn Asim said, "If Abu Hanifa's knowledge were to be measured with the total knowledge of all the 'ulama' contemporary with him, Abu Hanifa's knowledge would prove to be greater." Yazid ibn Harun said, "I studied under a thousand 'ulama'.
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 Imam Abu Hanifa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Imam Abu Hanifa (699 - 765) was an important Islamic scholar and jurist and is considered the of the Hanifi school of fiqh.
Abu Hanifa's early education was achieved madrassahs and it is here that he the Quran and Hadith and he did exceptionally well.
Imam Abu Hanifa was probably the most of the four great Imams of fiqh.
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 Imam Jafer Sadiq, Imam Ja'far ibn-Muhammad, Twelvers (Ithna Ashari), Jaafar, Abu Hanifa
Abu Hanifa eloquently declared that if such men would build a Masjid and command him to the simple task of counting the bricks, he would not do it, "for they are dissolute (Fasiq) and the dissolute are not worthy of the authority of leadership (Majlisi,Tarikhul Aiemma).
Abu Hanifa's remarks were based on the Verse in the Qur'an (Surah II,V 118) where God said to Abraham," I am about to make thee an Imam to mankind", and Abraham asked, "of my offspring also", but God answered, "My covenant embraceth not the idolaters".
Imam Ja'afar Sadiq (AS) was buried in the cemetery of Baqi in Madina by the side of his father Imam Muhammad Baqir (AS).
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 Imam Abu Hanifah -- Life and Work
One another occasion, while the Imam was lecturing, a young man who was not a regular pupil of his, put a question to him and on hearing the answer said, 'Abu Hanifah, your answer is wrong.
On being informed that Imam Abu Hanifah was coming to see him, he sent a number of his courtiers to receive him, with orders that he should be escorted on horseback right up to the courtyard of the governor's house.
The Imam lost his father before he had come of age, but his mother lived for a long time, and the Imam looked after her with great affection and regard.
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 Abu Hanifa
Abu Hanifa is the first in Islam to organize the writing of fiqh under sub-headings embracing the whole of the Law, beginning with purity (tahara) followed by prayer (sala), an order which was retained by all subsequent scholars such as Malik, Shafi`i, Abu Dawud, Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmidhi, and others.
Al-Khatib narrated from Abu Hanifa's student Abu Nu`aym that the latter said: "Muslims should make du`a to Allah on behalf of Abu Hanifa in their prayers, because the Sunan and the fiqh were preserved for them through him.
Abu Hanifa was scrupulously pious and refused Ibn Hubayra's offer of a judgeship even when the latter had him whipped.
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 Abu Hanifah
In this respect love of Abu Hanifa and his Madhhab is love and mercy for the Umma of Sayyidina Muhammad sallAllahu `alayhi wa Alihi wasallam.
Imam Abu Mansur al-Maturidi and Shah Muhammad Naqshband, Allah be well-pleased with them.
In fact, the one most-followed School among the major Imams of Hadith that were the teachers or peers of al-Shafi`i, Ahmad, and al-Bukhari, was apparently the Hanafi School.
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 Imam A'zam Abu Hanifa (80 A.H. - 150 A.H.) - YaNabi.com
Imam A'zam Abu Hanifa (radi Allahu anhu) was first brought up as a trader, but soon started taking deep interest in Islamic learning.
Imam A'zam Abu Hanifa (radi Allahu anhu) had so much of Taqwa (Piety) that for 30 years he fasted every day (except for the 5 forbidden days).
Imam A'zam Abu Hanifa (radi Allahu anhu) once said: "I laughed once in my life and I regret it." He talked little and thought much.
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 Abu Hanifa an-Nu'man   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
An-Núman ibn Thabit (Arabic: النعمان بن ثابت‎‎) also know as Imam Abu Hanifa (Arabic: أبو حنيفة‎‎) (699 - 765) was one of the most important Islamic scholars, jurist and the founder of the Hanafi school of fiqh.
Abu Hanifa was also one of the Tabi'een, the generation after the Sahaba, because he saw the Sahabi Anas ibn Malik, and transmitted hadiths from him and other Sahaba.
When Abu Hanifa learned this, he was greatly distressed because he had no means of returning the money to the customers.
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 Imam Abu Hanifa
Known as the great Imam and the founder of the Hanafi School of Jurisprudence, Imam Abu Hanifah is a well known personality in Islamic History.
The first of the four Imams, the majority of the worlds Muslims today follow his school of thought in acts of worship and day-to-day living.
Abu Musayb was born in UK and graduated from Birmingham University.
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 IslamiCity Forum: Imam Abu Hanifa
He was the most respected imam and qaadi at the time in that place.
When the ruler found out the imam went to the jail, he asked for the reason and was told that the imam was concerned about his neighbor who had been arrested.
The neighbor then asked Abu Hanifa why he did that, and he replied, "Because you have a right upon me as a neighbor, and I have not been neglectful of that." That was the reason that the neighbor made tauba to Allah subhâna wa ta'âla [that is: embraced islam].
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 HizmetBooks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Al-Hafiz al-kabir Abu Bakr Ahmad al-Harizmi wrote in his book Musnad, "Saif al-aimma reports that when al-Imam al-azam Abu Hanifa derived a matter from Qur'an al-karim and Hadith ash-Sharif, he would propound it to his masters.
Al-Imam al-azam Abu Hanifa's transmitting only a few hadiths because of his circumspection and taqwa could only be a good reason for praising and lauding him."[32]
Because 'Ali (radi-Allahu 'anh) had said, "It is permissible to have a personal allowance of up to four thousand dirhams," he distributed to the poor what was more than four thousand dirhams of his earnings.
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 Imam Abu Hanifa's Restraint   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The example that best represents Imam Abu Hanifa's restraint is when a layman came to Abu Hanifa and asked him a question regarding a fatwa of Hasan Al Basri.
Abu Hanifa stated, “Hasan erred.” So the man said to Abu Hanifa, “You say that Hasan erred, son of a *****.”
Abu Hanifa did not redden or get upset.
www.sunnah.org /history/Scholars/abu_hanifas_restraint.htm   (85 words)

  
 The Imam Abu Hanifa site.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Without any doubt, Imam Abu Hanifah is one of the greatest Imams in the history of al-Islam.
Refuting the Najdi Claim that Imam Abu Hanifah made takfeer of the Holy Nabi's (Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam) Parents.
Excerpts from Imam Abu Hanifah, His Life and Woks.
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 Al-Nu`man ibn Thabit al-Taymi, al-Imam Abu Hanifa
Ibrahim ibn Rustum al-Marwazi said: "Four are the Imams that recited the entire Qur’an in a single rak`a: `Uthman ibn `Affan, Tamim al-Dari, Sa`id ibn Jubayr, and Abu Hanifa." Ibn al-Mubarak said: "Abu Hanifa for a long time would pray all five prayers with a single ablution."
The Prophet said: "Your life in comparison to the lifetime of past nations is like the period between the time of the mid-afternoon prayer (‘asr) and sunset.
Dhahabi, Manaqib Abi Hanifa 22-36 and Tabaqat al-Huffaz 1:168;
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 Albalagh Islamic Bookstore (History & Biography -> Imam Abu Hanifa Rahimahullah)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Albalagh Islamic Bookstore (History & Biography -> Imam Abu Hanifa Rahimahullah)
The English translation was done by Madrasah Arabia Islamia, South Africa.
The book discusses the life of Imam Abu Hanifa rahmatullah alayhi, his vast knowledge, his extreme piety and noble character, his wit and wisdom, features that distinguish him from the other Aimma-e-Mujtahideen, and responses to some accusations levelled against him.
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 Faqir Publications - Publishers of Islamic Texts
A Question Posed to Imam Abu Hanifa (ra)
Members of the Council of Imam Abu Hanifa (ra)
The Imam of the Scholars of Hadith and Fiqh
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