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Musnad Abi Hanifah : Arabic
Musnad Abi Hanifah : Arabic
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  • Authored by: Imam Abu Hanifa

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Details:  Musnad Abi Hanifah : Arabic, New,
*[A4] Hardback - 336 pages,
by Imam Abu Hanifah,
Riwayah by Abu Muhammad al-Harithi,
Edited by : Abu Muhammad al-Asyuti,
Published by : Dar al-Kotob al-Ilmiyyah, Lebanon.




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The Musnad al-Imam Abu Hanifah, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, actually isn't a book written by Imam Abu Hanifa, rather its a compilation of hadith by Abu Muhammad ibn Yaqub Harith al-Harithi. Al-Harithi collected in this book all the narrations he could find related to Imam Abu Hanifah and mentioned as a narrator of it, somewhere in the chain.



The Masanid narrated from Imam Abu Hanifah are sixteen and they are:

    ---[1]. Musnad al-Hafiz Abu Muhammad Abdullah bin Muhammad,
    ---[2]. Musnad al-Imam Abu'l-Qasim Talha,
    ---[3]. Musnad al-Hafiz Abul Hassan Muhammad bin al Muzaffar,
    ---[4]. Musnad al-Hafiz Abu Na'im Isfahani,
    ---[5]. Musnad al-Shaykh Abu Bakr al Ansari ,
    ---[6]. Musnad al-Imam Abu Ahmad al Bahrjani,
    ---[7]. Musnad al-Imam Amr bin Hassan,
    ---[8]. Musnad al-Abu Bakr al Kalaa'i,
    ---[9]. Musnad al-Imam Abu Yusuf,
    ---[10]. Musnad al-Imam Muhammad,
    ---[11]. Musnad al-Imam Hammad,
    ---[12]. Musnad al-Imam Abul Qasim al 'Adiy,
    ---[13]. Musnad al-Hafiz Abdullah Hunayn,
    ---[14]. Musnad al-Hasfaki - Mullah 'Ali al-Qari has written a commentary on this,
    ---[15]. Musnad al-Maawardi,
    ---[16]. Musnad al-Ibn Abd'al Bazzari al Matufi.





Al-Nu`man ibn Thabit al-Taymi, al-Imam Abu Hanifa
(d. 150), called "The Imam" by Abu Dawud, and "The Imam, one of those who have reached the sky" by Ibn Hajar, he is known in the Islamic world as "The Greatest Imam" (al-Imām al-A`zam) and his school has the largest number of followers among the four schools of Ahl al-Sunna. He is the first of the four mujtahid imams and the only Successor (tābi`i) among them, having seen the Companions Anas ibn Malik, `Abd Allah ibn Abi Awfa, Sahl ibn Sa`d al-Sa`idi, Abu al-Tufayl, and `Amir ibn Wathila.


Imam Abu Hanifa is the first in Islam to organise the writing of fiqh under sub-headings embracing the whole of the Law, beginning with purity (tahara) followed by prayer (salah), an order which was retained by all subsequent scholars such as Malik, Shafi`i, Abu Dawud, Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmidhi, and others. All these and their followers are indebted to him and give him a share of their reward because he was the first to open that road for them, according to the hadith of the Prophet: "He who starts something good in Islam has its reward and the reward of those who practice it until the Day of Judgement, without lessening in the least the reward of those who practice it. The one who starts something bad in Islam will incur its punishment and the punishment of all those who practice it until the Day of Judgement without lessening their punishment in the least." Al-Shafi`i referred to this when he said: "People are all the children of Abu Hanifa in fiqh, of Ibn Ishaq in history, of Malik in hadith, and of Muqatil in tafsīr." ---by Dr. G.F. Haddad.





*Dimensions : 24.5 x 17.7cm.









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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 27 May, 2016.