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Fiqh al Imam - Key Proofs in Hanafi Fiqh
Fiqh al Imam - Key Proofs in Hanafi Fiqh
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Details:  Fiqh al-Imam : Key Proofs in Hanafi Fiqh, New,
[A5] Paperback - 256 pages,
**by Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf,
Published by White Thread Press.




Description :


The first part of this book seeks to clarify certain aspects of taqlid that have been misunderstood and gravely distorted. It sheds light on the necessity of taqlid, its history, and its role in todays world.


The second part includes several chapters devoted to issues regarding salat [ritual prayer] according to the Hanafi school of law.


Through illustrative examples and detailed discussions, the chapters on prayer sufficiently demonstrate the sophisticated legal philosophy employed by the Hanafi school (indeed all the madhhabs) in their derivation of legal rulings from the source texts of Islam. All rulings have been supported with evidentiary proofs from the Qur'an and Hadith.


The author delivers an even-handed presentation of arguments throughout the book. He intends neither to offend nor to perpetuate polemic disputes, but rather to state the facts in a lucid and rational style, with a view to appeal to the reader's sense of reason.






Table of Contents :


---Foreword,
---Introduction

Part One:
 
---[I]. Taqlid : Following a School in Islamic Law,
------Taqlid,
------Definition of Taqlid,
------Taqlid in General,
------The Necessity of Taqlid,
------Evidence from Hadiths,
------Evils of Discarding Taqlid,
------Taqlid : Following an Imam in the Matters of Shari‘a,
------Following one Particular Imam in Every Juristic Issue.

---[II]. 'Imam A'zam' - Abu Hanifa and Hadith,
------Imam Abu Hanifa : A Follower [Tabi‘i],
------Imam Abu Hanifa Narrated from the Companions,
------Imam Abu Hanifa : Most Learned Person of his Time,
------Imam Abu Hanifa : A Hadith Master [Hafiz],
------Imam Abu Hanifa : An Authority and Critic of Hadith.
------Conclusion.

---[III]. ‘Abdullah ibn Mas'ud, may Allah be pleased with him,
------The Companions of Allah’s Messenger, may Allah bless him & grant him peace,
------Hadiths on the Virtues of ‘Abdullah ibn Mas‘ud,
------Knowledge of the Qur’an,
------Other Hadiths Regarding ‘Abdullah ibn Mas‘ud,
------Other Statements,
------Conclusion.
                                                               
---[IV].   The True Position According to Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala,


Part Two:

---[1]. The Distance to be Kept between Feet,
---The Various Opinions,
---The Hadith on Joining the Feet,
---Other Points to be Considered,
---Conclusion.

---[2]. The Position of the Hands in Prayer,
---The Various Opinions,
---The First Difference of Opinion,
---The Second Difference of Opinion,
---The Hadiths on This Issue,
---The First Version,
---The Second Version,
---Other Narrations,
---Evidence of the Hanafis,
---Other Evidences for the Hanafi Opinion,
---Conclusion.

---[3]. Reciting Behind the Imam,
---The Various Opinions,
---The Holy Qur’an on This Issue,
---The Hadiths on This Issue,
---The Companions and Followers on This Issue,
---Other Reasons for not Reciting Behind the Imam,
---Analysing the Seemingly Contradictory Hadiths,
---Conclusion.      
 
---[4]. The Issue of Amin-Explained,
---The Various Opinions,
---The Qur’an on This Issue,
---The Hadiths on This Issue,
---The Companions and Followers on This Issue,
---Other Reasons for Saying Amin Silently,
---Analyzing the Seemingly Contradictory Hadiths,
---A General Explanation and Conclusion.

---[5].  Raising the Hands for Ruku'
---The Various Opinions,
---Some History Regarding the Issue,
---The Differences Found in the Narrations,
---Another Complication,
---The Hadiths on Raising the Hands,
---Weakness of ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Umar’s Narrations,
---The Hadiths on not Raising the Hands,
---The Hadiths of ‘Abdullah ibn Mas‘ud,
---The Hadiths of ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Umar,
---The Hadiths of Jabir ibn Samura,
---The Hadiths of ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas,
---The Hadiths of Bara’ ibn ‘Azib,
---The Companions and Followers on This Issue,
---Other Reasons for not Raising the Hands,
---Conclusion.

---[6]. Sitting in Prayer : Tawarruk or Iftirash?
---The Various Opinions,
---The Hadiths on Iftirash,
---The Hadiths on Tawarruk,
---Conclusion,

---[7]. The Sunna Prayer of Fajr,
---The Various Opinions,
---Importance of the Sunna,
---Prayer of Fajr,
---The Companions and Followers on This Issue,
---Other Reasons for the Hanafi Opinion,
---One More Point to Remember,

---[8]. How Many Rak‘ats in Witr?
---The Various Opinions,
---The Hadiths on This Issue,
---The Companions and Followers on This Issue,
---How Many Salams in the Witr Prayer?
---Some Confusing Narrations,
---Is One Rak‘a Sufficient for Witr?
---A Final Question,
---Conclusion.

---[9]. Prayer After 'Asr,
---The Various Opinions,
---Analysing the Seemingly Contradictory Hadiths,
---An Exclusive Practice of the Messenger, may Allah bless him and grant him peace,
---The Hadiths Prohibiting Prayer After ‘Asr,
---Conclusion.

---[10]. Prayer During the Friday Sermon,
---The Qur’an on This Issue,
---The Hadiths on This Issue,
---The Companions and Followers on This Issue,
---Analysing the Seemingly Contradictory Hadiths,
---Conclusion.
                                                                                    
---[11]. Tne Number of Rak'ats in Tarawih,
---Opinions of the Scholars,
---Tarawih During the First Generations,
---Absence of Authentic Narrations,
---The Hadiths on This Issue,
---The Opinions of Various Jurists and Scholars,
---Other Important Points to be Noted,
---Analysing the Narrations Concerning Eight Rak‘ats,
---Conclusion.
    
---[12]. Combining Two Prayers,
---The Various Opinions,
---The Qur’an on This Issue,
---The Hadiths on This Issue,
---The Hadiths on Combining Prayers,
---Conclusion.
                                                                            
---Glossary,
---Bibliography.








**Although this book is authoured by non A.S.W.J it is still useful for those studying from a reference point of view.










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