List of Sunni books - WikipediaWelcome to Looh Press! The book has an opening chapter wherein the author explains the meaning of Fiqh in the positions that lead to the opinions of the Fuqaha. Then he follows it on with a chapter on Imam Abu Hanifah biography as well as the formation of his views based on the Qur'an and the Sunnah. The author then starts with Tahara, and as in every chapter and Mas'ala he first explains the linguistic derivation of the word followed by the application of the Shari'a therein. He then renders proofs for each issue based on the Qur'an and the Hadith. The author then refines and renders the opinions of the scholars on the proofs he mentioned. There is also an comparison on the other opinions of the other schools.
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The Hanafi school is the maddhab with the largest number of followers among Sunni Muslims. The sources from which the Hanafi madhhab derives Islamic law are, in order of importance and preference: the Quran , and the hadiths containing the words, actions and customs of the Islamic prophet Muhammad narrated in six hadith collections, of which Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim are the most relied upon ; if these sources were ambiguous on an issue, then the consensus of the Sahabah community Ijma of the companions of Muhammad , then individual's opinion from the Sahabah, Qiyas analogy , Istihsan juristic preference , and finally local Urf local custom of people. Abu Hanifa is regarded by modern scholarship as the first to formally adopt and institute analogy Qiyas as a method to derive Islamic law when the Quran and hadiths are silent or ambiguous in their guidance. As the fourth Caliph, Ali had transferred the Islamic capital to Kufa , and many of the first generation of Muslims had settled there, the Hanafi school of law based many of its rulings on the earliest Islamic traditions as transmitted by Sahaba residing in Iraq. Thus, the Hanafi school came to be known as the Kufan or Iraqi school in earlier times.
This book is also known as Al-Kitab. It comprises of approximately 12, issues, spanning the entire spectrum of fiqh, covering matters of worship, business transactions, personal relations and penal and judicial matters, etc. Abu 'Ali al-Shashi said, 'Whoever memorizes this book is the best accomplished of our associates in memorization, and whoever understands it is the best accomplished of our associates in understanding. The book is recognized and respected as a reliable book of the Hanafi school, and has had various commentaries written on it. Upto this day, the book enjoys a wide acclaim, still forming a part of the teaching curriculum in many traditional madaris, and with prominent and accomplished contemporary scholars continuing to recommend and approve it as a teaching text.