Which countries follow Imam Shafi?

Which countries follow Imam Shafi?

One of the schools – Shafi’i fiqh – is named for Al-Shāfi’ī. It is followed in many different places in the Islamic world: Indonesia, Malaysia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Somalia, Yemen as well as Sri Lanka and southern parts of India, especially in the Malabar coast of North Kerala and Canara region of Karnataka.

What is the real name of Imam Shafi?

Abū ʿAbdullāh Muhammad ibn Idrīs al-Shāfiʿī
Al-Shafi’i/Full name

Who are the students of Imam Shafi?

Notable Shafiʽis

  • Al-Muzani.
  • Al-Ghazali.
  • Yahya ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi.
  • Fakhr al-Din al-Razi.
  • Ibn al-Nafis.
  • Ibn Kathir.
  • Izz al-Din ibn ‘Abd al-Salam.
  • Ibn Daqiq al-‘Id.

Is hanafi music haram?

Music is not only haram for hanafi.it is haram for whole muslims. It’s not permissible.it is forbidden.

How did Imam Abu Hanifa and Imam Shafi ee meet?

The governor of Yemen, while paying a visit to Makkah, met Al-Shafi’ee, discerned his unique abilities, and offered him an administrative post in Yemen but like his predecessor Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Shafi’ee also suffered Political persecution and intrigues, but thankfully, unlike Imam Abu Hanifa, he was not subjected to torture.

Who was the famous imam who taught al-Shafi’i?

There, he was taught for many years by the famous Imam Malik ibn Anas, who was impressed with his memory, knowledge and intelligence. By the time of Imam Mālik’s death in 179 AH (795 CE), al-Shāfi‘ī had already gained a reputation as a brilliant jurist.

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Why is it forbidden to follow more than one imam?

The reason for this approach is twofold: Firstly, the Holy Qur’an in a number of verses has emphatically ordered us to follow the Shariah, and has made it strictly prohibited to follow the personal desires vis a vis the rules of Shariah. The Muslim jurists, while interpreting the sources of Shariah never intend to satisfy their personal desires.

Where did al-Shafi’i develop his Madh Hab?

Al-Shāfi’ī traveled to Baghdad to study with Abu Hanifah’s acolyte al-Shaybānī and others. It was here that he developed his first madh’hab, influenced by the teachings of both Imam Abu Hanifa and Imam Malik. His work thus became known as “al Madhhab al Qadim lil Imam as Shafi’i,” or the Old School of al-Shafi’i.

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