The meaning of it being makrūh according to Imām Abū Hanīfah

The meaning of it being makrūh according to Imām Abū Hanīfah
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The meaning of it being makrūh according to Imām Abū Hanīfah

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  • masjidmuhammad
  • Apr 08, 2021

Question:

It is said that Imam Abu Hanifah Sahib rahimahullah considers these six
fasts to be makruh. We also know as a principle that in acts of worship,
the view of Imam Abu Hanifah rahimahullah must be adopted. What is
the answer to this?

Answer:

The erudite jurists refute the view that it is makruh, and say that the
view attributed to Imam Sahib rahimahullah is not established.
After investigating this issue in detail, ‛Allamah Shami rahimahullah
writes:

‛Allamah Yusuf Bannuri rahimahullah also refers to the view of makruh
as a weak narration.

Ma‛arif as-Sunan:

As for the principle that the view of Imam Sahib rahimahullah must be
adopted in acts of worship, this is not specified in every situation.
Rather, the view which is in line with Hadith must be taken. It is
clearly mentioned in the statements of the jurists that if any juridical
issue is in line with a Hadith, one should not cast it aside. In other
words, that narration must be taken for the purpose of a fatwa.
‛Allamah Shami rahimahullah writes:

There are many examples in this regard. For details, refer to Fatawa
Dar al-‛Ul’m Zakariyya, vol. 2, p. 549, the chapter on the Jumu’ah salah.

Allah ta‛ala knows best.

 

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