AHL AL-SUNNAH

 
 

 

 

It seems that the fact the two leaders of the Hanfi thought (Imam Abu Hanifa) and the Maliki thought (Imam Malik) are students of Imam Jafar As-Sadiq (PUH) is semi agreement. In The New Encyclopaedia Britannica Volume 6 Micropaedia Ready Reference the 15th edition under Ja’far ibn Muhammad in page 468-469 the following was written:

“He gathered around him learned pupils including Abu Hanifah and Malik ibn Anas, founders of two of the four schools, the Hanaiyah and Malikyah, and Wasil ibn ‘Ata’, founder of the Mu’tazili school. Equally famous was Jabir ibn Hayyan, the alchemist known in Europe as Geber, who credited Ja’far with many of his scientific ideas and indeed suggested that some of his works are little more than records of Ja’far’s teaching or summaries of hundreds of monographs written by him. As to the manuscripts of half a dozen religious works bearing Ja’far’s name, scholars generally record them as spurious.”

So even the west admire him because of his achievement that came not because he is higher than the other Imams of the shia in knowledge but because he is the ONLY and I repeat the ONLY imam of the shia that got the chance to breathe a little bit… just little bit taking the advantage of the war between the Umayyad and Abbasid to explode some of his knowledge (however as soon as Abbasid finished their war against Umayyad they killed him (and whom killed him? Abu Ja’far Al-Doaniqi the CALIPH OF THE PROPHET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Killed the son of the prophet PUHH!!).
 

 

Below is extracted from the Sunni Site admitting that their Imams such as Abu Hanifa and Malik were the students of our fifth and six Imam, Imam Baqir (as) andImam Jaafar Sadiq (as), similar their Imams such as Imam Muhammd al-Shaibani and Imam Abu Yusuf al-Ansari were the students of Imam Moosa Kadhim (as)

 

 

http://www.ummah.net/Al_adaab/jaafari_myth.html

 

 

 

The Myth of a "Ja’fari" Madhhab

By

Muhammad Jamaal Abdul Wahid Hanifa Qadiri

 
 

A lot of Muslims who are sincere, but not undereducated in their Deen, are led to accept a myth of a so-called "fifth Madhhab" referred to as the "Ja’fari
Madhhab," supposedly named after Imam Ja’far as-Sadiq (radiyallahu ‘anh). Such people are unaware of the fact that no such Madhhab exists, isn’t accepted by
Muslims as a "fifth Madhhab," and is an attempt by Shiites to gain acceptance from Muslims under the guise of a school of Islamic Law. Examining this "Madhhab"
one unknowingly thinks, "This is very similar to the Maliki and Hanafi Madhhab." A brief look at the history of his hoax is needed in order to understand its
inception.

Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq (radiyallahu ‘anh) was a blessed Wali of Allah who revived al-Islam in Madinah, upholding the letter and spirit of al-Islam. He is Sayyid
Ja’far bin Muhammad bin Ali bin al-Husain bin Ali bin Abu Talib, son of Imam Muhammad al-Baqir, father of Imam Musa al-Kazim (radiyallahu ‘anhuma).

As it is well known, the Four Imams of Fiqh (Imam al-A’zam Abu Hanifah, Imam Malik bin ‘Anas, Imam Muhammad al-Shafi’, and Imam Ahmad bin Hambal)
wrote many books pertaining to Islamic Jurisprudence, Doctrine, and Worship. Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq (radiyallahu ‘anh) did not write any books on such matters,
but as related in Asmaa’ul-Mu’allifeen, three books were written by Imam Ja’far: 1.) Taqseemi-Ru’ya, 2.) Jami’atu fil-Jafr, and 3.) Kitabul-Jafr. The word
"Jafr" means a four month-old lamb. When referenced in scientific terminology, the word "Jafr" relates to a branch of predicting future events beforehand. In
Kamusul-A’lam, it is related that the first book written in this science was by Hazrat Babul-‘Ilm Ali bin Abu Talib (karramallah wajhah). Two of the three books
written by Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq were written on sheets of sheepskin, and because of this, the science dealt with in these two books was named "Jafr."

A book titled Imami Ja’far Buyrugu, in the possession of Shiites today, was written by a man named Ja’far bin Husain al-Qummi (d. AD 951), who was the first
to write on religious practice in the Shi’ah religion. Abu Ja’far Muhammad al-Tusi (d. AD 1068) wrote another book, titled Risala-i Ja’fariyyah, a commentary
consisting of twenty volumes. Putting forward the books written by the two Ja’fars (al-Qummi and al-Tusi), Shiites name themselves "Ja’fari," thus attempting to
project that they are directly following Hazrat Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq, the way that Muslims who are Hanafi or Hanbali actually follow Imam Abu Hanifah or Imam
Ahmad bin Hambal, respectively. Exploiting the similarity between the words "Ja’far" and "Jafr," Shiites assert that these two books, authored by Abu Ja’far
al-Tusi and Ja’far al-Qummi, were written by Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq (radiyallahu ‘anh).

The "Ja’fari" Madhhab is a case of word games being played. The Four Madhhabs of Islam (Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi’i, and Hambali) were either founded by the
Imams themselves or by their students who expounded upon the decisions of the Imams. The ‘Ilm of Hazrat Ja’far al-Sadiq can only find it in the Madhhabs of
Imam al-A’zam Abu Hanifah and Imam Malik bin Anas (rahmatullahi alaihima), both of whom were the only students of Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq to have a Madhhab
founded. Thus, the true "Madhhab of Ahlul-Bait" resides within the Hanafi and Maliki Madhhabs. The nisbah with the Ahlul-Bait is prevalent in both. The Maliki
Madhhab connects with Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq. The Hanafi Madhhab connects to a total of four Imams from amongst the Ahli-Bait. In addition to the gaining of
‘Ilm from Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq, Imam Abu Hanifah gained ‘Ilm from Imam Muhammad al-Baqir and Imam Zaid bin Ali Shaheed (radiyallahu ‘anhuma). The
Sahibain (Imam Muhammd al-Shaibani and Imam Abu Yusuf al-Ansari) gained ‘Ilm from Imam Musa bin Ja’far al-Kazim (rahmatullahi ‘alaih).

From the facts presented, it is clear that the "Ja’fari Madhhab" is not only a non-existant (or legitimate) school of Islamic Law, but it is merely a cloak utilized by
Shiites, with their ‘Ulama plagiarizing many of the works of Islamic Jurists and placing the name Ja’fari upon them. If one wishes to gain the Fiqh of Imam Ja’far
al-Sadiq (radiyallahu ‘anh), then one does not have to look any further than the Hanafi or Maliki Madhhab.
 
 

 


 "WHOEVER I AM HIS MASTER, ALI IS HIS MASTER. O God! Love those who love him. Be hostile to those who are hostile to him. Hate those who hate him. Help those who help him. And keep the truth with him wherever he turns." (repeating this paragraph three times). 

 

وَنَجَّيْنَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا وَكَانُوا يَتَّقُونَ {41:18}

But We delivered those who believed and practised righteousness

 

 

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Sunni and Obliteration Sunnah
Contradiction Hadiths by Sunni
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Sunni Sources of Legisltaion
Prophet Rejects Sunni Sharia  
Imams of “Ahl al-Sunnah”
Sunni Taqlid and Authorities
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