Questions regarding hadiths and books featuring Hanafi scholars

Questions regarding ḥadīths and books featuring Ḥanafī scholars

The following document in Arabic and Urdu answers the following queries received from Mufti Nasiruddin of Mazahirul Uloom Saharanpur:

  • Is there a ḥadīth with this meaning: Islam’s honour in the early period is poverty and towards the end of time richness and wealth?
  • Is this a ḥadīth “Poverty is my pride”? What is its status?
  • Was a companion squeezed in the grave simply because he was not careful regarding urine drops?
  • Please outline some books that feature the profiles of Ḥanafī scholars.

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Evidence of Hanafis permitting marriage during Ihram

Evidence of permissibility of marriage during Iḥrām

Question

I understand that according to the Ḥanafī school of thought, it is permissible to get married in the state of Iḥrām. Is there any evidence for this?

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Travelling on Plane and performing Asr Salah at Mithl Awwal

Travelling on Plane and performing ʿAṣr Ṣalāh at Mithl Awwal

Question

I am travelling abroad and my flight departure time is before the ʿAṣr Ṣalāh time begins. However, the time for ʿAṣr Ṣalāh begins before this according to the other schools of thought based on Mithl Awwal. As it is extremely difficult on some airlines in particular to perform Ṣalāh on the plane in a standing position, is it permissible for me to perform ʿAṣr Ṣalāh before I board, otherwise it will be qaḍāʾ?

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Women performing Salah in congregation adjacent to men and the validity of the men’s Salah

Women performing Ṣalāh in congregation adjacent to men and the validity of the men’s Ṣalāh

Question

We have a mosque attended by people who follow various different schools of thought. The mosque is attended by males and females and there are appropriate safeguards in place. The mosque is small and comprises of two rooms that are next to each other with a permanent brick wall in between. Thus, the second row of men is indirectly behind the first row of women. There is no other option as the building is small. The entrance to each room is seperate. If the women perform Ṣalāḥ in congregation, will the Ṣalāh of the men and women be valid from a Ḥanafī perspective? Please can you provide the Arabic references as this is creating some confusion. 

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The Hanafi jurist Imam Zuzani al-Sadidi

The Ḥanafī jurist Imam Zūzanī al-Sadīdī

Question

I have come across a statement of Imam Zūzanī al-Sadīdī in Taḥrīr al-Aqwāl fī Ṣawm al-Sitt min Shawwāl. Please can you share his profile and his year of death. Also, is it Zūzanī or Zawzanī?

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Shams al-Aimmah al-Hulwani or al-Halwani

Shams al-Aʾimmah al-Ḥulwānī or al-Ḥalwānī

Question

What is the correct pronounciation of the name of the famous Ḥanafī jurist: Shams al-Aʾimmah al-Ḥulwānī or al-Ḥalwānī with a ḍammah or fatḥah?

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