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  1. imam, Arabic imām (“leader,” “model”), in a general sense, one who leads Muslim worshippers in prayer. In a global sense, imam is used to refer to the head of the Muslim community (ummah). The title is found in the Qurʾān several times to refer to leaders and to Ibraham(علیہ السلام)

    imam, Arabic imām (“leader,” “model”), in a general sense, one who leads Muslim worshippers in prayer. In a global sense, imam is used to refer to the head of the Muslim community (ummah). The title is found in the Qurʾān several times to refer to leaders and to Ibraham(علیہ السلام)

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  1. 1. Imam Abu Hanifa (Hanafi Madhab) Imam Abu Hanifa al-Nu’man ibn Thabit 2. Imam Malik (Maliki Madhab) Imam Malik ibn Anas 3. Imam al-Shafi’i (Shafi’i Madhab) Muhammad ibn Idris al-Shafi’i 4. Imam Ahmed ibn Hanbal (Hanbali Madhab) Imam Ahmed ibn Muhammad ibn Hanbal

    1. Imam Abu Hanifa (Hanafi Madhab) Imam Abu Hanifa al-Nu’man ibn Thabit
    2. Imam Malik (Maliki Madhab) Imam Malik ibn Anas
    3. Imam al-Shafi’i (Shafi’i Madhab) Muhammad ibn Idris al-Shafi’i
    4. Imam Ahmed ibn Hanbal (Hanbali Madhab) Imam Ahmed ibn Muhammad ibn Hanbal

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  1. Imam Ahmad bin Hambal was a prominent Muslim scholar, theologian, and jurist who lived in the 9th century. He was the founder of one of the four main Sunni schools of Islamic jurisprudence, known as the Hanbali school. His teachings had a significant impact on Sunni Islamic law and theology and he iRead more

    Imam Ahmad bin Hambal was a prominent Muslim scholar, theologian, and jurist who lived in the 9th century. He was the founder of one of the four main Sunni schools of Islamic jurisprudence, known as the Hanbali school. His teachings had a significant impact on Sunni Islamic law and theology and he is considered one of the most important figures in the early development of Sunni Islam.

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