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Discussion in 'Bickering' started by sunniwarrior, Apr 11, 2015.
Pseudo Mufti - Abu Layth explains why he went to prison
Well looks like he has been ''discredited'' himself. He is not the only person who thought of himself greater than Imam e Azam Imam Abu Hanifah Rahimahullah, one guy from dudley a Tory MP fell in the same mess claimed to be a ''maliki'' kaam thamam hogaya.
he has some comments on his facebook regarding Muwatta of Imam Muhammad bin Hasan where he tried to discredit it.
Deobandi Mufti Abu Layth is Nahiem Ajmal where as Seekingilm.com Abu Layth is different one.
Anyway, this rockstar mufti joins the ranks of other Deobandits like Salim Abdullah of Chicago.
his biography is on the deobandi forum http://www.sunniforum.com/forum/showthread.php?68075-Mufti-Abu-Layth-al-Maliki
Biographie of Mufti Abu Layth al-Maliki :
Mufti Abu Layth al-Maliki carried out preliminary Arabic and Islamic studies as a teenager in the UK before going to Damascus, Syria, where he studied for a year the Islamic essentials and also adopted the Maliki Madhab, He then completed Hifdh (memorisation of the Qur'an) along with 'tafsir' (exegesis) at the Jami'a Muhammadiyah institute in Islamabad, Pakistan, in one year. Mufti Abu Layth then returned to Syria to recited the entire Qur'an to Shaykh AbdulHaadi al-Tabbaa' and gained an ijazah & 'sanad'/chain of transmission going back to the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wassallam). He then enrolled onto a Dars-e-Nizami/Aalim course at the reknown Jami'a Binnoria in Karachi, Pakistan. Here he graduated first class in the Islamic sciences ranging from Tafsir (exegesis) Usool (hermenuetics), Comparative Fiqh (jurisprudence) Adab (Arabic literature), Nahw (Arabic grammar) to Aqeedah (theology). He also gained an Isnaad in the major books of hadith. Thereafter he also completed an adiitional 2 years Ifta/Mufti course at the same institute where he further specialised in Fiqh across various madhabs Maliki, Hanafi etc. and trained to give Fatwa's (verdicts) on Islamic issues relating to jurisprudence under the supervision of Mufti Abdullah Shoukat (key student of Mufti Taqi Usmani) for Hanafi Fiqh and Mufti Saalim Al-Tunisi for Maliki Fiqh. Since his return to the uk, he has qualified as a school teacher, completed a Masters in Education and currently completing his degree in Psychology. Mufti Abu Layth teaches Maliki fiqh & the Muwatta locally in Birmingham, UK. His current areas of research are Fiqh, Hadith and the Islamic history of Andalusia.
in the video linked by unbeknown, he does not even mention imam abu hanifah and his students, from whom asad ibn furat took the methodology (and hence his compilation) and was influenced by the madh'hab of our imam.
is he the one who used to run seekingilm.com, this one?
so basically he is a punk mufti? pun intended....
A big fan of deobandis he is.
This is what happens when u think your greater then imam Abu Hanifa in fiqh. He would very openly say there is not a single wali alive today.
which abu layth? surely not the one I think?!
To be honest I never trusted this guy..he looks like the muscular member of a desi boyband....