WebJan 1, 2023 · Abū Ḥanīfah, in full Abū Ḥanīfah al-Nuʿmān ibn Thābit, (born 699, Kūfah, Iraq—died 767, Baghdad), Muslim jurist and theologian whose systematization of Islamic …
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Early Muslim jurist Hammad ibn Salamah once related a story about a highway robber who posed as an old man to hide his identity; he then remarked that were the robber still alive he would be a follower of Abu Hanifa. What is the Hanafi school?
Thus, the Hanafi school came to be known as the Kufan or Iraqi school in earlier times. Ali and Abdullah, son of Masud formed much of the base of the school, as well as other personalities from the direct relatives (or Ahli-ll-Bayṫ) of Moḥammad from whom Abu Hanifa had studied such as Muhammad al-Baqir.Who is Hanafi (grass green)?
Hanafi (grass green) is the Sunni school predominant in Turkey, the Northern Middle East, many parts of Egypt, Central Asia and most of the Indian subcontinent He attained a very high status in the various fields of sacred knowledge and significantly influenced the development of Muslim theology. How many Sahaba did Abu Hanifa see?
This is based on reports that he met at least four Sahaba including Anas ibn Malik,  with some even reporting that he transmitted Hadith from him and other companions of Muhammad.   Others take the view that Abu Hanifa only saw around half a dozen companions, possibly at a young age, and did not directly narrate hadith from them. 
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