From the publishers:
Some of the issues tackled in this book are:
- What is the need for different madh-habs when there is one Quran and one Nabi?
- Why do only four Madh-habs exist?
- Can all four schools of jurisprudence be concurrently correct?
- If a man claims to be following the fiqh of Imam Bukhari, will he not be on the straight path?
- Explanation of taqlid through a practical example.
- Lists of distinguished scholars of Hadith, who lived in different centuries and hailed from various lands, that followed each of the four madh-habs.
- Is it correct to say "I am a Muhammadi - not a Hanafi/Shafi"?
The book consists of twenty-five similar questions about taqlid.
At the end of the book a summary has been presented of a debate between Albani and al-Buti. Thereafter, as an example of how easily people are misled, the issue of performing salah with short sleeves has been dealt with in detail.
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