بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
Modern translations of Imam Abu Hanifa’s al Fiqh al Akbar have attributed anthropomorphic (claiming that Allah has a form or body) views to the Imam. Salafi’s have claimed such beliefs regarding the Imam, despite the fact his most famous work on Aqeedah (Theology) was written to refute the heretical sects that arose in his time claiming the Anthramorphism of Allah, and to clearly define the Aqeedah of Ahl al Sunnah wal Jama’ah (Islam). This Work presents an accurate translation of al Fiqh al Akbar along with a discussion on the history of Aqeedah in relation to the work.
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