Abū ʿAbdillāh Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad ibn Ḥanbal Ash-Shaybānī.
(164 AH – 241/780 AD. 855 AD)
Born in 164 AH in Baghdad, Imam Ahmad Ibn Hambal was initially educated by his mother and various Islamic scholars in Baghdad. Here he studied from 179 AH to 189 AH. He conducted lectures on Islam in his house and also publicly.
Properties of Fiqh-e-Hambali
It sometime deals with a problem on which the Quran and the Hadith are silent.
1. The Imam has provided a complete Islamic law.
2. He always expressed strong reservation on the nature and functioning of Khilafat on account
of it hearing become more a family affair than a public one.
3. He did not mix his personal thinking in the matters of Islam
4. He laid emphasis on the Sunnah in every aspect of life.