Abu Hanifa Numan ibn Thabit; Hanifa Abu

What we say is an opinion it's the best that we can reach, if anybody can bring a better opinion we will accept it.
Unfortunately, much modern Islamic philosophy and religion sees new knowledge and innovation of ideas as heresy per se. However, this was not at all true at the beginning of Islam. This narrow-mindedness and intolerance began to develop in 1100, hundreds of years after Mohammad. Contrast Abu Hanifa with an Islamic modern fundamentalist who claims there can be no valid new knowledge: {620307}. This jurist is more typical of most Moslem judges and legal experts, than the fundamentalists who tend to promote their believes more vigorously and get much more media coverage—including in this collection of quotations—simply because the are so violent and such a danger.

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