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What maḏhab (School of Law) do you follow?

Maḏāhib (maḏhab singular) are Sharīʿa doctrinal schools. In the 7th century, Muslim juristic knowledge started as study circles (halaqas) in which a pious Muslim scholar - surrounded by people - would debate religious issues and teach interested students. The knowledge and production of legal doctrine began in these circles that gave birth to the Maḏāhib (Sharīʿa doctrinal schools), which include the Ḥanafī, Shāfi’ī, Mālikī, and Ḥanbalī schools.

If you do not follow a specific school, most people would select the majority school (al- Jumhūr).