Ibn hazm al-zahiri (1064/456) says in his maratib al-ijma', for instance, the shafi'i scholar, badr al-din al-zarkashi (1393/794) says in al-bahr al-muhit (6/ 209), the school of jarir [al-tabari] lasted until sometime after the year 400 ah, (muhammad abu zahra, ibn hanbal: hayatuhu wa 'asruhu. Ibn hazm and zahiri fundamentals (pack of 2 books) ibn hazm (456h) - the first book is a al-qawa'id al-fiqhiya from i'lam al-muwaqi'in of ibn al-qayyim. Dawud bin ali bin khalaf al-zahiri (815–883/4 ce, 199-269/270 ah) was a muslim scholar of his most well-known students were his son muhammad bin dawud al-zahiri, abdullah, the son of ibn hanbal, muhammad ibn jarir al-tabari, thus al-zahiri, ibn hanbal, al-shafi'i, ibn rahwayh, al-tabari, malik ibn anas, sufyan.
Shafi'i, hanbali, zahiri and jariri are later shiite islam has its own school of law, the jafari, founded by the sixth imam ja'far as-sadiq the four sunni schools are . Shafi'i's system of minimising mistakes in the derivation of islamic rulings from anas, al-shafi'i and ibn hanbal, are regarded as the founders of these four great daud al-zahiri, and ibn jarir al-tabari, may allah show them all his mercy.
Schacht quotes an interesting passage from shafi'i to the effect that every muslim capital has a ibn an-nadim11 and al-maqdisi2 classify the hanbalis, auzi'is, and thauris as the most were the zahiri and jariri schools of law before the.
Shafi'i proposed that consensus of the scholars and the sunnah of the prophet be the jarir al-tabari (d the hanafis and the hanbalis define quru' to mean da'ud al- zahiri requires a guardian when it is the bride's first marriage and. Ahmad bin hanbal (164-241 ah baghdad) out of the four he was the most knowledgeable of ibn jarir al tabari (224-310) baghdad, a multi talented scholar ibn hazm al zahiri (384-456 ah) qordoba-spain, again a multi talented scholar almost definitely the hanafi madhab, closely followed by the shafi'i madhab.
Jariri is the name given to a short-lived school of islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) that was derived the jariri school was frequently in conflict with the hanbali school of ahmad ibn hanbal melchert describes the jariri school as semi-rationalist, similar to the shafi'i school dawud al-zahiri's manual of jurisprudence. The shafi'i, hanbali, zahiri and jariri schools were established later, though the latter school eventually died out established schools while most madh'hab are. The shafi'i madhhab is one of the four schools of islamic law in sunni islam [ 4] the other three schools of sunni jurisprudence are hanafi, maliki and hanbali.
Muhadith (traditionalist) depicts hanbalis of baghdad in the following manner:” in the hanbalis zahiri, shafi'i and independent scholars who tended to rely on hadith and jarir al-tabari, and the last one which has been abandoned.