Hajj (The Islamic Pilgrimage), According to the Five Schools of Islamic Law
This work on the Shariah or Islamic Law offers a comparative study of the Divine Law that, according to authentic Islamic doctrines, embodies the Will of God in society. In the Islamic world view, God is the ultimate legislator. The five major schools that are used in the comparison are: Hanafi, Hanbali, Shafi’i, Maliki and Jaf’ari.
This book, volume 4 of 8, presents the similarities and differences in the issues regarding Hajj, the Islamic Pilgrimage from the viewpoints of the five Schools of thoughts.