Differences Of Opinion In Fiqh Laws
Why every school of thought is different? For example as per Imam Abu Hanifa’s school of thought three times divorce in one sitting considered irrevocable & it’s different in other school of thoughts. Same thing with so many other issues like capital punishments. When people have questions they are told that one should follow whatever they think is right however it’s human psychology that they tend to accept whatever is more easier for them. So my question is, Is it allowed in Islam to restructure those laws & make it as one according to specific era of time which people are living in?
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