Salam, my masjid has a new Imam who seems to be a very friendly and knowledgeable brother Masha Allah. But one thing he does is in Salah, he seems to force the congregation to follow his opinion on matters where the scholars have disagreed.
For example he says when the Salah has ended, everyone must wait till the Imam has finished both of his salams, before offering their salam. I know this is the majority opinion among the scholars, but many brothers who were taught the Hanafi method see this as contrary to what they learned since childhood. He also says that if one comes late to Jummah where they miss the second bowing (ruku) then they need to pray Zuhr Salah. Again this goes against the teachings of the Hanafi school.
I myself do not follow that school, but I think it might be unfair to the many brothers who do. Since these are matters where there is disagreement, I would prefer the Imam not mention it or make it a point to always remind the congregation of. We should be inclusive, and respectful of others' opinions even if we believe the opinion we follow is stronger.
What do you think I should do? Mention this to the Imam or not?