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I do not know of any established rules, so this is a matter of opinion. I do not think that the opinion of the majority always translates into the opinion being correct, or the opinion that must be followed. Step 1: Check the stance of the scholars For the scholars in disagreement (the minority in this case, since your question is focused on a majority vs. a ...


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No, attributing a statement to three scholars only does not constitute consensus (ijmā', Arabic: إجماع), or any level of consensus for that matter. However, one has to read the full text of the fatwas to understand their content and context. The first fatwa in Majmū' al-Fatāwa 26/195 (Arabic only) attributes the words to Imam Ibn al-Munādi. Referring to the ...


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Well the paragraph you mentioned is talking about one of the sources or let me say tools of the sources of the Maliki Madhab: customs and practices of the people of Medina! So i would recommend you to read more about it in wikipedia (there are more details in the Arabic part especially when it comes to the customs and practices of the people of Medina if you ...


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