Muslims today often find different views of the scholars in solving a problem faced by the ummah (khilafiyah). In fact, the same thing happened at the time of the Prophet’s companions, the tabiins (people who lived after a generation of friends), tabiit-tabiin (followers of tabiin), and other scholars.
In arguing for this problem, the scholars use the same argument and legal basis. For example, in understanding the concept of istithaah (being able) in Hajj, how to perform ablution, intention in prayer, touching the skin between men and women, and so on.
Why is that difference? In fact, there are those who have mutually preached, disbelieved, and so on. Among them, some are separated from other groups.
However, these differences of views or opinions enrich the intellectual treasures of Muslims to understand each other’s emergence.
The origin of the differences between all of these is not due to the errors of …