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Just now, baqar said:

As far as I am aware, Imam Malik is regarded very poorly by Shias.

Not that I am aware. Imam Maliki was student of Imam Ja'afar (r.a) along with Imam Abu Hanifa. 3 imams gave bayah to the ahl al Bayt. Maliki, Hanifa and Shafi'i. The only one who didn't was Imam Ahmad.

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Just now, SunniBrother said:

Imam Maliki was student of Imam Ja'afar (r.a) along with Imam Abu Hanifa. 3 imams gave bayah to the ahl al Bayt. Maliki, Hanifa and Shafi'i. The only one who didn't was Imam Ahmad.

As far as I am aware, Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal has spoken very highly of Hazrat Ali (as). According to him, 300 verses of the Quran were revealed for Hazrat Ali (as).

Imam Shafi was so dedicated to Hazrat Ali (as) that the people of Syria killed him because of his love for Hazrat Ali. And he wrote a book called "KHasais-e-Ali" (The virtues of Ali) in praise of our Imam..

Imam Malik may have been a student of our 6th Imam, but I don't think his heart was with the Ahle Bait.    

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Just now, baqar said:

As far as I am aware, Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal has spoken very highly of Hazrat Ali (as). According to him, 300 verses of the Quran were revealed for Hazrat Ali (as).

Imam Shafi was so dedicated to Hazrat Ali (as) that the people of Syria killed him because of his love for Hazrat Ali. And he wrote a book called "KHasais-e-Ali" (The virtues of Ali) in praise of our Imam..

Imam Malik may have been a student of our 6th Imam, but I don't think his heart was with the Ahle Bait.    

Maliki pray with hands down...

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Just now, SunniBrother said:

Maliki pray with hands down...

That is just fiqh.

But Imam Malik did not have the affection for the Ahlul Bayt that Imam Ahmad bin Hambal and Imam Shafi did. 

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Just now, baqar said:

That is just fiqh.

But Imam Malik did not have the affection for the Ahlul Bayt that Imam Ahmad bin Hambal and Imam Shafi did. 

Imam Maliki gave bayah to them. I don't know where got that. Ibn Hanbal had theological problems, most Hanbalis through history were nasibis like ibn taymiyyah.

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