As-Salamu `alaykum. What should one do if one has learned a hadith, which is not normally practiced by his own school of Fiqh, taking into consideration that:a- the same hadith is put into practice by other schools of Fiqh,b- the hadith is an authentic one, being reported in the authentic books of al-Bukhari and Muslim,c- by putting such a hadith into practice, one will face resentment from fellow followers of the same school of Fiqh,d- I am just a lay Muslim, so I do not follow the instruction of this hadith just because scholars of my school of Fiqh do not follow it although they do not disagree with it.What is the status of a lay Muslim in the Allah’s Sight? For example, some people lift their hands up while praying and some don’t, whereas in Bukhari & Muslim’s authentic books one has to do so. Also, may one change his own school of Fiqh partially/completely or should one continue to follow the same school? What would be the criteria for changing or not changing one's regular school of Fiqh? Jazakum Allah khayran.
What are the advantages and disadvanatages of co-education in schools and colleges.
Scholars of Islam, as-Salamu `alaykum. What is the legal advisory as to developing sex education curricula at schools and university?