Hello, I'm german and my english is not very well.
I'm interested in Islam since some time.
As far as I know all 4 sunni madhahib are saying, the soul gets into the embryo at day 120.
Now I got posted a link with an analysis that says: all wrong, the soul gets into embryo at day 40.
Here's the link I got (it's in english, too):
Now my question is:
Why are the 4 sunni madhabib saying 120 Days?
Is this a one-sided analysis? Or what are the arguments in the sunni madhahib?
I hope to get enlightended (sorry for my bad english)
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