I have two questions.
We learned that Imam al-Nawawi (rahimahullaah) believed camel meat did nullify one's wudu' but that Imam al-Shafi`i (rahimahullaah) did not. Is this correct?
I know the proof for those who say that it does break the wudu', such as the hadeeth of Jaabir (radiyallaahu `anh) that the Prophet (sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam) was asked,
“Should I do wudu' after eating camel meat?” He said, “Yes.” The person said: “Should I do wudu' after eating mutton?” He said, “If you wish.” [Muslim]
and the hadeeth of al-Baraa'. My second question is if this was the opinion of Imam al-Shafi`i (rahimahullaah) then what was his argument (or the argument of those who say it doesn't period)?
I don't recall this from my lectures or even my notes. I am not a great researcher either because I don't speak/understand `arabee and I am still pretty new to this research stuff to be honest.
Jazaakum Allaahu khairan