is creating divisions, segmentising, differentiating and reclassifying the faith the fashion these days? Or is ahl-as-sunnah-wal-jama'ah an appropriate definition? Of the people who stand in congregation in the tradition of the prophet?
The madhabs are about jurisprudence (fiqh) before anything else. They are not the first word or system of Islam. Please dont confuse people by asking what madhab they follow. If anything, please read the article given by BanCricFan in the shab-e-barat thread.
As mod: Religion should be left to individual choices on this otherwise apolitical, and secular forum. Lets not get into judgements about individuals in any way.