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Izhar-e-Aqidat: Urdu
Izhar-e-Aqidat: Urdu
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  • Authored by: Allama Arshad al-Qadri

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Details:  Izhar-e-Aqidat : Urdu,
[A5] Hardback - 96 pages,
by Allama Arshad al-Qadiri.



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The malfoozat, kalam, naat and manqabat of Raees al-Qalam, Allama Arshad ul Qadri, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi.


Allama Arshad ul Qadri, may Allah have mercy upon him, was an eminent traditional Islamic scholar as well as a prolific author. He was born on the 5th March 1925 in the town of Syed Pura (District Baliya) of Eastern Uttar Pradesh. His father, Mawlana Shah 'Abd 'al-Latif, rahimullah, was a noted graduate from Dar al Uloom Hanafia, Jaunpur sent him to Ghazipur for his Higher Education. It was here that he spent most of his early age. Allama sahib's sister was married in Jaunpur, but later became a widow. She then remarried to none other than Mufti Amjad Ali A'zami, may Allah be pleased with him, (the author of Bahar e Shariah) and he accompanied his sister to Azamgarh.  His elder brother, Mawlana Ghulam 'Aasi, rahimullah, brought him to Madrassah Ashrafiyyah, Mubarakpur, which proved a major turning point in his life. In 1944, he acquired his post graduate (Dastar e Fazilat) degree from Jamiya Ashrafiyyah, from Hafiz al-Millah; Allama Shah Hafiz Abd 'al-Aziz al-Ashrafi, alayhi ar-Rahman, who had played a significant role in his education.


Not content with just his education, Allama sahib was passionate about educating the masses, so he travelled, taught and founded numerous Madrassahs, Mosques, Institutions and Organisations. He was instrumental in finding (with others) and arranging huge Global movements such as The World Islamic Mission, Dawat-e-Islami (Karachi) and Madinat ul Islam, the Hague (Netherlands). In India, Jamiya Faiz ul Uloom, (Jamshedpur), Darul Zia ul Islam (Howrah), Darul Uloom Makhdumia (Guwahati), Madrassah Madinatul Uloom (Bangalore), Faiz ul Uloom High School, (Jamshedpur) and Jamiya Hadrat Nizam al-Din Awliya (New Delhi) bear evidence to his tireless efforts and concern for Islam and the Ummah. He also launched two journals Jame Kausar and Jame Noor. On 30th April 2002, he passed away and his body was laid to rest in the courtyard of Faiz ul Uloom in Jamshedpur. Allama Sahib was given the title of 'Raees al-Qalam' by his contemporaries for his literature and writings.











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