Al-Aqa'id wa'l-Masa'il : Arabic

Al-Aqaid wa'l MasailArabicNew,
[-A4] Paperback - 111 pages,
Compiled by Mufti Abdul Qayyum Hazarwi [d.1424h],
mutarjam by Mufti Abdul Hakim Sharf Qadiri [d.1428h],
Maktaba Ahl al-Sunnat, Lahore.


This work is in defence of the Aqeedah of the Ahl al-Sunnah w'al-Jama'ah. Some of the topics covered: 

---Karamat al-Awliya Allah,
---Mawlid al-Nabi, salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam,
---Ziyarat e Rasul, salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam,
---Muhabbat Ahl al-Bayt,
---Masala Nur wa Bashar,
---Haazir wa Naazir,
---Ilm al-Ghayb,



Allamah Mufti Muhammad Abdul Qayyoom Hazarwi رَحْمَةُ الـلّٰـهِ عَـلَيْـه. was born on 29 Sha’ban 1352 AH (28 September 1933) in Mansehra, a city in the province of Khayber Pakhtunkhwa. In addition to attending a religious institution in Jeendar Sharif (Gujarat), he acquired knowledge from numerous other madrasas across Pakistan. In 1955, he graduated from Hizbul Ahnaaf, the central Dar-ul-Uloom in Lahore. His passion for Hadith led him to the great Hadith scholar of Pakistan: Allamah  Muhammad Sardar Ahmad Chishti Qadiri رَحْمَةُ الـلّٰـهِ عَـلَيْـه. He acquired authorisation in Hadith (sanad) from Jami’ah Razawiyyah Mazhar-e-Islam in 1956, which is also where his graduation ceremony (Dastaar-e-Fazeelat) took place.

Amongst his teachers; includes the names of illustrious scholars, such as Allama Sardar Ahmad Chishti Qaadiri, Allama Mahboob al-Rahman, Allama Sayyid Muhammad Anwar Shah and Allamah Ghulam Rasool Razavi رَحِمَهُمُ الـلّٰـهُ.

Mufti Abdul Qayyoom Hazarwi رَحْمَةُ الـلّٰـهِ عَـلَيْـه served as headteacher at Jami’ah Nizamiyah Lahore in addition to his role as a teacher of Hadith (Shaykh al-Hadith). He also founded Jami’ah Razawiyyah in Sheikhupura and oversaw its affairs. Furthermore, he produced many written works, of which al-Tawassul, al-Aqaaid wa al-Masaail and Ilmi Maqalaat are most famous. 49 years of his life were spent in teaching and educating students, and 29 years were dedicated to teaching Hadith. His efforts led to the establishing of Tanzeem-ul-Madaris Ahl-e-Sunnat Pakistan—a prominent education board—for which he was the director and chair for 29 years.

He also worked on AlaHadrat Imam Ahmad Rida Khan’s رَحْمَةُ الـلّٰـهِ عَـلَيْـه scholarly 12 volume (spread to 22/30/33) masterpiece Fatawa Razawiyyah. Tailoring it according to the needs of the time, Mufti Abdul Qayyoom Hazarvi رَحْمَةُ الـلّٰـهِ عَـلَيْـه had its Arabic and Persian sections translated and oversaw its printing and publication in 33 volumes with references. 24 volumes were published during his lifetime, with the remaining nine being published after he passed away.

Amongst his students were names such as Allamah Abdul Hakeem Sharaf Qadiri, Professor Mufti Muneeb-ul-Rahman (Director of Tanzeem-ul-Madaris Ahl-e-Sunnat Pakistan and head of Dar-ul-Uloom Na’eemiyyah), Allamah Muhammad Siddiq Hazarvi, Mawlana Abdul Sattaar Sa’eedi, Mawlana Ziya-ul-Mustafa Qusoori, and Mawlana Ghulam Naseer-ud-din.


He passed away on 27 Jumadal al-Akhir 1424 AH (Monday 26 August 2003) Mufti Abdul Qayyum Hazarvi رَحْمَةُ الـلّٰـهِ عَـلَيْـه suffered a cardiac arrest after Maghrib Salah and passed away in Lahore. Prominent scholars from across the country and thousands of people participated in his funeral prayer. Mufti Abdul Qayyoom Hazarvi رَحْمَةُ الـلّٰـهِ عَـلَيْـه, was an embodiment of knowledge and wisdom, was laid to rest at Jami’ah Nizamiyah Razawiyyah, Sheikhupura (Punjab, Pakistan).---Bilal Husayn Attari.


Allama Abd 'al-Hakim Sharaf Qadiri, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, was born in the town of Mirzapur in the home of Mawlana Allah Ditta on 24th Sha’ban 1363h (13th August 1944). His family migrated to Lahore whilst he was a child and he started his primary education there. He thereafter studied under the leading Ulama of his era among them were Muhaddith-e-Azam Pakistan Mawlana Sardar Ahmad Qadiri, the spiritual mentor of his mother, `Allamah Gulam Rasool Rizwi commentator of Sahih Bukhari, Mufti-e-Azam Pakistan Sayyid Abul Barakat Ahmad Qadiri son of Sayyid Deedar `Ali Shah Alwari, Mufti `Abdul Qayyum Hazarawi ex-President of Jamia Nizamiya, and `Allama `Ata Muhammad Bandyalawi, senior teacher at Jamia Mazhariya Bandyal.

Sayyid Abul Barakat Ahmad became the Spiritual Mentor (Murshid) of Allama Sharaf and many other Shuyukh also gave him khilafat in various Sufi pathways. Allama Sharf Qadiri was a renowned scholar, a muhaddith and a prolific author. He passed away on the 19th of Shaban 1428 Hijri in the city of Lahore.






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