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#1 wasim raza

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Posted 11 August 2014 - 04:39 PM

No tribute to Imam Ahmed
Raza (radi Allahu anhu)
could be complete without
understanding the sustained
restlessness of the Imam in
providing true leadership
throughout his life, when he
was faced with leading the
Muslims in a fragile moment
in the history of Islam in
the Indo-Pak sub-continent.
The continued emergence of
false sects like the Qadianis,
Wahabis, and other sects
which sought to prove that
Almighty Allah indulges in
falseness – Ma’aazallah,
Summa Ma’aazallah –
proved a genuine threat
when these sects began
imitating unsuspecting but
uneducated Muslims into
their fold. It was against
such a background that
Imam Ahmed Raza (radi
Allahu anhu) rose forth to
defend the true Islamic
principles as a scholarly
giant, and in doing so, also
succeeded in securing a
place in the Urdu language
as a literary giant in
Na’athia Kalam.
In typical tyrannical
behaviour, the envious
opponents of the Imam
embarked on futile attempts
at issuing propaganda
aiming to discredit the
Imam by labelling him as an
“innovator” and “mischief
maker”; and announcing that
the sole providers of Islamic
research in the Indo-Pak
sub-continent were the
Deobandi Ulema. It is
interesting to note that
history has proved that the
volume of work the Imam
had completed in Islamic
Research singlehandedly was
beyond the capability of the
entire Deobandi Ulema to
this day.
We thank the Almighty Allah
that as He unfolds the truth
before the masses. Islamic
scholars the world over are
recognising the Imam’s
superiority in issuing
Islamic judicial decrees with
incisiveness and
substantiated detail. Today,
expensive research is being
taken on the Imam’s
writings and decrees the
world over in the Urdu,
Persian, Arabic and English
languages. Special
permissions for such
research were made in
Birmingham University,
England, Holland, India and
Pakistan.
Little publicised is the fact
that Imam Ahmed Raza (radi
Allahu anhu) produced more
researched decrees in
annihilating Bid’at practices
in India in the last century
than any other scholar.
Established anti-Islamic
customs in Muslim society
were accepted without
question until Imam Ahmed
Raza started a reform
campaign armed with
Quranic injunctions and
researched Hadith to wipe
out such customs.
More than just issuing
Fatawas, Imam Ahmed Raza
(radi Allahu anhu) prepared
researched treatises on an
academic level on these
issues which fast saw the
decline of most of the anti-
Islamic practices. To this
day the Muslim masses
benefit from his Fatawa-e-
Razvia, Ahkam-e-Shariat,
Irfaan-e-Shariat, Al Malfooz,
Fatawa-e-Africa, etc. which
deal with deal with almost
every masaa’il of our day-
to-day life.
Imam Ahmed Raza (radi
Allahu anhu) was very
sensitive to the pains and
afflictions that befell the
Muslim Ummah. In this
regard he used every
scholarly resource at his
disposal to assist the
Muslims regain their honour
in the face of all anti-
Islamic forces.
In his Hada’iq-e-Bakshish he
wrote an entire nazm
“Soona Jungle” warning the
Muslims about safeguarding
their Imaan. This Nazm
became very popular with
the masses as its clear
message was arranged in a
style that appealed to the
masses. It should be the
duty of the Ulema and
organisers of Meelad to
popularise this Nazm in our
society as it stirs up the
fear of Almighty Allah and
the Aakirah in the minds of
the listeners.

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Posted 11 August 2014 - 04:51 PM

GREAT BREAKTHROUGH AT
THE AL AHZAR UNIVERSITY:

The famous Al Azhar
University in Cairo, Egypt
has granted permission for
a graduate to research on
the topic of A’la Hazrat,
Imam Ahmed Raza (radi
Allahu anhu) and his
services for Hanafi Fiqah.
This research is towards the
M.Phil. Degree and Mustaq
Ahmed Shah of Pakistan is
doing this research.

IMAM AHMED RAZA AND
MEDICINE (TIBB): Hakeem
Mohammed Saeed Dehlwi,
the founder of Madinatul
Hikmat University, Karachi
(Research Centre for Unani
Medicine) and owner of
Hamdard Dawa Khana did
research and compiled A’la
Hazrat’s (radi Allahu anhu)
theory about medicine. The
book is titled, “Imam Ahmed
Raza aur Fann Tibb,” and is
printed and published in
Pakistan.

IMAM AHMED RAZA
FOUNDATION: The IARF was
recently established in the
Kerala State India to
research and propagate the
teachings of Imam Ahmed
Raza (radi Allahu anhu).

NEW TRANSLATIONS OF
IMAM AHMED RAZA
PUBLISHED: The “Islamic
Times” of the U.K. has
recently published two
articles by A’la Hazrat (radi
Allahu anhu). These are: (1)
“A Commentary upon Paper
Currency Notes,” which was
researched and translated
by Dr. Muhammad A. Junejo
and (2) “Imam Ahmed Raza
and Topology,” by Dr. Abdul
Naim Azizi of Jasoli, Bareilly
Shareef.

HISTORIC A’LA HAZRAT
MAZAAR STAMP PRINTED BY
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA: The
Postal Services Department
of the Indian government
have acknowledged the
Islamic and Academic
services of the great
Mujaddid (Reviver) of Islam,
A’la Hazrat, Imam Ahmed
Raza Khan Al-Qaderi (radi
Allahu anhu). They have
printed a new Indian stamp
portraying the Mazaar
Shareef of A’la Hazrat (radi
Allahu anhu) in full colour.
The words “A’la Hazrat
Barelvi” have been printed
along the side of the stamp
in English and Hindi. This
stamp is currently being
sold at all Post Offices in
India. This is India’s way of
saluting a great genius and
Islamic scholar of his time,
A’la Hazrat (radi Allahu
anhu).

RESEARCH WORK ON IMAM
AHMED RAZA KHAN : Hazrat
Maulana Ahmed Raza Khan,
an eminent jurist, also
known as A’la Hazrat (radi
Allahu anhu) was born at
Bareilly, India in 1856. He
completed the Holy Quran
at the age of four and
became astonishingly well-
versed in more than fifty
branches of learning,
pertaining to Ancient
Sciences, Current Sciences
and Oriental Learnings and
left contributions in all
these academic disciplines.
At Makkah Mu’azzama and
Madina Munawwara, he was
visited by many scholars
who received diplomas and
fatawas from him. Due to
his distinction in this field,
the Islamic world
acknowledged him as a
great Jurist. The renowned
poet of the East, Dr. Allama
Iqbal, remarked, “Such a
genius and intelligent Jurist
did not emerge.” Despite
being well-versed in scores
of branches of knowledge,
he restricted his interest to
the following branches:
1. To support and defend
the Holy Prophet (sallal
laahu alaihi wasallam).
2. To uproot the innovations
prevalent in the Muslim
society.
3. To issue fatawa according
to the Hanafi School of
Jurisprudence.
In short, he was a Jurist,
Theologian and a Reformer
whose life revolved around
the motto “Love the Holy
Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi
wasallam).” In recognition
of this eminent
personalities life, the
following researches are
being carried out by these
individuals, amongst others:
1. Dr. Usha Sanyal, Ph.D
Colombia University,
“Ahmed Raza and the Ahle-
Sunnat Wa Jamaat
Movement (1921-1947)”,
Oxford University, Press,
New Delhi.
2. Dr. Ghulaam Qureshi
Dastageer, who translated
A’la Hazrat’s Qalaam in
English which was published
in the “Islamic Times” U.K.
3. Muhammed Muazzam Ali
who wrote “Fundamental
Faith of Islam -Treaties of
Ahmed Raza”
4. Prof. J.M. Baljo of Leiden
University, Holland, who
presented and delivered
research material on A’la
Hazrat at an international
forum.
5. British scholar, Dr
Muhammad Haroon, who
has compiled a thesis on
“The World Importance of
Imam Ahmed Raza Khan
Bareilly.”



RESEARCH AND
TRANSLATION OF A’LA
HAZRAT’S WORKS : A’la
Hazrat, Imam Ahmed Raza
Khan (radi Allahu anhu), the
Muslim Revivalist (Mujaddid)
of the previous Islamic
Century, wrote and
compiled numerous
commentaries and treatises
on various topics. As an
author, Imam Ahmed Raza
Khan Al-Qaderi (radi Allahu
anhu) has left to his credit
more than a thousand books
on fifty different subjects
ranging from Tafseer, Logic,
Grammar, Literature,
Islamic Jurisprudence,
Education, Sociology,
Astronomy, Mathematics,
Physics, History, Science of
History, Engineering,
Biographies, Philosophy,
Mysticism to Persian,
Arabic, Urdu and Hindi
Literature. His poetry
includes such works as
“Mustapha Jaan-e-Rahmat.”
At present, many Islamic
and Western universities,
colleges and Darul Uloom’s,
throughout the world, are
researching and translating
the works of this great
Muslim scholar. Some of the
countries in which research
is being carried out are:
India, Pakistan, United
States of America, England,
Holland, Saudi Arabia, Egypt
and South Africa. Perhaps
one of his more famous
scientific theories lies in his
proof that the sun and
other bodies revolve around
the earth!

UNIVERSITIES CONDUCTING
RESEARCH ON A’LA HAZRAT’S
WORKS : More than twenty
five Universities throughout
the world are actively
researching the works of the
great Islamic Scholar and
Saint, A’la Hazrat (radi
Allahu anhu).

“KANZUL IMAAN” NOW
AVAILABLE : “Kanzul Imaan”,
the internationally
renowned Urdu translation
of the Holy Quran by A’la
Hazrat, Imam Ahmed Raza
Khan Al-Qaderi (radi Allahu
anhu) has been translated
into the English language by
many Islamic scholars.
This momentous task was
first undertaken by
Professor Fatimi, a highly
acclaimed academic of the
University of Kuwait. He had
it published in Karachi,
Pakistan. The second
translation was undertaken
by Professor Shah Fareedul
Haq of Pakistan and was
published in India and
Pakistan. The commentary
notes on “Kanzul Imaan” by
Sadrul Faadhil, Maulana
Na’eemuddeen Muradabadi
(rahmatullah alaihi) has
been translated into the
English language by Dr.
Professor Majeedullah of
Lahore, Pakistan.
A’la Hazrat, Imam Ahmed
Raza’s (radi Allahu anhu)
translation of the Holy
Quran – “Kanzul Imaan” – is
now available from our
offices. This translation of
the Holy Quran is in the
English language, but is
without a commentary
(Tafseer). It is a must in
every Muslim home.

KANZUL IMAAN IN SINDHI :
The Urdu translation of the
Quran, “Kanzul Imaan” by
A’la Hazrat, Imam Ahmed
Raza Khan (radi Allahu anhu)
has been translated into the
Sindhi language by Mufti
Muhammad Raheem
Sikandari.


KANZUL IMAN – HOLY
QURAN IN CREOLE
LANGUAGE : In Mauritius A’la
Hazrat’s Kanzul Iman has
been translated into the
Creole language, thanks to
the combined effort of
Maulana Mansoor and
Maulana Najeeb of
Mauritius. This historic
translation of the Holy
Quran was first published
on 17-01-96 under the
guidance and patronage of
the Khatib of the Jaame
Masjid Mauritius, Hazrat
Allama Shameem Ashraf
Azhari. Many Ulema and
politicians also partook in
this great service. The
translation was greatly
welcomed and accepted by
all.

NEW RESEARCH MATERIAL
ON A’LA HAZRAT (RADI
ALLAHU ANHU): Three new
research thesis on A’la
Hazrat (radi Allahu anhu) by
Professor Dr. Muhammad
Mas’ood Ahmad was
published in Pakistan. Two
of his books, viz.
“Fundamental Faith of
Islam” and “Imam Ahmad
Raza – The Reformer of the
Muslim World”, are in
English and one in Arabic.
Whilst numerous books and
research on A’la Hazrat (radi
Allahu anhu) has been
published in Urdu, only a
limited material is available
in English and Arabic. This
move is, therefore, greatly
encouraged. (Ashrafia
Monthly Mubarakpur)

PH.D ON A’LA HADRAT:
Twenty-one (21) Scholars in
Pakistan have completed
their research works on A’la
Hadrat (radi Allahu anhu)
and have received their
Doctrate. Amongst them
were:
1. Professor Dr Hafiz Abdul
Baari Siddiqi
2. Professor Dr Majeedullah
Qaaderi, who is also doing a
indepth research on the
works of A’la Hadrat (radi
Allahu anhu).

FATAWA RADAWIYYAH :
Alhamdulillah, eleven
volumes of A’la Hazrat’s
(radi Allahu anhu) scholarly
work “Fatawa Radawiyyah”
has now been published by
Darul Uloom Amjadiya
under the expert
supervision of Qari Raza-ul-
Mustapha Azmi. This famous
work, which contains
hundreds of questions and
answers pertaining to
almost every aspect of
Islamic life, is in the Urdu
language.
T.V. DOCUMENTARY ON A’LA
HAZRAT : An investigative
and informative
documentary on the life and
services of A’la Hazrat (radi
Allahu anhu) was broadcast
by the National Pakistan
Television. It was featured
as a special programme of
“Television Encyclopedia.”
This programme was
unanimously applauded and
due to popular public
demand it was presented
once again on the occasion
of Urs-e-Razvi.
Consequently, a learned and
well-known scholar of
“Razviat,” Sayyed Aarif Ali
Razvi, of Kalyaan Bombay
has exhorted the
Doordarshan, India’s state
television channel, to
present an indepth
documentary on the life of
Imam Ahmed Raza (radi
Allahu anhu).


A’LA HAZRAT’S HISTORY
INCLUDED IN
ENCYCLOPEDIA : The Islamic
book publications section of
the Punjab University is to
launch a new Urdu
Encyclopedia of Islam. In
the 10th volume, pages 278
to 287, incorporates a brief
history of the life and works
of A’la Hazrat, Imam-e-Ahle
Sunnat, Imam Ahmed Raza
Khan (radi Allahu anhu). This
brief history was prepared
by Professor Dr Muhammad
Ma’sud Ahmed, M.A. Phd.,
on the request of Dr.Sayed
Abdullah.
RESEARCH ON A’LA HAZRAT’S
“FAUZ-E-MOBEEN “: Scientists
from the Allama Iqbal Open
University in Islamabad have
taken a keen interest in
researching A’la Hazrat’s
(radi Allahu anhu) “Fauz-e-
Mobeen” which deals with
the movement of the sun
and planets around the
earth. At present, research
is about to commence on
the subject.
CHRISTIAN CONVERTS TO
ISLAM AFTER READING
“KANZUL IMAAN“: In 1974,
Dr. Hannif Faatimi of
London University brought
the Professor of Kuwait an
English translation of
“Kanzul Imaan” (A’la
Hazrat’s translation of the
Holy Quran) for printing.
Prof. Faatimi at that time
had met a Christian scholar
who had revealed that he
was interested in reading
more about Islam. Prof.
Faatimi was two-minded
about giving him an English
copy of Kanzul Imaan.
Eventually, he gave him a
copy to read. The Christian
scholar, after reading this
translation, accepted Islam.
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