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  1. The system of Darululoom Nadwatul Ulama. In 1950 or 1951, my father said that after the creation of Pakistan, we do not need Aligarh, Nadwa, or Deoband (education systems), rather we need a different education system that follows through from our predecessors (aslaf). It was strange for people to hear that a Grand Mufti of Deoband would say ...

  2. The Muslim as a global citizen. In fact, no community is perhaps more prepared and equipped to live in a Global Village than the Muslim Ummah and Nation. The guidance Muslims have to live amongst people of other faiths and tribal systems is a perfect model for this time, and for any time to come, even if the world one day became united by a ...

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  4. Sep 16, 2012 · Yes, the reaction should be against the. people responsible. Rioting, looting and destruction, killing those. granted protection by the state, aside from being against the Sunnah. is a waste of time and energy and doesn’t achieve the objective. The. objective being bringing these criminals to justice and putting a.

  5. Mar 27, 2016 · The system was designed as such to provide obligatory education to everyone, and then for higher studies in religion, the student would take relevant classes and for mathematics, medicine or other worldly sciences; the student would take those classes within the same al-Qarawiyyīn University. Similar was the case in Zaytūnah University (in ...

  6. Mar 28, 2017 · Talk by Shaykh al-Islam Mufti Taqi Usmani Translated by Umer Ansari [After salutations, peace and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad] Peace be upon you all, The President of the University (Darul-‘Ulum Karachi), Grand Mufti of Pakistan, my respected brother Mufti Rafi’ ‘Uthmani has stated on numerous occasions, and I have also been able to mention this…

  7. Mar 06, 2006 · Thank you for joining us today. Remarks. YITZHAK NAKASH:Thank you very much. Good evening. Thank you, Joanne, for your kind words. I am delighted to be here. When U.S. Marines stormed into Baghdad in April 2003, there was strong anticipation of political change among Shi'is in Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East.

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