Ahsan-Ul-Uloom

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Ahsan-Ul-Uloom
Established 1978
Type Public, Islamic
Religious affiliation Darul Uloom Deoband
Sheikh (chief) Mufti Zar Wali Khan
Students 1000+
Location Karachi, Pakistan
Affiliations Wifaq ul Madaris
Website www.ahsanululoom.com

Jamiah Arabia Ahsan-Ul-Uloom is an international Sunni[1] Islamic educational institute located in Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is regarded as one of the most established madrassas[2] because of its teachings that mainly focuss on understanding the Fiqh and refraining from performing Bid‘ah.

Jamiah Ahsan-Ul-Uloom was founded by Maulana Mufti Zar Wali Khan in 1398 A.H. (corresponding to 1978 CE). It is affiliated to Ittehad Tanzeematul Madaris-e-Deeniya (ITMD), a confederacy of five religious education boards.[3] At 3 December 2012 its teacher of Daura hadith class Maulana Ismail was martyred by un known persons at abul hasan asfani road.

Departments[edit]

Deobandi Movement
Jameah Darul Uloom Deoband.jpg

Key figures

Qasim Nanotvi · Rashid Gangohi
Husain Madani · Mahmud al-Hasan
Shabbir Usmani · Ashraf Ali Thanwi
Anwar Kashmiri · Ilyas Kandhlawi
Ubaidullah Sindhi · Taqi Usmani

Notable Institutions

Darul Uloom Deoband, India
Mazahir Uloom Saharanpur, India
Hathazari Madrassah, Bangladesh
Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama, India
Darul 'Uloom Karachi, Pakistan
Jamia Uloom ul Islamia, Pakistan
Jamiah Darul Uloom Zahedan, Iran
Darul Uloom London, England
Darul Uloom New York, United States
Darul Uloom Canada, Canada
Madrasah In'aamiyyah, South Africa
Darul Uloom Zakariyya, South Africa

Movements

Tablighi Jamaat
Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam
Taliban

  • Department of Tafsir (Tafseer-Ul-Quran)
  • Department of Hadith
  • Department of Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence)
  • Department of Ifta (Islamic Law)
  • Department of Hifz and Nazrah
  • Department of Arabic Language and Literature

See also[edit]

References[edit]

https://www.facebook.com/Jamia.ahsan

  1. ^ 'Double blast kills nine at Islamic school' The Sydney Morning Herald, 9 August 2004
  2. ^ 'Karachi erupts' The Nation, 25 June 2005
  3. ^ Hasan Mansoor, 'Spellbound in Seminaries' 18 June 2006

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