Aleemiyah Institute of Islamic Studies

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Aleemiyah Institute of Islamic Studies
جامعہ علیمیہ اسلامیہ
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Seal of Aleemiyah Institute of Islamic Studies
Motto ليتفقهوا في الدين (Arabic)
Motto in English "They could devote themselves to studies in religion"
Established July 1964
Location Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Affiliations University of Karachi
Website www.aleemiyah.com

The Aleemiyah Institute of Islamic Studies (Urdu: جامعہ علیمیہ اسلامیہ‎) (or Islamic Center) is a university of Islamic & Modern Sciences located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.[1][2] This institution is run by the World Federation of Islamic Missions.

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The Aleemiyah Institute of Islamic Studies was established in July 1964 by Dr. Muhammad Fazlur Rahman al-Ansari al-Qadri,[3] the Founder President of the World Federation of Islamic Missions. Trinidadian Imran Nazar Hosein a notable outstanding scholar of Islam completed his studies at the institute.[4]

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