Syed Faiz-ul Hassan Shah
|Syed Faiz-Ul-Hasan Shah|
|Died||22 February 1984|
|School||Ahl as-Sunnah wa’l-Jamā‘h|
|Hadith, oratory, Tasawwuf, and Islamic Philosophy|
Syed Faiz-ul Hassan Shah also known as Hazrat Khatib ul Islam was a Pakistani Islamic religious scholar. He was born in Allo Mahar Sharif, tehsil Daska, Sialkot District, in what was then British India.
He died in Allo Mahar Sharif.
He was the son of Syed Muhammad Hussain Shah, honorary magistrate in Sialkot in British India, grandson of Pir Syed Amin Shah mujadadi and great-grandson of Pir Syed Muhammad Channan Shah Nuri. He had five sons:
- Pir Syed Khalid Hasan Shah, Succeeded his father as leader of the family, died in 1991
- Syed Iftekhar Ul Hasan Shah Zahray Shah, prominent Pakistani politician
- Syed Barkat Ul Hasan Shah
- Syed Sajjad Ul Hasan Shah, died 20 December 2011
- Syed Zahid Ali Shah, died in 2007
He also had three daughters. His grandson Pir Syed Murtaza Amin Shah is currently the religious leader of the Allomahar movement of Islamic scholars and delivers lectures in different parts of the world.
The Preaching of Islam by Sir Thomas W. Arnold and Langue la literature Hindoustanies de 1850 à 1869 by M.J.H. Garcin de Tassy. The most well-known treatises and reports are written by the authors of the early period are:
- Kawajgan e Naqshband (book name) chapter Allo Mahar Sharif.
- Arbab e Waliyat (book name) Chapter Kwaja Nur Muhammad chhrahi's caliph
- Auliya e pothohar (book name) chapter caliph's of chura sharif.
- Amir e Karwan Syed Faiz ul Hasan shah written by Shaik gulam nabi.
- Tareekh e Ahrar chapter Syed Faiz ul Hassan shah.
- Mashaikh e Maharvia (under publish) written by Dr.Rizwan Sarwar Ch.
- Maharvia number written by Pir Saeed Ahmad Mujadadi.
- Muqalat e abu-ulbayan written by pir saeed ahmad mujadadi.