23 June 1953
Mian Channu, Khanewal, Pakistan
|Movement||Deobandi, Tablighi Jamaat|
|Main interest(s)||Shari'a, Hadith, Islamic finance, Tafsir, Sufism|
|Alma mater||Jamia Arabia, Raiwind (near Lahore, Pakistan)|
Tariq Jameel (Urdu: مولانا طارق جمیل ; born 1 January 1953), commonly referred to as Maulana Tariq Jameel, is a Pakistani Islamic scholar from Tulamba near Mian Channu in Khanewal, Punjab. He is a member of Tablighi Jamaat and a Deobandi scholar who runs a Madrasa in Faisalabad, Pakistan. His audio lectures are made available on the internet by his fans.
Education and career
Tariq Jameel belongs to a zamindar (landlord) family. He was a former medical student from Lahore. Later, he received his Islamic education from Jamia Arabia, Raiwind. He frequently visits places to deliver Islamic speeches at rallies that include wide range of people.
|“||Differences in beliefs don't mean people should kill each other, Islam doesn't allow this||”|
—Tariq Jameel, 
He is listed as a popular speaker in the 2013/2014 edition of the book, "The 500 Most Influential Muslims".
On 4 November 2014, he called on Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif at the latter's residence Jati Umra, and extended the invitation to participate in annual Tableeghi Ijtima to be held in Raiwind Markaz.
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