Allama Khalid Mahmood

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Dr Allama Justice Khalid Mahmood (Rtd)

Allama Khalid Mahmud (Allama Khalid Mahmood, علّامہ خالد محمود) is an Islamic scholar following the Deobandi school of thought. He is one of the senior scholars of Dar ul Uloom Ta'leemud - Din Dabhel. He served as justice of Supreme court of Pakistan (Shariat Appellate Bench).[1] He is also director of the Islamic Academy of Manchester UK.[2] He is the patron of many Islamic organizations and research foundations. He is also known for his remarkable knowledge on fiqh issues and comparative religions عصری ادیان such as Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and many others. He is an expert in many fields of Islamic knowledge, including Jurisprudence (fiqh) فقہ, hadith حدیث, Logic منطق, debate مناظرہ, and many more. He also held a number of positions on the Shariah Boards of prestigious Islamic institutions, and is one of the most influential Islamic scholars outside Pakistan.

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  • Allama Khalid Mahmud has authored over 50 books including:
    1. Khulafai-Rasheedin (2 volumes) خلفائے راشدین
    2. Mutalia-e-Barailviat (9 Volumes) مطالعۂ بریلویت
    3. Aathar ut Tanzel (2 volumes) آثار التنزیل
    4. Aathar ul Hadith (2 volumes) آثار الحدیث
    5. Aathar ul Tashree (2 volumes) آثار التشریع
    6. Aathar ul Ihsan (2 volumes) آثار الاحسان
    7. Muqam e Hayat مقامِ حیات
    8. Abqat عبقات
    9. Aqeedat-ul-Umat (عقیدہ الامت (ختم نبوت مطالعہ قادیانیت جلد۱
    10. Aqeeda Khair Ul Umam (عقیدہ خیر الامم (حضرت عیسیٰ بن مریم مطالعہ قادیانیت جلد۲

Video Lectures[edit]

Over 100 of which can be found on YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/user/messagetvdottv/search?query=allama+khalid+mahmood

https://www.youtube.com/user/amirliaqatbharwa/search?query=Allama+Dr+Khalid+Mahmood

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rtl46Y0mIyk&t=1905s

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kamran, Mohammad (3 December 2003). "SC Shariat Bench to hear appeal on presidential remissions today". Daily Times. Pakistan. Archived from the original on 17 August 2010. Retrieved 17 August 2010.
  2. ^ http://www.islamicacademy.eu

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