Hafezzi Huzur

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Muhammadullah Hafezzi Huzur
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Hafezzi Huzur was delivering speech in a seminar.
Personal Details
Born Muhammadullah
Ludhua, Raipur, Lakkhipur, Bangladesh
Died May 6, 1987
Resting place Kamrangirchar
Nationality Bangladeshi
Ethnicity Asian
Occupation Islamic Scholar,Politician
Religion Islam
Jurisprudence Hanafi
Movement Deobandi
Main interest(s) Islamic Politics, Sufism
Notable work(s) Revolution in Islamic politics in Bangladesh

Mawlana Mohammadullah, popularly known as Hafezzi Huzur,[1] was a Bangladeshi politician, leading Islamic person and founder of Bangladesh Khilafat Andolan.[2] He was a candidate for president of Bangladesh in 1981 and 1986. In 1981 he finished third, with 1.79% of the vote,[2] and in 1986 he finished second with 5.69%.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Islam, Syed Serajul (Feb 1987). "Bangladesh in 1986: Entering a New Phase". Asian Survey. 27 (2): 168. doi:10.1525/as.1987.27.2.01p0026u. 
  2. ^ a b Ahamed, Emajuddin; D. R. J. A. Nazneen (Aug 1990). "Islam in Bangladesh: Revivalism or Power Politics?". Asian Survey. 30 (8): 802. doi:10.2307/2644499.