Jamia Islamia Yunusia, Brahmanbaria
|Established||1914 (1328 Hijri)|
Jamia Islamia Yunusia, Brahmanbaria, also known as Brahmanbaria Yunusia Madrasah, is one of the Qawmi Jamiahs of Bangladesh. It was established by Abu Taher Muhammad Yunus, after whom the Madrasah is named, in 1914. Then it was headed by another Deobandi scholar Fakhre Bangal Allama Tazul Islam. As of 1998, it controlled most of the other madrasahs in Brahmanbaria.
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