Mustafa Raza Khan Qadri

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Mustafa Raza Khan Qadri Noori
Born 26th Zil Hajj 1310 AH (18 July 1892)
Bareilly
Died 1981[1]
Bareilly
Era Modern
Religion Islam
Jurisprudence Hanafi
Main interest(s) Fiqh, Tafseer, Hadith
Notable work(s) Fatawa Mustawafiyah
Website aalahazrat.org

Mustafa Raza Khan Qadri (1892–1981) was an Indian Muslim scholar and author, and leader of the Barelvi movement following the death of its founder, his father Ahmed Raza Khan.[2] He wrote several books on Islam in Arabic, Urdu, Persian, and announced judgments on several thousand Islamic problems in his compilation of fatawa Fatawa-e-Mustafwia. Thousands of Islamic scholars were counted as his spiritual successors.[3] He was the main leader of the All India Jamaat Raza-e-Mustafa in Bareilly, which opposed the Shuddhi movement to convert Muslims to Hinduism in pre-Partition India.[3][4] During the time of emergency[clarification needed] in India, he issued a fatwa against vasectomy and argued[why?] against then-Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.[5][6]

Works[edit]

Raza Khan wrote a number of books in his lifetime:[7]

  • Fatawa-e-Mustafwia (Judgments of Mustafa Raza)
  • Al Malfoozat of Ala Hazrat (Sayings of Ahmed Raza Khan)
  • Saman-e-Bakhshish (Compilation of Islamic Poetry in the Honor of Prophet Muhammad)[8]
  • Taqiya Baazi (Hidden Faces of Wahhabism)
  • Waqat-us-Sinan، Adkhal-us-Sinan، Qahr Wajid Diyan
  • Turq-ul-Huda Wal Irshad Ilaa Ahkam Al Amara Wal Jehad
  • Tasheeh Yaqeen Bar Khatm-e-Naiyeeen
  • Tardush Shaitan An Sabee Lur Rehman (Fatwa Refuting Government Of Saudi Arabia For Imposing Tax On Pilgrims In 1365 A.H)
  • No Caste is Inferior

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.alahazrat.net/islam/introduction-maulana-mustafa-raza-khan.php
  2. ^ Usha Sanyal. Generational Changes in the Leadership of the Ahl-e Sunnat Movement in North India during the Twentieth Century. Modern Asian Studies (1998), Cambridge University Press.
  3. ^ a b Ridgeon, L. (2015). Sufis and Salafis in the Contemporary Age. Bloomsbury Publishing. p. 187. ISBN 9781472532237. Retrieved 2015-07-28.
  4. ^ Hasan, M.; Jamia Millia Islamia (India). Dept. of History (1985). Communal and pan-Islamic trends in colonial India. Manohar. Retrieved 2015-07-28.
  5. ^ Arun Shourie, The World of Fatwas or the Sharia in Action, pg. 135. ASA Publications, 1995. ISBN 9788190019958
  6. ^ "Shajrah-E-Muqad'das of the Silsila Aaliyah Qaaderiyah Barakaatiyah Radawiyyah" (PDF). 11 April 2011. Retrieved 2015-07-28.
  7. ^ "maulana mufti mustafa raza khan - Nafeislam.Com | Islam | Quran | Tafseer | Fatwa | Books | Audio | Video | Muslim | Sunni - Nafseislam.Com". books.nafseislam.com. Retrieved 2015-07-28.
  8. ^ "Saman-e-Bakhshish - اسلامی شاعری و نعتیہ دیوان - - Sunni Library - Alahazrat Network". alahazratnetwork.org. Retrieved 2015-07-28.

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