Qamar-ul Huda is an American religious scholar. He is a senior program officer in the United States Institute of Peace Religion and Peacemaking program. He is the author of "Striving for Divine Union: Spiritual Exercises for Suhrawardi Sufis". He wrote a personal account of the new demands for his expertise following the attack on the USA on September 11, 2001. He was one of three American Professors of Religion who drafted letters to be submitted to Murat Kurnaz's Administrative Review Board. Their letter assured his Board that the Islamic missionary group Tablighi Jamaat was a peaceful apolitical group. Kurnaz's affiliation with Tablighi Jamaat was one of the justifications for his continued detention in the Guantanamo Bay detainment camps, in Cuba.
- ^ Official biograph: Qamar-Ul Huda Archived September 14, 2006, at the Wayback Machine., Boston College
- ^ Guide to Specialists: Qamar-ul Huda Archived November 14, 2006, at the Wayback Machine., United States Institute of Peace Religion and Peacemaking program
- ^ Qamar-ul Huda, Since 9/11, a scholar of Islam finds himself in demand -- for the wrong reasons, originally published in the Los Angeles Times, February 29, 2004
- ^ </noinclude> letter on behalf of Murat Kurnaz from pages 93-95 of Transcript Set 5 of the OARDEC's Administrative Review Boards