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Tariq Jamil
طارق جمیل
Maulana Tariq Jamil.png
Personal
Born (1953-10-01) 1 October 1953 (age 67)[1]
ReligionIslam
DenominationSunni
JurisprudenceHanafi
MovementTablighi Jamaat
Alma materJamia Arabia, Raiwind
YouTube information
Channel
Years active2017 — Present
Subscribers4.88 Million
(3 March 2021)
Total views323,799,371
(3 March 2021)
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers 2018
YouTube Gold Play Button 2.svg 1,000,000 subscribers 2019
Muslim leader
AwardsPride of Performance (2020, 2021)
Websitetariqjamilofficial.com

Tariq Jamil (born 1 October 1953[1]), also known as Maulana Tariq Jamil, is a Pakistani Islamic television preacher, religious writer, scholar and a member of the Tablighi Jamaat.[2][3]

Early life and education[edit]

Tariq Jamil was born on 1 October 1953 in Mian Channu, Pakistan.[1] Jamil belongs to the Sahu subtribe of Chauhan Rajputs. His family was the ruler of Tulamba during the reign of Sher Shah Suri and the lands around Tulamba were distributed by the same family.[4]

He completed primary education from Central Model School, Lahore. Jamil is an alumnus of Government College University, Lahore. He received his Islamic education from Jamia Arabia, Raiwind, where he studied Qur’an, Hadith, Sufism, logic, and Islamic jurisprudence.[3][5]

Jamil enrolled in King Edward Medical College after finishing pre-medical from Government College Lahore, but his desire for religious education prevailed, so he left King Edward without completing MBBS.[6][5]

Career[edit]

Tariq Jamil has delivered religious sermons internationally and comes from a school of thought called Deobandi.[7] He supports ethnic and sectarian harmony.[8][9]

Jamil's sermons focus on "self-purification, avoidance of violence, observance of Allah’s orders and pursuing the way of Prophet Muhammad."[3]

Jamil has been named continuously as one as of The 500 Most Influential Muslims in the world by the Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought in Jordan from 2013 to 2019.[3] [10] [11]

MTJ Clothing Brand[edit]

MTJ official logo

He has also launched his clothing brand in 2021. [12] [13] Tariq Jamil's brand in the start will sell only shalwar kameez and kurtas, this clothing is another project by him as per his interview with different news channel the aim to start this brand is nothing but to finance Madrassah and for social work.[14][15][16] A grand ceremony of brand launch arranged in DHA area Karachi, different news anchors, including Waseem Badami and politicians participate in the opening ceremony of the brand.[17][18][19][20] Imran Khan (Prime minister of Pakistan) also sends good wishes to him through senator Faisal Vawda at the opening ceremony in Karachi. [17] He shares a video message from his official Twitter account that he has no aim to open a business as a source of personal maintenance or earn money from this brand, all the money from this brand will be used to fund madrassah and social work.[21][22]

Molana Tariq Jamil Foundation[edit]

MTJ Foundation is a Non-Profit organization situated in his home town Tulamba, Khanewal. It is another project by him that gathers funds for the purpose of social work,health and education to serve the people of Pakistan.[23] MTJ Foundation Launch following three projects 1- Health [24] 2- Community service [25] 3- Education [26]

MTJ foundation

Influenced[edit]

Tariq Jamil has influenced Junaid Jamshed, cricketer Inzamam Ul Haq, cricketer Saeed Anwar, actress and host Veena Malik.[27][28][29][30] He influenced famous Pakistani actor Imran Abbas , as he meets Tariq Jamil and mention that he is an inspirational man through his social media account.[31]

Awards[edit]

In 2020, the government of Pakistan awarded him Pride of Performance, a national literary award presented by the president.[32]

In 2021, President of Pakistan awarded him the Presidential Award for the “Pride Of Performance” on March 23 [33][34] [35][36][37][38][39][40]

International Tours & Followers[edit]

Molana Tariq Jamil is believed to have followers all over the world, His speeches are also listened all over the world.[41][42] Tariq Jamil often travel to many countries include Canada,UK,Australia & India as well to spread of message of islam. (Tabligh).[43].He was invited to deliver speech at RIS ( Reviving the Islamic Spirit) in Toronto,Ontario,Canada. [44][45] During his visit to Canada, he addresses to Canadian Parliament.[46] Mark Holland (Chief Government Whip in the House of Commons of Canada) & Anita Vandenbeld (Member of Canadian's Parliament )tweet that it was a honour to have the company of Tariq Jamil.[47][48] He travel to UK and address to general public on 29th March 2019 at Glasgow Central Mosque.[49] He traveled to Australia, during his visit he was hosted by Onepath Network in Sydney on 07 October 2019. [50] Al Siraat College[51] also invited him in Melbourne to speak to the community and deliver the message of islam.[52]

Tariq jamil at RIS Canada.jpeg

Islamic Relief recently announced that his UK tour is canceled due to Covid 19 pandemic. This tour was scheduled between 21st-28th March 2020. [53]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Jamil, Tariq (2014). مجموعہ بیعتِ جمیل [Majmua Bayanat-e-Jameel] (in Urdu). ISBN 978-9691199361.
  • ————— (2014). ہمارے مسائل کا ہال [Hamare Masail Ka Hal] (in Urdu). HarperCollins. ISBN 978-9697378951.
  • ————— (2018). گلدستا ئِ اہل بیت [Guldasta-e-Ahle Bayt] (in Urdu). Pakistan Daily.[54]

References[edit]

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