Maulana Sami ul Haq

پښتو :: پښتانه :: پښتونخواه :: پښتونوالی

Maulana Sami ul Haq,
Published in Khyber.ORG on Friday, September 16 2005 (http://www.khyber.org)


Latest Updates

Frequent Keywords

history marwat afghanistan pashto india peshawar geneology afghan culture british afghans khyber kabul folklore baloch


Maulana Sami ul Haq

Publishing Date: Friday, September 16 2005

Maulana Sami ul Haq- A living legend, was born on 18th September 1937 in a religious family famous to serve Islam from many generations. He started acquiring his education from Jamia Dar-ul-Uloom Haqania and completed Dora-e-Hadees in 1957. Later, he studied Dora-e-Tafseer from Sheikh-ul-Tafseer, Hazrat Maulana Ahmed Ali Lahori. His journey of exploring Islam continued under the guidance of his father Hazrat Sheikh-ul-hadees- Maulana Abdul Haq and a list of great Islamic scholars of the time including Sheikh Alvi Maliki- Muhaddis Kaamil from Mackah.

He started imparting his knowledge of Hadees immediately after the completion of studies in 1958, and for the last 44 years this noble mission is being fueled by Maulana sami ul aHaq and there are thousands of his students serving for the same noble cause. Meanwhile, In 1965, he initiated an Islamic Magazine Al Haq that is still glittering. He has authored many thought provoking books as well including "Shariat bill ka maarika".

Maulana Sami ul haq has a big name on the canvas of Pakistani Political history. He has been an eminent member of the Majlis-e-Shoora Pakistan besides being an active member of other international Islamic associations. He played a leading role in the Nizam Mustafa Movement in 1977. He effectively dealt with the Dr. Faizie Rehman- the mouthpiece of Ayub Khan's Modernisms. He was at the press front of the movement launched against Qadianism while giving expression to the parliamentary activities about Qadiani movement and broght the members of other forums to a collective point of agreement. In 1986, Maulana Sami ul Haq intiated a historic move by presenting shariat Bill in the Parliament to promulgate shariat laws in the country. After years of discussions, the senate finally passed the bill.

In view of sectarian differences and terrorist activities resulting huge problem of law and order and bloodshed, he has been successful in bringing the leaders of different schools of thought at one plateform and still serving as secretary general for the National Solidarity Council. Today he is greatly valued in the circle of Islamic intellectuals home and abroad.

Comments

Comments powered by Disqus

Maulana Sami ul Haq,
Published in Khyber.ORG on Friday, September 16 2005 (http://www.khyber.org)