#Sheikh-ul Hadith (Head Department of #Hadith)
He is a nationally acclaimed scholar of Hadith and #Islamic sciences. He
completed #Dars-e-Nizami from the highly reputable institution, #Jamia
Islamia Arabia Anwar ul Uloom, ...Multan and was awarded Shahada alAalamia in Arabic and Islamic Studies by Tanzeem ul Madaris Ahl e
Sunnah, Pakistan in 1987. He studied Arabic literature at Jamia Saddam
(now Baghdad University) in the early 1990s. He spent some time
specifically learning Ilm-e-Meeras (inheritance laws) from Mufti Abdul
Wahid who was the successor to Mufti Siraj Ahmad. A contemporary of
A’ala Hazrat Maulana Ahmad Raza Khan, Mufti Siraj Ahmad was a
towering scholar who was given the title of Siraj-ul-fuqaha by A’ala
Hazrat in recognition of his deep understanding of the discipline of
He started teaching various Islamic disciplines at the Jamia and was soon appointed the Head of the Department of
Hadith, a position he has held since. Alongside his academic activities, he has various administrative
responsibilities: notably, he is the Nazim-e-Aala of the Jamia and Senior Vice President of Tanzeem ul Madaris Ahle-h, Pakistan.
He is serving as a member of the committee constituted under Ministry of Federal Education, to develop a
consensus of translation and commentary of the Holy Qur’an for teaching in the schools under Compulsory
Teaching of the #Holy Qur’an Act 2017.
He has researched extensively on a number of areas and has authored numerous books. He is currently working on
the completion of a magisterial exegesis of the Holy Qur’an that his late father started.
Syed Arshad Saeed Kazmi, Sheikh-ul Hadith (Head Department of Hadith). He is a nationally acclaimed scholar of Hadith and Islamic sciences. He completed Dars-e-Nizami from the highly reputable institution, Jamia Islamia Arabia Anwar ul Uloom, Multan and was awarded Shahada al- Aalamia in Arabic and Islamic Studies by Tanzeem ul Madaris Ahl e Sunnah, Pakistan in 1987.
JAMIA ANWAR UL ULOOM
The traditions set by Jamia Anwar-ul-Uloom are deeply rooted in the quest of Islamic and spiritual knowledge. The journey that spans over three quarters of a century started when a young man from Amroha, who had been treading the path to acquire knowledge, decided it was time to form a base in the city of Multan. And thus the foundation of Jamia Anwar ul Uloom was laid in 1944.