نیشنل انسٹیٹویٹ فور فیتھ لیڈرشپ نئی دہلی میں داخلے شروع
Deoband 13,15 Dec 2013 (Fri, Sat)
Leading Indian Islamic organization Jamiat Ulama-I-Hind initiated the World Peace Conference on 13 December 2013 at Deoband. The event marked the centenary celebrations of the Sheikh-Ul Hind Maulana Mahmood Hasan’s Silk Letter Movement. Jamiat Ulama-I-Hind celebrated the 100th year of Silk Letter Movement by organizing functions and seminars around the country.
The 2-day Conference at Deoband was organized by the Sheikhul-Hind Educational Charitable Trust, a satellite organization of Jamiat led by Maulana Qari Muhammad Usman and Maulana Mahmood Madani.
The World Peace Conference is an initiative to establish a positive dialogue through mutual understanding of Islam. The conference was attended by prominent Ulama and Muslim delegations from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Maldives and some other countries.
The first session of the Conference was presided over by Maulana Mohammad Salim Qasmi, Mohtamim Darul Uloom (Wakf) Deoband. Mufti Abdul Rahman from Bangladesh and Mufti Mohammad Rizwee from Sri Lanka were the guests of honor.
Facilitated by Maulana Mohammad Salman Bijnori, Darul Uloom Deoband, the first session addressed the 'Role of Ulema in the freedom of India and other Countries', and the 'Duties and role of Ulama to establish peace'. Maulana Riyasat Ali Bijnori, Darul Uloom Deoband delivered the Keynote Address.
The Second Session was Presided by Hazrat Mufti Abul Qasim Noumani Sb. (Mohtamim Darul Uloom Deoband), and featured Maulana Fazlur Rahman and Maulana Abdul Razzaq Sikander from Pakistan and Mufti Noor Mohammad from Burma as guests of honor. The session addressed 'Intra community bonding in the light of Islamic values and rights of neighbors propounded by Islam', with an emphasis on terrorism, communalism and violent conflict among Muslim groups groups and denominations. Mufti Mohammad Salman Mansoorpuri, Madrasa Shahi Moradabad and Maulana Khalilur Rahman Sajjad Noumani delivered the session's Keynote address.
The World Peace Conference seeks to highlight the role and duties of the Ulama, in the larger context of establishing national peace and harmonious relations with the community, with an Islamic perspective to address issues like communal conflict between religions and various Muslim theological groups, and social evils like sexual exploitation, alcoholism, and drugs.
The conference concluded on deliberating a strong stance against terrorism across the world. International scholars unanimously gave their support to a fatwa against terrorism in conclusion to the World Peace Conference. The fatwa issued by Darul Uloom Deoband declares Islam's vision to end terrorism with a message of global peace, and is a significant step towards promoting Islam's belief that terrorism should be eradicated.
After receiving international consensus for disassociating the image of terror from the peaceful identity of Islam, over 200 Ulama from the UK, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, The Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have added their support to the fatwa. The conference therefore marked an international declaration to establish and maintain peace and harmony.
The resolutions made after extensive deliberation at the two day event will be announced as “Aman Ka Paigaam” (Message of Peace), at Ramlila Maidan (New Delhi) on 15 December 2013 Sunday. The event is expected to be attended by more than 1,00,000 Muslims from all walks of life and will witness them to take a pledge of peace.
29 Shaban 1434 / 09 July 2013 Tuesday
The ‘Rooyat Hilal Committee’ Darul Uloom Deoband announced that the moon was not sighted on 29th Shaban; therefore 10 July will be 30th day of Shaban and the holy month of Ramadhan will start from 11 July 2013 Thursday.
May Allah make Ramadhan a source of piety, virtue, peace and spiritual progress for all! Amen!
Imam Muhammad Qasim al-Nanawtawi International Institute of Islamic Thought (معھد الامام محمد قاسم النانوتوی العالمی للفکر الاسلامی) based in Deoband sought applications from students and graduates apiring to get admission in the institute.
In 1866 CE Deoband became the center of Islamic Intellectual revolution led by Al-Nanawtawi, in the year 2012 CE Imam Muhammad Qasim Al-Nanawtawi International Institute of Islamic Thought has been established for reviving Al-Nanawtawi’s legacy.
Al-Nanawtawi’s Deoband movement reinstated the legacy of Shah Wali-Allah of Delhi. Thus, Deoband became center of post-colonial India’s first Sunni Islamic intellectual revolution.
The establishment of IMQIIIT is the renaissance of Islamic intellectualism and Islamic thought in Indian subcontinent.
IMQIIIT aims to introduce the thoughts and revolutionary literature of Deobandi Ulama to the Islamic/Arab and the Western communities of the scholars. Worldwide scholar community and especially those inspired by Al-Nanawtawi’s Deoband movement are wholeheartedly welcome for their intellectual contribution.
IMQIIIT offers post-graduate study programs and research in Islamic Thought.
Website: www.islamicthought.edu.in / www.qasim-deoband.com
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Markazul Maarif with its sattelite combined institutions held an entrance test in New Delhi & Mumbai simultaneously on 23, 24 July 2011 for two-year Diploma in English in which around 400 candiadates participated. Out of the total 300 plus graduates of different madrasas specially Darul Uloom Deoband, 150 were selected for Final and Waiting list. The waiting list students can be given admission in case some seats fall vacant.
Markazul Ma’arif Education & Research Centre (MMERC) selected 45 students (30 Final and 15 Waiting), Markaz-e Islami Ankleashwar Gujarat 18, Madrasa Sulaimania Kandhla Muzaffar Nagar 40, Ma’hadul Lughah Manakmau Saharanpur 21, Ma’hadul Imam Shah Waliullah Jamia Nagar, New Delhi 35, and Jamia Jalalia Hojai Assam 8.
The studnets can contact their respective institutions at the contact numbers provided at the back of their Admid Card. The students of Final List are required to report in their respective institutions on 10th Shawwal, while the studnets of Waiting List will first contact and wait for their selection.
For more information, please, visit the link: http://www.markazulmaarif.org
Markazul Ma’arif Education & Research Centre (MMERC), Mumbai declares entrance test dates for the batch—20011-2013 in Diploma in English Language and Literature (DELL) course for all its 8 centres across India. Maulana M. Burhanuddin Qasmi, Director of MMERC, Mumbai said in a press statement that the combined entrance test will be for total 145 seats —30 in MMERC, Mumbai, 20 in Madrasa Islamia, Kandhla, Muzaffar Nagar, UP, 20 in Markaz Ihya-il-fikril Islami, Muzaffarabad, Saharanpur, UP, 20 in Al-Ma’hadul Islami, Manakmau, Saharanpur, UP, 20 in Jamia Muhammadiyah Mansoorah, Malegaon, Maharashtra, 15 in Markaz-e Islami Education & Research Centre, Ankleashwar, Gujarat, 15 in Al. Ma’hadul Imam Shah Waliullah Education & Research Centre, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi and 5 in Jamia Jalalia, Hojai, Assam. The written and oral test is to be conducted on 23 & 24 July 2011 in Mumbai and Delhi simultaneously.
MMERC, a sister concern of Assam based Markazul Ma’arif (NGO) was established in Delhi in 1994 and later shifted to Mumbai in 1998. Basking in the glory of success MMERC enters in the eighteenth year of its novel concept in the academia- to teach English language with other modern subjects of the age to the fresh Ulama— the Madrasa graduates. It introduced a two-year course, ‘Diploma in English Language and Literature’ (DELL) first time in the world to educate the Ulama in a completely new environment and equip them with subjects hitherto unknown to them such as English language, Computer & Internet, Comparative study of religions, History, basic of Geography, Mathematics, Political science and other general sciences.
MMERC renders educational services for free. It also provides the students with basic amenities of life like lodging, food and etc. In addition to its own trained teaching faculties the institution hires the services of the accomplished visiting faculties for the above-mentioned subjects. The institution aims at helping the students to demonstrate their skilful articulation of thoughts and presentations about their religion— Islam and to boost their confidence to face the challenges of the modern world and ultimately serve the nation with respect.
Maul. MB Qasmi also informed that MMERC conducts a highly competitive entrance test every year with set of objective type questionnaires. The test divides in two phases— oral and written covering five subjects as a whole— Arabic Language & Literature, Hadith, Fiqh, Tafseer and general knowledge. Having the degree of Alimiat or Fazilat from any popular Madrasa of India one is entitled to sit in the combined entrance exams for DELL in all the centers to make it to the final list, said Qasmi.
Application forms with prospectus can be availed and submitted at Al-Haque PCO, Gaddiwada, near Usmani Masjid, Deoband, MMERC, Mumbai and Al- Ma’hadul Imam Shah Waliullah Education & Research Centre, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi on or before 22 July only.
Muddassir Ahmad Qasmi
Controller of Common Entrance Exams
Markazul Ma’arif Education & Research Centre (MMERC)
Tel: 26798538/ 65567157 (Mob: 09022755454)
For Prospectus, forms and other information, please, visit the link: http://www.markazulmaarif.org/beta/ExamsResults.html
Maulana Azmi has been one of the vice-presidents of the Academy earlier while late Maulana Mufti Zafeeruddin Miftahi, ex-senior Mufti of Darul Uloom Deoband, was president of the Academy. The seat fell vacant after Mufti Zafeeruddin died last month in his native place in Darbhanga district of Bihar.
The meeting which was presided over by Maulana Burhanuddin Sambhali, senior vice-president of the Academy, expressed profound grief over the death of Mufti Zafeeruddin and prayed to Allah for his salvation.
The meeting decided to celebrate the Academy’s 20 years of success. It also discussed and approved other programmes and activities for 2011-2012.
The meeting was attended by Maulana Syed Nizamuddin (Ameer Shariat, Imarat Shariah Bihar Orissa Jharkhand, and a patron of the Academy), Maulana Khalid Saifullah Rahmani (General Secretary of the Academy), Maulana Mufti Ashraf Ali Baqvi (vice-president of the Academy and Ameer Shariat Karnataka), Maulana Abdul Ahad Azhari (Shaikhul Hadith of Mahad Millat-Malegaon), Maulana Ateeq Ahmad Bastvi, Maulana Mohammad Ubaidullah Asadi, Maulana Ameen Usmani (all three secretaries of the Academy), Dr. Mohammad Manzoor Alam (Chairman, Institute of Objective Studies), Maulana Anisur Rahman Qasmi (Nazim-Imarat Shariah-Bihar Orissa Jharkhand), Maulana Qazi Mohammad Qasim Muzaffarpuri (Qazi Shariat- Bihar) and Mufti Ahmad Deolvi (Gujarat).
The Islamic Fiqh Academy (India) was established in 1989 by late Maulana Qazi Mujahidul Islam Qasmi to deliberate on the contemporary issues in the light of Islamic Shariah. Since its inception the Academy is engaged in research, orientation and other academic activities aimed at finding Islamic Shariah guidance on contemporary issues.
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