Muhammad Abdul Malek
|Muhammad Abdul Malek|
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Mawlana Muhammad Abdul Malek is watching an old copy of The Holy Quran while his visit to Sirajaganj.
|Title||Mawlānā, Muhaddith, Mufti|
|Born||1969 (1389 Hijri)|
|Main interest(s)||Shari'a, Quran, Hadith, Hadith studies, Fiqh, Fatwā, Dawah|
|Notable idea(s)||Evolution of Islamic Research, Education and Dawah in Bangladesh & explaining shari'a more effectively to the common people|
|Alma mater||Darul Uloom Karachi|
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Muhammad Abdul Malek (Bengali: মুহাম্মাদ আব্দুল মালেক) is a Bangladeshi Islamic scholar and researcher of Hadith. He is the founder of the monthly Bengali Islamic magazine Al-Kawsar and head of the department of Hadith studies at Markazud Dawah Al-Islamia, a higher Islamic research and education institution situated at Dhaka. He is also a member of Qaumi Madrasa Education Commission, founded by Government in 2012.
Education[edit | edit source]
He started his education in Kherihar Qaumi Madarsa, Comilla. After passing the Fazilat Jamat (Mishkat), he went to Karachi and got admission in Binori town Jamiatul Uloom AI-slamia. In 1988, he completed his graduation of Takmil (equivalent to M.A in Islamic studies). Then he specialized in Hadith studies under the guidance of Maulana Abdur Rashid Numani receiving his Takhassus degree (equivalent to a PhD) in Hadith studies from Binori town Jamiatul Uloom AI-slamia in 1991. Then he went to Darul 'Uloom Karachi and specialized in Fiqh and Fatwa under the guidance of Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani receiving his Takhassus degree (equivalent to a PhD) in Fiqh in 1993. Then he worked as a researcher under the guidance of Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to 1995.
Work[edit | edit source]
In 1996, he joined Markazud Dawah al-Islamia, an institution for higher Islamic research and education. He is now the director of this institution and the head of the department of Uloom Al-Hadith. In 2005, he founded the monthly Islamic Bengali magazine Al-Kawsar. He also teaches "Sahihul bukhari" In Jamiatul Uloomil Islamia, Dhaka and leads Jum'ah prayer in Shantinagar Ajrun Karim Jame Masjid.
Publications[edit | edit source]
Bengali books[edit | edit source]
- Nobijir Namaz (Salat of Prophetﷺ): Mainly it is an Arabic book by Dr. Shaikh Muhammad Ilias Faisal. "Maulana Muhammad Abdul Malek" and Maulana Zakaria Abdullah has translated it into Bengali language.
- Talibul Elmer Poth O Patheyo (Directions for seekers of knowledge)
- Ummaher Oikko: Poth O Pontha (Unity of Muslim Ummah:Systems and methods)
- Tarabiher Rakat Shonkha O Eider Namaz (Number of Rakat of Tarabih prayer and The System of Eid Prayer)
- Hadith O Sunnahe Namazer Poddhoti (System of Salat in light of Hadith and Sunnah)
- Procholito Bhul (Common mistakes): A collection of articles published in the "Common mistakes" section of The Monthly Al-Kawsar.
- Qablal Juma: Kichu Nibedon (Some presentations about Qablal Juma prayer)
- Iman Shobar Aage (Iman is above everything)
Arabic books[edit | edit source]
- Al-Madkhal Ela Uloom Al-Hadith Al-Sharif (The entrance to the science of Hadith)
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Shaban and Shabe-Barat True Status. Page no- 7
- Qaumi Madrasa Education Commission formed Archived 3 February 2013 at Archive.today. Banglanews24.com. 15 April 2012. Retrieved 24 December 2012
- Bangladesh Qaumi Madrasa Shikkha Commission official website Retrieved 1 February 2013
- The monthly Al-Kawsar- Page no 22. August 2007. Retrieved 31 December 2012.
- "Our Faculty". jamiatululoombd.com.
- "Nobijir Namaz". maktabatulashraf.com.
- "Sahih Hadiser Aloke Tarabir Rakat Shongkha o Eid er Namaz". maktabatulashraf.com.
- "Hadis o Sunnay Namazer Poddhoti". maktabatulashraf.com.
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- The monthly Al-Kawsar web version
- Ummahr Oikko: Poth O Pontha by Muhammad Abdul Malek
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