Syed Faiz-ul Hassan Shah

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Hazrat e Khatib Ul Islam
حضرت خطيب الإسلام

Syed Faiz-ul Hassan Shah
سيد فیض الحسن شاه
Personal
Born
Syed Sahibzada Faiz ul Hassan Shah

1911
Allo Mahar Shareef, Pakistan.
Died February 22, 1984
Allo Mahar
Resting place Allo Mahar
Religion Islam
Lineage Husayn
Creed Ahl as-Sunnah wa’l-Jamā‘h
Main interest(s) Hadith, oratory, Tasawwuf, and Islamic Philosophy
Muslim leader
Leader of the Naqshbandia Mujadadia Aminia
In office
1932 – 22 February 1984
Preceded by Syed Muhammad Hussain Shah
Succeeded by Khalid Hasan Shah

Syed Faiz-ul Hassan Shah also known as Khatib ul Islam was a Pakistani Islamic religious scholar,orator,poet and writer.

Early life and education

Sahibzada Syed Faiz ul Hassan was born in Allo Mahar, west Punjab, India, to Pir Syed Muhammad Hussain shah, an honorary magistrate in British rule in India. He was the eldest son of five siblings. He began his education by learning to read and memorize the Quran and did B.A from Murray College Sialkot.

Political and social contribution

He has been president of Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan for ten years,and struggled hard for the establishment of the Islamic reforms in Pakistan. He also has been a provincial president of Majlis-e-Ahrar-ul-Islam in united India.[1]

Khateeb ul Islam Syed Faiz ul Hassan Shah

Imprisonment

He was arrested for his persecution of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community. He remained in the prison in British rule in India for several months. During this period of imprisonment,he wrote his book of poetry consisting of naats. Second time he has been in prison in Pakistan during the protest against ahmadis

Contribution in 1965 War

Radio Pakistan made a special coverage of his speeches during the indopak war of 1965.He was awarded by the president with the tamgha due to his participation in the war.

Contribution in Kashmir

Thousands of followers of his ancestors have been living in Kashmir valley he prepared them to fight for the freedom,In 1948 during the independence war of kashmir he made speeches all over the occupied jammu and kashmir.

Religious and academic work

In 1932, after the death of his father, he became the religious leader of Allo Mahar, he began leading Friday prayers and teaching the congregation Allo Mahar and in different part of Indian subcontinent and became a famous orator. He contributed to the Tahreek-e-Tahaffuz-e-Khatm-e-Nubuwwat , which is an organization created to persecute Ahmadis. He led the movement in the days of British rule in India against Ahmadis. For 20 years he lead the Eid Prayer in police line Gujranwala. He visited Karachi as a president of Jamiat Ulma e Pakistan and made his historic speech which was highly appreciated by all scholars at that time.[2]

Death and legacy

In 1983, he had a heart attack. In 1984, he had another heart attack and came to Lahore, where he received cardiac treatment for six weeks. He delivered his last speech at the congregation of Allo Mahar.On 22 February in 1984 he died in Gujranwala.His first funeral prayer was held in police line ground Gjranwala the same place where he has led the Eid prayer for more than 20 years. The second funeral prayer was held in Allo Mahar, hundreds of people attended the funeral. He was laid to rest in Allo Mahar beside his father. His uras is celebrated on march 23 every year on his tomb.

Grave of Syed Faiz ul Hasan Shah.

Family

He was grandson of Pir Syed Amin Shah Majadadi and great-grandson of Pir Syed Muhammad Channan Shah Nuri. He had five sons:

He also had three daughters. His grandson Pir Sahabzada Syed Murtaza Amin is currently the religious leader of the Allomahar movement of Islamic scholars and delivers lectures in different parts of the world.

References

  1. ^ https://www.thelibrarypk.com/tazkira-mashaikh-e-allo-mahar-sharif/
  2. ^ [Adara e Tanzeem ul Islam(2013);declration. "Pir Faiz ul Hassan as a president of jamiat ulama e Pakistan" Press. p24].
  • The Preaching of Islam by Sir Thomas Walker Arnold and Langue la literature Hindoustanies de 1850 à 1869 by M.J.H. Garcin de Tassy.

The most well-known treatises and reports, written by the authors of the early period are:

  • Mashaiekh e Allo Mahar Shrief written by Allmaa Pir saeed Ahmad Mujadadi and published by Idara e Tanzeem ul Islam Gujjranwala.
  • "Allo Mahar Sharif". Kawajgan e Naqshband (book name).
  • "Kwaja Nur muhammad chhrahi's caliph". Arbab e Waliyat (book name).
  • "caliph's of chura sharif". Auliya e pothohar (book name).
  • Shaik gulam nabi. Amir e Karwan Syed Faiz ul Hasan shah (book name).
  • "Syed Faiz ul Hassan shah". Tahreek e Ihrar (book name).
  • Dr. Rizwan Sarwar. Mashaikh e Maharvia (under publish).
  • Pir Saeed Ahmad Mujadadi. Maharvia number (book name).

See also

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