Who are your Teachers?


Respected Ustaad-e-Geramee,

Assalam o alaikum wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatuhu

Received your email. Many thanks. I have already visited so may times, your this updated website. Many thanks, once again.

Question Answer sections is really a need of time.

Your website is really very valuable especially your books and programme of learning of Arabic.

I hope that you will never mind to tell me that in religious education, who is your USTADD.

With best wishes,


April 2010

Dear Brother

Wa alaikum us salam wa Rahmatullah e wa Barakatuhu

Many thanks for your kind comments. My teachers include the following:

1.  Mufti Abdul Latif: Sheikh ul Hadith, Jamia Naeemia, Lahore. He taught me Arabic Grammar i.e. Sarf & Nahv, Fiqh and Tafsir.

2. Mufti Ghulam Muhammad: Administrator, Jamia Muhammadia, Lahore. He taught me Mantiq (Midieval Logic), Fiqh (Jurisprudence), I’lm ul Ma’ani (the art of Arabic Eloquence), Usul ul Fiqh (Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence), I’lm ul Kalam( Midieval Theology) and the Siraaji (Law of Inheritance) etc.

3.  Dr. Khalid Zaheer: Dean of Islamic Studies, University of Central Punjab, Lahore. I learned the Modern Theology and Islamic Economics from him. His web address is www.khalidzaheer.com.

4. Sheikh Muhammad U’zair Shams: He is a freelance writer based at Makkat-ul-Mukarramah and a famous researcher of old manuscripts. I learned advanced topics of Hadith, Rijaal, and Pre-Islamic Arabic Literature from him.

I’m grateful to these teachers for their contribution in guiding me. I’m also thankful to them to teach me that in the world of academics, views should be formed on the basis of arguments not personal affiliation. I agree with most of the views of my teachers but disagree with them on few. Therefore, please don’t evaluate my teachers based on my mistakes and also don’t evaluate me on the basis of views of my teachers.



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