About the Founder


To become a servant of Islam and to make my deeds compatible with the true Islamic knowledge.

Skills and Personality Overview


—– Strong team player and self-initiator

—– Creative and able to think outside the box

—– Committed to strong ethical values

—– Able to perform multiple tasks

—– Energetic, enthusiastic and able to motivate others by taking care of them

—– Able to develop strong and long-lasting relationships with scholars & students

—– Flexible and quickly adaptable to change

—– Enjoy domestic and international traveling

—– Capability of motivating people

—– Change and Conflict / Resistance Management

—– Project Management including planning, scheduling, staffing, appraising and risk management

—– Ability to deal with multi-cultural people

Academic Skills

—– Strong analytical skills

—– Detailed study of original sources of Islam including the Quran & the Hadith

—– Detailed study of Quranic Exegesis, Hadith Commentary, Islamic History, Islamic Jurisprudence, Sufism and Comparative Study of Religion

—– Strong knowledge of Academic Arabic & English

—– Strong knowledge of Information Systems

Personal Interests

—– Reading professional books & journals

—– Writing articles

—– Playing squash

—– Tourism & Archaeology

 Interpersonal Skills

—– Report Writing

—– Training people

—– Workshop Management for cross-functional teams

—– Ability to explain complex technical issues to non-technical people

—– Ability to communicate in English, Urdu / Hindi, Punjabi and Arabic

Internatioanal Awards

—– William S. Smith Award from the Institute of Internal Auditors, USA

Academic & Professional Qualifications

QualificationYearAssociation / Institute
Certified in Risk Management Assurance2012Institute of Internal Auditors, USA
Certification in Advanced Islamic Jurisprudence2011International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Certified Internal Auditor (CIA)2007Institute of Internal Auditors, USA
Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)2004Information Systems Audit & Control Association, USA
Fellow Member of The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)2002The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK
Masters in Business Administration (MBA)1996The University of Punjab, Pakistan
Bachelor in Commerce (B.Com)1994The University of Punjab, Pakistan
Dars-e-Nazami (the Course taught at the Religious Seminaries of South Asia)1994From private instructors

Countries Visited

Pakistan, Kuwait, Saudi Arab, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Sri Lanka, Malaysia

Date of Birth

August 15, 1974

Experience History                       1987 – Present

Experience related to Religious Studies                            1987 – Present

PeriodDescription of Activity
1987 – 1994Conducted a comparative study of the concepts and practices of different religious sects and groups in the South Asia e.g. Barelvi, Deobandi, Ahl Hadith, People not considering Hadith as an original Islamic Source, Muslims not associated to a particular sect etc.
1992 – 2004Conducted a comparative study of the views of different religious movements in the Muslim world (especially the South Asia) including:
—– Academic Movements e.g. the Movement of Hameed-ud-Din Farahi & Amin Ahsan Islahi, the Movement of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, the Movement of Deoband
—– Missionary Movements e.g. Tablighi Jama’at, Da’wat-e-Islami
—– Revolutionary Movements e.g. Ikhwan-ul-Muslimun (Egypt), Tanzeem-e-Islami, Minhaj-ul-Qur’an etc.
—– Religio-Political Organizations e.g. Jama’at-e-Islami, Jam’iyat U’lema e Islam, Jami’yat U’lema e Pakistan, Justice & Development Party (Turkey) etc.
2003 – 2007Detailed academic study of the work of prominent Modern Islamic Scholars including Dr. Hameedullah, Amin Ahsan Islahi, Javed Ahmed Ghamidi, Nasir-ud-Albani, Waheed-ud-Din Khan etc.
2006 – 2007Explored the historical sites of Judaism, Christianity & Islam in Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt
2007 – OnwardsEstablishment of personal website for publishing my writings www.mubashirnazir.org
2010 – OnwardsQuestion – Answers service to the question of modern-educated people about religious, social and psychological issues.

Academic Works

PeriodDescription of Activity
2003The Impact of Atheism on the Western & the Muslim Societies: A detailed article on the movement of Atheism in Europe and its impact on the Western and the Muslim Societies during 19th and 20th century.
2003Islam and Discrimination: An analysis of Islamic teachings on racial, economic, religious, colour and ethnic discrimination.
2003Review of “Islamic Threat – Myth or Reality”: A detailed review of the book “Islamic Threat – Myth or Reality” written by a famous American scholar, John L. Esposito.
2006 – 2007In the Land of the Qur’an & the Bible: It is the detailed travelogue of my travels into the lands of Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt in order to explore the sites mentioned in the Quran and the Bible.
2007Urdu Translation of Kitaab ur Risala: It is the translation of the first book on Islamic Jurisprudence from Arabic to Urdu language. The book was written by Muhammad Ibn Idrees Shafi’i (d. 204H / 819AD). I translated the book into easy Urdu.
2007Islam & the Changes in the Modern World: A detailed analysis of psychological, sociological, political, economic and technological changes in the modern world and its impact on the world of Islam.
2008An Introduction to the Disciplines related to Hadith: It is a course for beginners providing a detailed introduction to different academic disciplines associated with the Hadith (Prophetic Traditions) including the basic concepts, evaluation of authenticity of a Hadith, types of Hadith, Asma-ul-Rijaal etc.
2008Abolition of Physical & Intellectual Slavery in Islam: It is a detailed research work on the reforms introduced by Islam in order to abolish slavery. Why did the slavery continued in the Muslim world? What are the measures to abolish the intellectual slavery from the Muslim world?
2008Intellectual Slavery in the Muslim World: It is a part of the above mentioned book published separately in order to describe the condition of intellectual slavery in the Muslim World, teachings of Islam about the intellectual slavery, transformation of the Muslim World to adapt to the intellectual slavery and remedies to abolish the intellectual slavery in the Muslim World.
2009 ….. NowDevelopment of an Islamic Educational System:Currently I am working on a big project to develop a Web-based Islamic Educational System. Salient features of the project include:
—– Promoting Islamic values like sincerity, love, impartiality, open-mindedness, human rights especially for religious minorities and women, intellectual freedom etc.
—– Removing the personality weaknesses developed by the current religious educational system e.g. hatred, narrow-mindedness, intellectual slavery, sectarianism, religious arrogance, ostentation, persecution of children, minorities and women etc.
—– Studying detailed disciplines related to Islamic knowledge including Classical Arabic Language, Quranic Studies, Hadith and its related disciplines, Theology, Jurisprudence, History of Religion, Comparative Study of World Religions etc.
—– Web-based Courses for all levels of students in English and Urdu languages
—– As a part of the Islamic Educational System, the following sub-projects were completed.
2008 – 2009Personality Development Program: It is a compilation of essays of different scholars related to the concept of Tazkiya Nafs (Personality Development) in Islam.
2009 – 2010Quranic Arabic Program: The objective of this program is to learn Arabic from the beginner’s level to the heights of the classical Arabic of pre-Islamic era in which the Quran was revealed. The program has five modules and the most advanced one deals with the intricacies of eloquent classic Arabic.
2010 – 2011Quranic Studies Program: The objective of this program is to learn the message of the Quran. The program starts with a selective syllabus of the Quran. Its intermediate modules include comparative studies of five major commentaries of the Holy Quran.
2011Comparative Studies Program: It involves an impartial comparative study of views and argumentation of different sects and groups within the Muslim world. It has seven modules which involve study of sects and groups on grounds of creed, jurisprudence, Sufism, movement, and orientation towards modernism.
2012Historical Studies Program: It is in progress and encompasses political, social, intellectual and religious aspects of the Muslim history.
2019 – TodayIslamic Studies Lectures —– Quran Studies, Hadith Research, Islamic Jurisprudence, Personality Development, Civilization History of Muslims

Professional Career                                               2000 – Present

Pakistan Credit Rating Agency2019 – TodaySenior Financial Risk Analyst
Frontier Works Organization, Pakistan2018 – 2019Internal Audit Manager
The University of Punjab, Pakistan2017 – 2018Professor – Audit, Risk Management and Financial Analysis
Rolaco Trading & Contracting, Saudi Arabia2012 – 2016Business Process and Risk Manager
Emaar Middle East, Saudi Arabia2010 – 2012Internal Audit Manager
Moore Stephens, Saudi Arabia2006 – 2010Manager – Business Risk & Internal Audit Services
Ernst & Young, Pakistan / Kuwait2004 – 2006Manager – Business Risk Services
Pak Arab Refinery Limited, Pakistan2003 – 2004Management Executive
Unilever Pakistan Limited2000 – 2003Credit Manager
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