Tariq Jameel

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Tariq Jameel
Born1953
EraModern era
RegionPakistan
SchoolHanafi Tableeghi jama'ath
Notable ideasBasic principles and practices of Islam and global brotherhood
 
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Tariq Jameel
Born1953
EraModern era
RegionPakistan
SchoolHanafi Tableeghi jama'ath
Notable ideasBasic principles and practices of Islam and global brotherhood

Maulana Tariq Jameel (Urdu: مولانا طارق جمیل‎; born 1953) is an Islamic scholar from Pakistan.[1] His native town is Tulambah near Mian Channu in Punjab. His father was an agriculturist who belonged to the Muslim Rajputs community.[citation needed]

Maulana Tariq Jameel was born and raised in Mian Channu. In his childhood, he lived a relatively modest life but religion was not a major part of his life and his family in particular. After completing his higher secondary school education (or F.S.C.) in pre-medical from the Government College, Lahore, he took admission in King Edward Medical College in Lahore.[citation needed] He intended to do his M.B.B.S., but he soon switched his focus to Islamic education. He later received Islamic education from Jamia Arabia, Raiwind (near Lahore) where he studied Quran, Hadith, Sharia, Tasawwuf, Logic and Fiqh.[citation needed].

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