The Madani News of Dawat-e-Islami (Monthly Magazine)
Maulana Muhammad Umar Fiyaaz Attari Madani
Hadith narrator criticism course at Jamia-tul-Madina, Faizan e Madina Karachi
Maulana Hassaan Attari Madani delivered lectures during this course
A course on hadith narrator criticism and biographical evaluation (usūl al-jarḥ wa al-taʿdīl) was delivered in Jamia-tul-Madina, Faizan-e-Madina, Karachi. The course began on 25 October, 2021, and drew to a close on 18 January, 2022. More than 45 students of the hadith specialisation programme and Jamia-tul-Madina teachers attended. Maulana Hassaan Attari Madani directed the course and taught some of the sessions. The closing session saw the supervisor of the Department of Educational Affairs, Maulana Gul Raza Attari Madani, advising attendees about the knowledge they received from the course.
The supervisor of the Department of Scholarly Relations meeting with scholars and muftis in Karachi
The noble scholars were introduced to the Kanz ul-Madaris Board, Pakistan
The supervisor of the Department of Scholarly Relations, Maulana Hafiz Afzal Attari Madani, visited madrasas across Karachi in January 2022. He met muftis and ulema including, Professor Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rahman (Head of Tanzeem ul-Madaris Ahl al-Sunnah Pakistan); Dr Kawkab Noorani Okarvi; Mufti Muhammad Akmal; Pir Mufti Muhammad Jaan Na’eemi Mujadidi (head of Jami’aat-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat, Sindh); Mufti Wasim Ziya’i (Head Teacher of Madaris-ul-Barakaat); Mufti Suhail Raza Amjadi; Mufti Muhammad Ilyas Razavi (steward of Jamia Nadra tul Uloom, Karachi); Mufti Rafiq ul-Hasani (steward of Jamia Madina-tul-Ilm, Karachi); Mufti Nazir Jaan Na’eemi (Head of Tanzeem-ul-Madaris Ahl-e-Sunnat, Saubah, Sindh); Doctor Mufti Rizwan Naqshbandi (steward of Jamia Anwaar-ul-Quran, Karachi) and Maulana Rayhaan Amjadi (steward of Daar-ul-Uloom Amjadiyyah, Karachi). He introduced them to Kanz ul-Madaris Board and gave a briefing of the educational activities of Dawat-e-Islami. The noble scholars appreciated these efforts and made Du’a for future sucess. Maulana Afzal Madani invited them to visit Faizan e Madina Karachi, gave them the codebook of the Kanz-ul-Madaris Board, along with other books of Madina tul Ilmiya (Islamic research centre) as gifts.
A gathering of conveying reward for the victims of the Murree tragedy, in Faizan e Madina Islamabad
STUDY CIRCLES IN VARIOUS CEMETRIES FOR GRAVEDIGGERS
On 14th January, 2022, a gathering was held in Faizan e Madina, Islamabad, G-11 to remember and pray for the victims of the Murree tragedy. The families of the deceased and affiliates of Dawat-e-Islami were joined by local, prominent figures. The Rukn-e-Shura and supervisor of the Islamabad region, Haji Waqar-ul-Madina Attari, delivered a speech, which centred around the topic of concern and preparation for the Hereafter. He encouraged the attendees to offer Salah punctually, and to work towards bettering their lives in the Hereafter. He also encouraged everyone to attend and populate the masjids, take part in the religious works of Dawat-e-Islami and attend the weekly Sunnah inspired gatherings. At the end, Fatiha was recited and supplications were made for forgiveness.
December study circles various cemeteries for gravediggers
In 641 training sessions, 2764 gravediggers participated
In December 2021, training sessions took place in various cemeteries for gravediggers, organised by the Department of shrouding and burial. Members of Dawat-e-Islami led 641 content-rich sessions in which 2764 gravediggers participated. The Department is also working and helping countless Islamic brothers overseas. A one-day shrouding and burial course was held in Manchester, UK, in which 60 learners attended. The training covered a variety of topics including washing the deceased, shroud preparation, shrouding, carrying the deceased, burial, and talqīn.
“The Best Amongst You” workshop at Birmingham City University, UK
The Rukn of the West Midlands region, Iftikhar Attari gave guidance to the participants
On 10th January 2022, a workshop, on the topic of “The Best Among You”, took place in Birmingham City University, organised by the Education Department of Dawat-e-Islami for professionals. The Rukn of the West Midlands region, Iftikhar Attari, explained the importance of fulfilling the obligation as a Muslim. He also gave the mindset of becoming a good and honest individual that can help the Muslim Ummah after graduating from their studies. Iftikhar Attari encouraged the listeners to take part in other similar workshops, upon which the participants made intentions to attend and invite others.
Opening of Madrasa-tul-Madina in Renala Khurd, Okara
The supervisor of the district delivered a speech during the opening ceremony
On Sunday, 16th January 2022, a boys’ madrasa was opened in Renala Khurd, Okara, by the department of Dawat-e-Islami, Madrasa-tul-Madina. The madrasa will deliver structured tajwid classes for children. A Sunnah inspired gathering was organised, in which locals and community leaders attended. The supervisor of the district, Sarfaraz Ahmad Attari, delivered a lecture on the virtues of reading and memorising the Quran. He encouraged attendees to enrol their children in Madrasa-tul-Madina.