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Muslim World Mourns Passing of Mufti Saeed Ahmed Palunpuri (RA)

May 19, 2020

As the blessed of Ramadan ends, the world has lost yet another esteemed Islamic scholar.

Mufti Saeed Ahmed Palunpuri (RA) passed away after Fajr in India on Tuesday morning at age of 78.

Mufti Palunpuri (RA) was born in India in 1942.

His primary education started at home at the hands of his father and then in his locality. Then he went to the Darul-uloom at Chappi and studied basic and introductory texts of Persian language.

In 1960, he transferred to Darul-uloom Deoband and graduated after completing his studies in Hadeeth with distinction in 1962.

After completing his studies in Hadeeth he joined the Faculty of Iftaa and learned the knowledge of Fatwa under erudite Scholars at Darul-uloom Deoband.

The honourable scholars primary expertise was Hadeeth & Fiqh, but was also well known for knowledge and command of both subjects.

Mufti Palunpuri (RA)’s marginalia on Imdadul-Fatawa of Shaykh (Maulana) Ashraf Ali Thanwi (RA) is well known and respected in Academic circles around the world.

Mufti Palunpuri (RA) is a well-respected author of many other publications.

May Allah grant Mufti Saeed Ahmed Palunpuri the highest stages of Jannah.

Faizel Patel 

(Twitter: @FaizelPatel143)

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