Mahmood Ahmad Ghazi (18 September 1950 – 25 September 2010) was a Pakistani jurist and scholar of Islamic Studies, shariah and fiqh. He was the president at the International Islamic University, Islamabad, judge at the Federal Shariat Court and Federal Minister for Religious Affairs in Pakistan. He completed his dars-e-nizami at the age of 16 and later obtained a PhD in Islamic Studies from Punjab University. He was fluent in Urdu, English, Arabic, Persian, Turkish and French. He authored numerous works in Urdu and English, and translated Muhammad Iqbal into Arabic. Among his Urdu books are Muhazirat e Quran, Muhazirat e Hadis and Muazirat e Fiq.

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  • Mahmood Ahmad Ghazi (18 September 1950 – 25 September 2010) was a Pakistani jurist and scholar of Islamic Studies, shariah and fiqh. He was the president at the International Islamic University, Islamabad, judge at the Federal Shariat Court and Federal Minister for Religious Affairs in Pakistan. He completed his dars-e-nizami at the age of 16 and later obtained a PhD in Islamic Studies from Punjab University. He was fluent in Urdu, English, Arabic, Persian, Turkish and French. He authored numerous works in Urdu and English, and translated Muhammad Iqbal into Arabic. Among his Urdu books are Muhazirat e Quran, Muhazirat e Hadis and Muazirat e Fiq. (en)
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