One of the most well-known preachers, Islamic scholars, historians, philosophers, motivational speakers, and writers is Maulana Tariq Jameel. He is one of Tableeghi Jamaat’s most important and well-known members. He was born on October 1, 1953, in Tulamba, a small settlement close to Kabirwala, Khanewal. At this time, Maulana Tariq Jameel is sixty-seven years old. He comes from a wealthy, landowner family in Southern Punjab. Early education was received in Lahore, and Molana Tariq Jameel completed his higher secondary education there as well. The family of Maulana Tariq Jameel preferred that he become a doctor, though. Young Tariq Jameel was sent to King Edwards College in Lahore to pursue his MBBS in order to accomplish this.
Maulana Tariq Jameel’s career
Tariq Jameel made friends with members of the Tableeghi Jamat while he was a student at King Edwards Medical College (now known as King Edwards Medical University, or KEMU), in Lahore. He began going to the Tableegh Events as a result, and his interest in Islamic education began to grow. He, therefore, stopped studying medicine before completing it and joined Jamia Arabia in Raiwand (Headquarter of Tableeghi Jamaat, Pakistan). He studied Islamic rules, regulations, rulings, faqs, logic, the Quran, and hadiths at Jamia Arabia. He was Maulana Yusuf Ludhianwi’s (a renowned Deobandi scholar) pupil. He received harsh criticism from his family as a result of his conversion to Islamic education.
Maulana Tariq Jameel used to give lectures in nearby Masjids and Madrasas after finishing his Islamic education. His lectures and bayans were rich in knowledge, and his manner of speaking began to draw people in. Later, a lot of people started listening to his audio lectures. He commands his audience to adhere to Islamic teachings, follow the Path of Allah and his Rasool (SAW), abstain from violence, and conduct a self-evaluation before criticizing others. He changed many people’s lives as a result.
Meets the list of renowned ShowBiz celebrities is Molana Tariq Jameel.
To preach about Islam, Molana Tariq Jameel also meets with well-known ShowBiz celebrities, cricket players, businessmen, etc. Former Pakistani actress Veena Malik, Feroze Khan, Hamza Ali Abasi, and many others had their lives changed by Molana Tariq Jameel.
During the holy month of Ramazan, Maulana Tariq Jameel Sahab also presents lectures on Pakistan Television (PTV). Additionally, he receives invitations from government agencies for Bayans. Additionally, he traveled to numerous places to speak to people about Islamic education and to spread the message of Allah (SWT) and His Rasool (SAW) throughout the entire world.
Maulana Tariq Jameel (Jamil)’s Brother name, Profession
1 brother and he is Cardiologist Dr. Muhammad Tahir Kamal Sahu practices at Doctors Hospital in Lahore. Interventional cardiologists with a specialty. Qualification.
Maulana Tariq Jameel (Jamil) – Son, Daughters
Maulana Tariq Jameel have 3 sons
1. Molana Yousaf Jamil
2. Asim Jamil (He Was Divorced)
3. Ali Jamil
Maulana Tariq Jameel has 2 Daughters
1. one daughter married Adnan Burana in Burana Family a well-known settled man from City Vehari.
2. the Second daughter married in Rana Family a well-known settled man from City Depalpur.
Awards for Maulana Tariq Jameel
Saeed Anwar, Junaid Jamshaid, Yousuf Youhana, and many others are just a few of the people he is responsible for changes in the fields of politics, cricket, and many others. He is respected by all leading Sunni scholars for this reason, as well as by Shia scholars.
Even some army generals and the heads of some religious political parties offered to help him take over the government, but he refused. (Learn More About the Five Islamic Foundations)
Books by Maulana Tariq Jameel
The Urdu books by Molana Tariq Jamil are listed below;
Hamare Masail Ka Hal
Allah ko Apna Banalo
Aao Jannat Pukarti Hai
Pur Taseer Iman Afroz Waqiat
Allah se Sulha Karlo
the controversy surrounding Maulana Tariq Jameel Stokes’ toxic religiopolitical brew
After his interview with journalist Ameer Abbas for Bol News was broadcast, televangelist Maulana Tariq Jameel faced harsh criticism.
Jameel compared Muawiyah bin Yazid’s rejection of taking over after his father passed away, citing the tragedy at Karbala, to what he claimed was the unabashed avarice for power among modern Pakistani politicians. According to him, Muawiyah bin Yazid rejected the Umayyad throne because it was marred by the blood of Ahle Bayt.
He claimed that Pakistani politicians had certain flaws and that they would do anything to hold onto their positions of power. He acknowledged that the Tableeghi Jamaat generally avoided politics, but claimed that out of loyalty to his country, he had no choice but to speak.
The televangelist cited horse trading as an example of this, which occurred after a successful vote of no confidence was passed against then-prime minister Imran Khan. He implied that Pakistani politicians had destroyed the country for a few pennies. Jameel claimed that although Pakistan had produced many notable people, he still awaited the day when the country would be home to just one politician who would stop trading his soul for power.
Unsurprisingly, the interview sparked a hornet’s nest. Shah Owais Noorani of the Jamiat-e-Ulema Pakistan used the microblogging site Twitter to compare Jameel to a fitna (affliction).
نبی کریم ﷺنے ارشاد فرمایا : نیک اعمال میں سبقت کرو ایسے فتنوں کے آنے سے پہلے جو اندھیری رات کی تہ بہ تہ تاریکیوں کی طرح ہوں گے آدمی صبح کو مومن ہو گا اور شام کو کافر ہو جائے گا اور شام کو مومن ہو گا تو صبح کا فر ہو جائے گا۔ دنیا (کے چند ٹکوں) کے عوض اپنے دین کو بیچتا پھرے گا۔ pic.twitter.com/70rBblbyhv
— Shah Owais Noorani (@iamowaisnoorani) August 8, 2022