He was assassinated on 18 May in Karachi , Pakistan , while going to his office at Numaish Chowrangi before Zuhr prayer. He received his primary Islamic education in Multan, Pakistan before becoming a distinguished teacher of Hadith first in Sahiwal and then at Jamia Binoria in Karachi, Pakistan. Maulana Ludhianvi wrote over books which have been translated into numerous languages. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues.
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Renowned Pakistani religious scholar, jurist, author, and leader, Maulana Muhammad Yusuf Ludhianvi, 68, was martyred in Karachi on Thursday 18 May while he was on his way back from the Fajr Salat.
Gunmen using automatic weapons ambushed him, killing him and his driver instantly, and injuring his son. The brutal murder has shocked the country. The Majlis was instrumental in checking the anti-Islamic and anti-state activities of the Qadianis followers of a deviant form of Islam nurtured by the British in India. A highly respected scholar and teacher, he taught at the famous Jamia Binoria Islamic Religious School in Karachi and edited their monthly magazine.
He also authored about 30 books. Collections of those columns also have been published in book form. Maulana Yusuf Ludhianvi was a stalwart against anti-Islamic forces working in Pakistan. Recently he had also warned the current military rulers of Pakistan not to tread on Islamic sensitivities in their fanatic efforts to appease the Western Powers.
Just two days ago, the country's chief Executive had reluctantly withdrawn procedural changes that were aimed at practically nullifying the Blasphemy law.
Written in his characteristic, brilliant, and convincing style, it showed the path of moderation in the face of religious differences.
Muhammad Yusuf Ludhianvi
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