Jamaat-e-Islami Hind President offers condolences on the demise of Maulana Rabey Hasani Nadvi

April 15, 2023

New Delhi: Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) President Syed Sadatullah Husaini has offered condolences on the demise of renowned Islamic scholar and head of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) Maulana Syed Rabey Hasani Nadvi.

In a media statement, the JIH President said, “Maulana Rabey’s demise has saddened all of us. Maulana had been ill for some time, and there were continuous prayers for Maulana’s health. However, we are all helpless before the will of Allah.”

Stating that Maulana was a valuable asset to the entire Ummah, Mr. Husaini said that for a long time, he was the Rector (Chancellor) of Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulema, the country’s most important Islamic seminary. He also headed several other institutions of learning and chaired the academic councils of many prestigious institutions.

Recalling his services to the nation and society countrywide, the JIH chief said, “Maulana Rabey provided leadership to Muslims at a critical juncture as President of AIMPLB. Maulana will always be remembered for his valuable services in various fields. Despite his age and various physical ailments, his active role in religious and social activities was enviable.”

Terming his death as undoubtedly, a great loss to the Muslim community of India, at a time when Muslims face various problems and challenges, the JIH leader said that he had the privilege of meeting him many times. “However, I vividly remember the meeting at his residence in Nadwat Ulama four years ago immediately after becoming the President of JIH. Maulana offered great compassion and spoke for a long time and blessed me with valuable advice,” Mr. Husaini added.

Offering his sincere condolences to the relatives and admirers of the deceased and to the office bearers of Nadwat Ulema, the JIH President prayed to Allah to forgive him, grant mercy on him, accept his services and fill the void created by his demise, Aamin.

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