Dr. Muhammad Jalal Raza

Dr. Muhammad Jalal Raza

Academic Qualifications:
A) Doctor in Islamic studies specialized in Arabic Language, Modern Islamic Thought and Islamic Mysticism from Darul Uloom, Cairo University, Egypt.

Topic of study: “Religious Dialogue between Hindus and Muslims in India during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries”
B) M.Phil. In Islamic Philosophy, College of Darul-`Uloom, Cairo University, Egypt. Research topic: “Sheikh Muhammad Anwarullah Al-Faruqi and his contribution to modern Islamic thought” 2009.
C) M.A. Islamic Philosophy, Faculty of Dar Al Uloom, Cairo University, Egypt.2004
D) B.A. Faculty of Theology, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt. 2003.
E) B.A. in Arabic language and Islamic Sciences, Nizamia University, Hyderabad, Deccan, India. 1997.

Compilation and Authorship:

Arabic:
A) “Philosophy and Islam” translated from Urdu into Arabic, published in Dar al-Bayan, Cairo, 2002.
B) “Al- Qadianiyyah” translated from Urdu into Arabic, printed at Ad-Dar Al-Thaqafiah, Cairo, 2002.
C) “Al-Haqiqah Al-Muhammadiyah” on Islamic Tasawwuf, (The concept of Wahdatul Wujood) printed in Kilany Press, Cairo, Egypt, 2006.

English:
A)“The Family of the Prophet Muhammad In Egypt” Printed in Kilani press, Cairo, Egypt.
B) THE FEATURES OF MERCY IN ISLAM

Hindi:
A) Translation of the book entitled “Enjoy your life” by Dr. `Abdul Rahman Al Arifi from Arabic into Hindi.
B) Hindi Arabic translator for RASOULALLAH.NET in Cairo.( http://rasoulallah.net/index.php/hi/home)
C) Arabic Urdu translator and reviewer at Egyptian Dar al-Ifta, (http://www.dar-alifta.org/default.aspx?LangID=7&Home=1)
D) Arabic English translator for Alussunnah,( http://www.alssunnahnet.com/en/articles.aspx?article_no=827)
The advisers in the Ph.D. Study included:
1-Professor, Dr. Hasan Mahmood Abdul-Lateef Ash-Shafe`I, Professor, the faculty of Philosophy, Darul uloom, Cairo University, and president of Academy of the Arabic Language in Cairo, Egypt.
2-Professor, Dr. Abdul-Hameed Abdul-Mun’im Madkoor Full-time Professor, faculty of Philosophy, Darul uloom, Cairo University, Egypt.