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List of contemporary Muslim scholars of Islam

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This article is an incomplete list of noted modern-era (20th to 21st century) Islamic scholars.

This refers to religious authorities whose publications or statements are accepted as pronouncements on religion by their respective communities and adherents.

For a list of academic scholars specializing in Islam within the field of religious studies, see List of Islamic studies scholars.

Geographical categories have been created based on commonalities in culture and across the Islamic World.

AfricaEdit


North AfricaEdit

MauritaniaEdit

MoroccoEdit

Sub-Saharan AfricaEdit

GhanaEdit

ZimbabweEdit

EgyptEdit

AsiaEdit

Middle EastEdit

IraqEdit

JordanEdit

KuwaitEdit

LebanonEdit

PalestineEdit

Saudi ArabiaEdit

SyriaEdit

CyprusEdit

United Arab EmiratesEdit

  • Mohammed Ali bin Al Sheikh Abdurrahman (born 1920)[1]

YemenEdit

South AsiaEdit

BangladeshEdit

IndiaEdit

PakistanEdit

Southeast AsiaEdit

IndonesiaEdit

MalaysiaEdit

SingaporeEdit

Central AsiaEdit

UzbekistanEdit

East AsiaEdit

ChinaEdit

EuropeEdit

Eastern EuropeEdit

Western EuropeEdit

AustriaEdit

Great BritainEdit

SwedenEdit

SwitzerlandEdit

North AmericaEdit

CanadaEdit

United StatesEdit

TrinidadEdit

OceaniaEdit

AustraliaEdit

New ZealandEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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