Muhammad Akmal

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Mufti Muhammad Akmal is an Islamic scholar from Pakistan. He is a mufti and is working as the director of Al Furqan Scholars' Academy, Karachi, which he established in 2006. He also presents the TV series Ahkam-e-Shariyat, a Fiqh-based TV programme of ARY Qtv is one of those.[2][1]


Muhammad Akmal
Personal
Born (1968-05-07) May 7, 1968 (age 52)
ReligionIslam
DenominationSunni
JurisprudenceHanafi
CreedMaturidi
Main interest(s)Fiqh
Alma materJamia Nizamia Razawiyya, Lahore
TariqaAttari Qadri[1]
OccupationTeacher
Muslim leader
Websitemuftiakmal.net

Early lifeEdit

He was born on Sunday 7 May 1968 C.E in Muzaffar Garh, Pakistan. He received contemporary education in Karachi and completed Chemical Engineering. In an TV interview he told that he was born in Muzzafar Garh and migrated to karachi during the days when he was just an infant.

Television seriesEdit

He appeared on TV for the first time in Ramadan 2004 in Sahri Time, a TV program on Pakistan based TV Channel ARY Qtv.Ahkam-e-Shariyat, Tadabur-e-Quran, Al Hadi and Sharah Sahih Bukhari are some of his TV series on ARY Qtv[1] He also comes on UK based Ummah Channel with a program 'Your Questions Answered'.

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