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Building the Foundation

Our Founder’s Story

The Visionary Founder

Shaykh Qari Mohammed Hadayat Ullah Naqshbandi, born in Pakistan in 1952, is an esteemed religious figure. He graduated from Anwar ul Uloom Multan, receiving his degree from Ghazali e zaman Allama Syed Ahmed Saeed Kazmi Sahib and Mufti Naeem ud Din Muradabadi. Throughout his career, he taught in various cities, including Wazirabad, Ghakkar, and Lalamusa.

In 1986, Shaykh Qari Mohammed Hadayat Ullah Naqshbandi arrived in Birmingham, UK, and set up a Madrassah, which operated for two years. He then moved to Peterborough in 1988, where he served in JAMIA Mosque (Masjid Faizan e Madina) until 1997. During this time, he purchased a building for JMI, which was opened by Shah Ahmad Noorani. Shaykh Qari Mohammed Hadayat Ullah Naqshbandi continued to serve and teach until 2010.

In 2005, he purchased 30 acres of land in Pakistan for a Madrassah. In 2010, he opened JAMIA Shah e Jamaat Pakistan. Currently, he serves and teaches in the Madrassah, overseeing JMI during his regular visits to the UK. His dedication and expertise have made a significant impact, with over 300 students enrolled in the Madrassah in Pakistan. Shaykh Qari Mohammed Hadayat Ullah Naqshbandi’s journey reflects his unwavering commitment to spreading knowledge and serving the community both in the UK and Pakistan.

Serving With Purpose

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Shah Ahmad Noorani, an iconic figure in the religious and political landscape of Pakistan, holds a significant place in history. His lineage traces back to none other than Abu Bakar Alsiddqiue (RadiAllahuAnhu), highlighting his esteemed heritage

Renowned for his scholarship, Shah Ahmad Noorani was proficient in 17 languages and served as a global missionary and ambassador of Islam. During a brief tour of Europe in 1997, he graciously attended the opening of JMI in Peterborough. His presence and support added immense value to the occasion, reflecting his dedication to promoting Islam and fostering understanding across cultures. Shah Ahmad Noorani’s contributions have left an indelible mark on the religious and political landscape of Pakistan.

As time passed, Shaykh Qari Mohammed Hadayat Ullah Naqshbandi’s, legacy is carried forward but strengthened by his son, the current head teacher, who shares his father’s unwavering dedication and love for knowledge.