With the participation of Muslim officials and scholars the funeral of Sheikh Al-Qaradawi in Qatar

With the participation of Muslim officials and scholars the funeral of Sheikh Al-Qaradawi in Qatar Thousands of people buried Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi in a cemetery in the Qatari capital. The funeral ceremony took place from a mosque in Doha, in which high-ranking Qatari officials and a large number of scholars, academics and Islamic personalities participated.  On Tuesday, thousands of people mourned the body of Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi to his grave in a cemetery in the Qatari capital.  On Tuesday afternoon, the Imam Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab Mosque, one of the mosques in the Qatari capital, Doha, witnessed the start of the funeral ceremony of Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi .  The funeral prayer for al-Qaradawi was held at the Imam Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab Mosque in Doha, in the presence of his son Abdul Rahman and a crowd estimated at thousands, raising the voice with “takbeer” as the body left the mosque.  High-ranking Qatari officials participated in the funeral, including Deputy Emir Abdullah bin Hamad Al Thani, his personal representative Jassem bin Hamad Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Khalid bin Khalifa Al Thani, and Minister of Awqaf Ghanem bin Shaheen Al-Ghanim.  The funeral also witnessed the participation of a large number of scholars, academics and Islamic personalities, including the Secretary-General of the International Union of Muslim Scholars Sheikh Ali Al-Qara Daghi, Ali Erbash, the Turkish head of religious affairs, the Turkish academic Yasin Aktay, and the preacher Tariq Al-Suwaidan, according to local media.  The funeral witnessed the participation of prominent leaders of the Palestinian "Hamas" movement, including the head of its political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, and its head outside Palestine, Khaled Meshaal.  Yesterday, Monday, the International Union of Muslim Scholars announced the death of its founder, Sheikh Al-Qaradawi, at the age of 96.  The union said through its official account on Facebook: "Go to the mercy of God, His Eminence, Imam Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the founding president of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, who gave his life explaining the provisions of Islam."  Yusuf Al-Qaradawi was born on September 9, 1926 in the village of Saft Turab in northern Egypt, which is famous for containing the tomb of the last dead companions in Egypt, Abdullah bin Al-Harith bin Juz Al-Zubaidi. He completed the memorization of the Noble Qur’an and mastered the provisions of its recitation when he was less than ten years old, and he joined the Al-Azhar institutes, where he completed his primary and secondary studies, and his rank was in the second secondary certificate for the Kingdom of Egypt at the time, despite the circumstances of his arrest during that period.  Al-Qaradawi joined the Faculty of Fundamentals of Religion at Al-Azhar University, from which he obtained the “higher license” in 1953, and was ranked first, then he obtained the “international license” with a teaching license from the Faculty of Arabic Language in 1954, and he was also ranked first, and in 1958 he obtained an institute diploma Higher Arabic Studies in Language and Literature.  In 1960, he obtained a preparatory study equivalent to a master’s degree in the Department of Quran and Sunnah Sciences from the Faculty of Fundamentals of Religion, and in 1973 he obtained a doctorate with distinction with first honors from the same college with a research on Zakat and its impact on solving social problems.  He also worked for a period of rhetoric and teaching in mosques, then became supervisor of the Institute of Imams of the Ministry of Awqaf in Egypt, and then was transferred to the General Administration of Islamic Culture at Al-Azhar Al-Sharif to supervise its publications.  Science activity  In 1961, al-Qaradawi was seconded to Qatar as dean of its secondary religious institute, and in 1973 he headed the Department of Islamic Studies at the Colleges of Education for Boys and Girls, the nucleus of Qatar University.  In 1977, he established and deaned the College of Sharia and Islamic Studies at Qatar University, and remained its dean until the end of the academic year 1989/1990.  He was seconded from Qatar to Algeria in the academic year 1990/1991 to chair the scientific councils of its university and higher Islamic institutes, then returned to his work in Qatar as director of the Sunnah and Biography Research Center.  Al-Qaradawi was a regular guest on one of the most important religious programs, "Al-Sharia and Al-Hayat", on the Qatari Al-Jazeera channel for many years. He also served as the presidency of the International Union of Muslim Scholars after its founding in 2004, to be succeeded by Moroccan Ahmed Raissouni in 2018.  Bus life  Since the dawn of his youth, Al-Qaradawi has been engaged in preaching through sermons, lectures, lessons and conversations, and traveling in the governorates of Egypt and Arab countries, and was helped by his early contact with the Brotherhood movement (founded in 1928 in Egypt), during which he met its founder Hassan Al-Banna (1906-1949).  At the time, Al-Qaradawi was arrested several times, first in 1949 and 1954, and then in November of the same year when his detention lasted for about 20 months, as well as in 1963.  After the overthrow of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (1981-2011) after the outbreak of the January 2011 revolution, Al-Qaradawi returned to Egypt to lead Friday prayers in Tahrir Square in February 2011 with the participation of about 3 million people.  In May 2013, al-Qaradawi visited Gaza, his first visit to the Strip since Israel began its siege more than 6 years ago, and the third in his life.  He became a member of many councils, centers, and scientific, advocacy, educational, economic and social institutions in the Islamic world, such as the Supreme Council for Education in Qatar, the Board of Trustees of the Islamic Call Organization in Africa, the Muslim World League in Makkah, the Organization of the Islamic Conference in Jeddah, the Board of Trustees of the International Islamic University in Islamabad, and the Board of Trustees The Oxford Center for Islamic Studies, the Islamic Literature Association of India, and other institutions.  Books and awards  Al-Qaradawi was active in the fields of scientific writing, advocacy, jurisprudence, fatwas, conferences, seminars, lectures, Islamic economics and social work, until he became "one of the references approved by many Muslims."  He was the author of a fatwa whose biography says that it is based on facilitation, not difficulty, reliance on argument and evidence, freedom from fanaticism and imitation, and addressing people in the language of their time.  Among his famous books is the book “Halal and Haram in Islam.” According to his autobiography, “the book spread unparalleled in the Arab and Islamic world, and was printed no less than forty times in Arabic, and in other languages, including Turkish.”  He is known for standing in the face of the "wave of atonement", and in this he published his letter, which he called "the phenomenon of exaggeration in atonement", of which tens of thousands of copies have been printed, and has also been translated into a number of languages.  The late imam received awards, including the Islamic Development Bank Award in Islamic Economics, the King Faisal International Prize in Islamic Studies, and the Distinguished Scientific Giving Award from the President of the International Islamic University in Malaysia for the year 1996. He also received the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah (Sultan of Brunei) Award in jurisprudence. Islamic for the year 1997.  Yesterday, Monday, Turkey and Qatar presented a broad Islamic obituary to Al-Qaradawi, after the International Union of Muslim Scholars announced the death of its founder at the age of 96.  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a telephone conversation with the son of the late Abdul Rahman Yusuf, offered his condolences to Al-Qaradawi's family, asking God for mercy.  The Turkish president said that the late "did not give up throughout his life what he believed in, and he was the best example to follow for reconciling the principles of Islam and life."

Thousands of people buried Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi in a cemetery in the Qatari capital. The funeral ceremony took place from a mosque in Doha, in which high-ranking Qatari officials and a large number of scholars, academics and Islamic personalities participated.

On Tuesday, thousands of people mourned the body of Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi to his grave in a cemetery in the Qatari capital.

On Tuesday afternoon, the Imam Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab Mosque, one of the mosques in the Qatari capital, Doha, witnessed the start of the funeral ceremony of Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi .

The funeral prayer for al-Qaradawi was held at the Imam Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab Mosque in Doha, in the presence of his son Abdul Rahman and a crowd estimated at thousands, raising the voice with “takbeer” as the body left the mosque.

High-ranking Qatari officials participated in the funeral, including Deputy Emir Abdullah bin Hamad Al Thani, his personal representative Jassem bin Hamad Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Khalid bin Khalifa Al Thani, and Minister of Awqaf Ghanem bin Shaheen Al-Ghanim.

The funeral also witnessed the participation of a large number of scholars, academics and Islamic personalities, including the Secretary-General of the International Union of Muslim Scholars Sheikh Ali Al-Qara Daghi, Ali Erbash, the Turkish head of religious affairs, the Turkish academic Yasin Aktay, and the preacher Tariq Al-Suwaidan, according to local media.

The funeral witnessed the participation of prominent leaders of the Palestinian "Hamas" movement, including the head of its political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, and its head outside Palestine, Khaled Meshaal.

Yesterday, Monday, the International Union of Muslim Scholars announced the death of its founder, Sheikh Al-Qaradawi, at the age of 96.

The union said through its official account on Facebook: "Go to the mercy of God, His Eminence, Imam Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the founding president of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, who gave his life explaining the provisions of Islam."

Yusuf Al-Qaradawi was born on September 9, 1926 in the village of Saft Turab in northern Egypt, which is famous for containing the tomb of the last dead companions in Egypt, Abdullah bin Al-Harith bin Juz Al-Zubaidi. He completed the memorization of the Noble Qur’an and mastered the provisions of its recitation when he was less than ten years old, and he joined the Al-Azhar institutes, where he completed his primary and secondary studies, and his rank was in the second secondary certificate for the Kingdom of Egypt at the time, despite the circumstances of his arrest during that period.

Al-Qaradawi joined the Faculty of Fundamentals of Religion at Al-Azhar University, from which he obtained the “higher license” in 1953, and was ranked first, then he obtained the “international license” with a teaching license from the Faculty of Arabic Language in 1954, and he was also ranked first, and in 1958 he obtained an institute diploma Higher Arabic Studies in Language and Literature.

In 1960, he obtained a preparatory study equivalent to a master’s degree in the Department of Quran and Sunnah Sciences from the Faculty of Fundamentals of Religion, and in 1973 he obtained a doctorate with distinction with first honors from the same college with a research on Zakat and its impact on solving social problems.

He also worked for a period of rhetoric and teaching in mosques, then became supervisor of the Institute of Imams of the Ministry of Awqaf in Egypt, and then was transferred to the General Administration of Islamic Culture at Al-Azhar Al-Sharif to supervise its publications.

Science activity

In 1961, al-Qaradawi was seconded to Qatar as dean of its secondary religious institute, and in 1973 he headed the Department of Islamic Studies at the Colleges of Education for Boys and Girls, the nucleus of Qatar University.

In 1977, he established and deaned the College of Sharia and Islamic Studies at Qatar University, and remained its dean until the end of the academic year 1989/1990.

He was seconded from Qatar to Algeria in the academic year 1990/1991 to chair the scientific councils of its university and higher Islamic institutes, then returned to his work in Qatar as director of the Sunnah and Biography Research Center.

Al-Qaradawi was a regular guest on one of the most important religious programs, "Al-Sharia and Al-Hayat", on the Qatari Al-Jazeera channel for many years. He also served as the presidency of the International Union of Muslim Scholars after its founding in 2004, to be succeeded by Moroccan Ahmed Raissouni in 2018.

Bus life

Since the dawn of his youth, Al-Qaradawi has been engaged in preaching through sermons, lectures, lessons and conversations, and traveling in the governorates of Egypt and Arab countries, and was helped by his early contact with the Brotherhood movement (founded in 1928 in Egypt), during which he met its founder Hassan Al-Banna (1906-1949).

At the time, Al-Qaradawi was arrested several times, first in 1949 and 1954, and then in November of the same year when his detention lasted for about 20 months, as well as in 1963.

After the overthrow of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (1981-2011) after the outbreak of the January 2011 revolution, Al-Qaradawi returned to Egypt to lead Friday prayers in Tahrir Square in February 2011 with the participation of about 3 million people.

In May 2013, al-Qaradawi visited Gaza, his first visit to the Strip since Israel began its siege more than 6 years ago, and the third in his life.

He became a member of many councils, centers, and scientific, advocacy, educational, economic and social institutions in the Islamic world, such as the Supreme Council for Education in Qatar, the Board of Trustees of the Islamic Call Organization in Africa, the Muslim World League in Makkah, the Organization of the Islamic Conference in Jeddah, the Board of Trustees of the International Islamic University in Islamabad, and the Board of Trustees The Oxford Center for Islamic Studies, the Islamic Literature Association of India, and other institutions.

Books and awards

Al-Qaradawi was active in the fields of scientific writing, advocacy, jurisprudence, fatwas, conferences, seminars, lectures, Islamic economics and social work, until he became "one of the references approved by many Muslims."

He was the author of a fatwa whose biography says that it is based on facilitation, not difficulty, reliance on argument and evidence, freedom from fanaticism and imitation, and addressing people in the language of their time.

Among his famous books is the book “Halal and Haram in Islam.” According to his autobiography, “the book spread unparalleled in the Arab and Islamic world, and was printed no less than forty times in Arabic, and in other languages, including Turkish.”

He is known for standing in the face of the "wave of atonement", and in this he published his letter, which he called "the phenomenon of exaggeration in atonement", of which tens of thousands of copies have been printed, and has also been translated into a number of languages.

The late imam received awards, including the Islamic Development Bank Award in Islamic Economics, the King Faisal International Prize in Islamic Studies, and the Distinguished Scientific Giving Award from the President of the International Islamic University in Malaysia for the year 1996. He also received the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah (Sultan of Brunei) Award in jurisprudence. Islamic for the year 1997.

Yesterday, Monday, Turkey and Qatar presented a broad Islamic obituary to Al-Qaradawi, after the International Union of Muslim Scholars announced the death of its founder at the age of 96.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a telephone conversation with the son of the late Abdul Rahman Yusuf, offered his condolences to Al-Qaradawi's family, asking God for mercy.

The Turkish president said that the late "did not give up throughout his life what he believed in, and he was the best example to follow for reconciling the principles of Islam and life."

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