Most Influential Muslims of the World;

Hazrat Ameen Mian Qaudri is among top 50


Our Leader Hazrat Ameen-e-Millat Professor Sayid Ameen Mian Qaudri has been recognised among the most Influential Muslims of the world by theAmman, Jordan-based Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre and Georgetown University .

He has been given Place at 44 th Number leaving behind even Zakir Naik .The list has Leaders representing 15 various categories like Administrative Social Political and Religious as well as Modern.

The Amman, Jordan-based Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre in collaboration with the Prince Alwaleed BinTalal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at the Georgetown University, Washington DC, has issued a list of 500 most influential Muslims in the world.

The book, edited by Professors John Esposito andIbrahim Kalin at Georgetown University in Washington, is the first in what is planned to be an annual survey of the top Muslim personalities around the world. It’s a joint effort by the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Center in Amman and Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding

Our another Leader Sheikh Aboobacker Ahmad of Sunni Markaz Kerala has also been mentioned with Honour for his Contribution in Changing the life of South Indian Muslims.

from (left) Hazrat Ameen-e-Millat with hazrat Ashraf Mian sahab

Influence: Approximately 2 million Barkatiya Barelwis worldwide

School of Thought: Traditional Sunni, Hanafi, Sufi

Country: India

Source of Influence: Administrative, Scholarly

Barelwi Leader and Spiritual Guide

Professor Sayid Ameen Mian Qaudri is leader of the Indian
Barelwis and a sajjada nashin, or Sufi disciple of the Barkatiya
Sufi tradition which stems from the Qadiriyyah tradition
of eminent Sufi master, ‘Abd al Qadir al Jilani (1077-1166 CE).
Counters Violence with Social Engagement A missionary movement, the Barelwis of the South Asian subcontinent have spread their message within the region and also among diaspora communities in Europe, North America, and South Africa. Centered on elevation of the last Prophet Muhammad as the perfect person who is ever-present, this group is distinct from Deobandi Muslims—who practice a more conservative brand of Islam and criticize the Sufi group as illicit innovators of Islam.
Leader of Important Sufi Movement Qaudri is professor of Urdu language at India’s esteemed Aligarh Muslim University and also leader of a South Asian Sufi movement based in a volatile region where religion has been used as a platform for violence—despite this, it thrives as an active and socially engaged mystical movement.

The Barelwis are an apolitical group that emphasizes social cohesion and spiritual upliftment.

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