|Date of Birth||April 26, 1932|
|Place of Birth||India|
Israr Ahmed was born on April 26, 1932 in India. He died on Apr 14, 2010 (age 77). Islamic scholar and philosopher from Pakistan who is credited with establishing the religious group known as Tanzeem-e-Islami. In addition to that, he hosted the spiritual programme Peace TV on television.
After receiving his degree in medicine from King Edward Medical University in 1954, he began his career as a physician. More than 20,000 individuals paid their respects when he passed away in 2010, a testament to the magnitude of his influence. His father held an official position in the British government.
Israr Ahmed was a Pakistani Islamic theologian, philosopher, and mystic who wrote many books on Islam. His most famous work is the Tafsir-e-Nur, which is a commentary on the Qur’an. He also wrote many books on Hadith, Fiqh, and Tasawwuf. He was very popular in the Muslim world and his books are widely read.
Wife and Family
Israr Ahmed’s wife, Zaib-un-Nisa, is a homemaker and a loving mother to their five children. She has always been a supportive wife to Israr and has helped him in his work, whether it is in his preaching or writing. She is also a good cook and often prepares the meals for their family.