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Name: Shah Mohammad Waliullah
Father's name: Mohammad Ramij Shah

Religion Islam (Sunni)
Date of Birth: 12-12-1976
Marital Status: Married
Nationality: Bangladeshi (By birth)
Language Knowledge Bangla, Arabic, English, Urdu & Hindi. Passport No: A 0912529

Pesh Imam & Khatib Sobhanbagh Masjid & Madrasah, Complex, 2/A, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka – 1209. Bangladesh. A.T.N. Bangla 01) Tafseerul Quran
02) Islami Sawal & Jawab.
98 kaji Najrul Islam Avenue, Kawran Bazar, Dhaka-1215, Bangladesh. Chairmen: Rahabar Multimedia.
Flat : 6/C, House : 82, West Agargaon Sherebangla Nagar, Dhaka-1207 Bangladesh.
Head Muhaddish:
(Assistant Professor) Hazrat Shah Ali Bagdadi (Rah) Kamil, (M.A.) Madrasha, Mirpur-1 Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh. Islamic T.V:
34/1 Poribag, Bangla motor
Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh. 01) Tafseerul Quran (Daily),
02) Zene Neen (Questions & Answer about rights of all human beings, live four days in week & Three days is recorded).
Educational Qualification (Local):
Name of ExaminationYearDivision/ClassBoard/University
Kamil (M.A. in Hadith)20021st Madrasha Education
Kamil (M.A. in Fiqh)20011st Madrasha Education
Kamil (M.A. in Tafseer)19971st Madrasha Education
Fazil (B.A.)19952ndMadrasha Education
B.A. Hon’s 1993/941st Darul Ihsan University
Alim19932ndMadrasha Education
Dakhil19912ndMadrasha Education
Training (Local):
Arabic Language Course1993Darul Ihsan University
Islamic Economics & Banking2004Central Shariah Board for Islamic Banks of Bangladesh

Educational Qualification (Foreign):
M. Ad. in Dawah & Fatwa 2004-2005Al Azhar University Egypt Islamic Economics & Banking2005Al Azhar University Egypt

Training (Foreign) :
Muslim personality 2006International organization for introducing Islam-Madinah al Munauara K.S.A. Dawah & Fatwa2006International organization for introducing Islam-Madinah al Munauara K.S.A.

Major Academic Course Records:
Al Quran, Al Hadith, Ulumul Quran, Ulumul Hadith, Al Makased Ash Shariah, Arabic Literature, English Literature, Bangla Literature, Ad Dawah Al Islamiah, Ad Dawah Al Islamiah, Ad Tarabiah Al Islamiah, Al Fiqh, Islamic Economics, Islamic History, General History, International Politicks, Al-Gajual fakery.


1. Bisakto Teer,
2. Garib Tate Dukkho Kiser,
3. Deenar Opor Abichol Thakar Gurotto

How to read the Holy Quran without teacher.


Name: Mohammad Saifuddin Belal
Father's Name: Belal Hossain
Date of birth: 10/11/1968
Nationality: Bangladeshi
Marital Status: Married
Fax: 00966 03 5874644

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