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Dawat-e-Islami is an Islamic organization based in Pakistan. Founded in the early 1980’s by Allama Arshadul Qaudri and Islamic scholar Shah Ahmad Noorani, the organization is ideologically aligned with Sunni Islam. It has several Islamic educational institutions around the World. In addition to local charity efforts, Dawat-e-Islami also offers online courses in Islamic studies and runs a television station, Madani Channel.
It points to an emphasis on individual reform which can lead to a broader social reform. This reform is to be achieved through Tableegh, eschewing what are considered to be ‘contemporary forms of politics’ and calling for a revival of core Islamic traditions of Akhlaq (Good manners), Huqooq-ul-Ibaad (Rights of humans), and Ilm-e-deen (Islamic sciences). Muhammad Ilyas Qadri, head of DI, cites Imam Ahmed Raza Khan (1856-1921), an Islamic scholar considered by many to be the Mujaddid of his time, to be a singular source of guidance and inspiration in his mission.
The philosophy of Dawat e Islami revolves around purifying society from what it views as moral decay. According to the organization’s official book on its founder, Dawat e Islami seeks to remove societal ills such as gambling and alcoholism via its missionary work.
Allama Arshadul Qaudri and Islamic scholar Shah Ahmad Noorani, since 1973 head of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP), were the most prominent of the “founding figures” and early supporters of Da´wat-e Islāmī. Along with other Pakistani Sunni ´ulemā´ they selected Muhammad Muhammad Ilyas Qadri, who was the then Punjab president of Anjuman Tulaba-ye Islām, JUP´s youth wing,23 as its head (Amīr) at Dār-ul ´ulūm Amjadia.