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List of modern-day Muslim scholars of Islam

This article is a list of modern-era (20th to 21st century) scholars of Islam who are considered by reliable sources to be leading authorities on the teachings and rulings of the Islamic religion.

Geographical categories have been created based on commonalities in culture and language across the Muslim World.

Contents

  • Africa and the Middle East 1
    • The Arabian Peninsula 1.1
  • South Asia 2
  • Eastern and Southern Asia 3
  • Eastern Europe 4
  • Western Europe 5
  • United Kingdom 6
  • North America 7
  • See also 8
  • References 9

Africa and the Middle East

The Arabian Peninsula

South Asia

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C

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I

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K

M

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  • Omar Khalidi (1953–2010), Hyderabad, India. migrated to US.

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R

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Eastern and Southern Asia

Eastern Europe

Western Europe

United Kingdom

North America

See also

References

  1. ^ "Hazrat Sakhi Sultan Mohammad Najib ur Rehman". Khadim Sultan ul Faqr. 
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