Muhammad Abdul Haq Ansari and science in the medieval Islamic world had a great connection

Muhammad Abdul Haq Ansari's name comes first in Indian history to defend the Islamic religion. Muhammad Abdul Haq Ansari was born on 1st September 1931 in Uttar Pradesh and he mainly gave more importance to Islam. Muhammad Abdul Haq Ansari died on October 3, 2012. You must be aware that he was mainly a member of the Central Advisory Council of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind. He was also the Vice-Chancellor of Jamia Islamia, Shantapuram in Kerala.

Muhammad Abdul Haq Ansari was also the most known of Islam and the Quran in India. Yes, he laid the foundation stone of the Islamic Institute at the forefront of the Islamic Academy in Delhi. Let me tell you that the main objective of this institute was to divide Islamic science on the basis of education as well as the madrasa curriculum. Talking about studies, Muhammad Ansari studied Arabic philosophy and history in Aligarh and did his BA from Aligarh Muslim University in 1957. After studying, Muhammad Abdul Haq Ansari Ri also acquired knowledge of philosophy by giving more importance to the Muslim language in the country.

Muhammad Abdul Haq Ansari mainly believed in Islam and also did many things for peace and tranquillity in the country. At the same time, Muhammad Abdul Haq Ansari also taught Muslims in many universities while studying in them for the development of the country. Muhammad Abdul Haq Ansari was also a writer. Even though Muhammad Abdul Haq Ansari is no longer in this world, people still remember him.

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