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Muhammad Shafi
مفتی محمد شفیع
Mufti Muhammad Shafi (Usmani).jpg
1st President of Darul Uloom Karachi
In office
1951 – 6 October 1976
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byAbdul Hai Arifi
4th Chief Mufti of Darul Uloom Deoband
In office
c. 13 August 1931 – c. November 1935
Preceded byRiyazudin Bijnori
Succeeded byMuhammad Sahool Bhagalpuri
7th Chief Mufti of Darul Uloom Deoband
In office
c. 4 April 1940 – c. 23 March 1943
Preceded byKifayatullah Gangohi
Succeeded byFarooq Ahmad
Bornc. 25 January 1897
Deoband, North-Western Provinces, British India
Died6 October 1976(1976-10-06) (aged 79)
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
  • British Indian (1897-1947)
  • Indian (1947-1948)
  • Pakistani (1948-1976)
Era20th-century philosophy
Main interest(s)Tafsir
Notable work(s)Ma'ariful Qur'an
Alma materDarul Uloom Deoband
TariqaChishti (Sabiri-Imdadi)
Muslim leader
Disciple ofAshraf Ali Thanawi
Mahmud Hasan
  • Abul Hasan Jashori
Influenced by
  • Anwar Shah Kashmiri
    Mahmud Hasan
    Shabbir Ahmad Usmani
    Ashraf Ali Thanawi
    Aziz-ul-Rahman Usmani
    Mian Asghar Hussain Deobandi
    Izaz Ali Amrohi
    Muhammad Ibrahim Balliyawi
  • Muhammad Taqi Usmani
    Muhammad Rafi Usmani

Muḥammad Shafī‘ ibn Muḥammad Yāsīn ‘Us̱mānī Deobandī (Urdu: محمد شفیع بن محمد ياسین عثمانی دیوبندی; Arabic: محمد شفيع بن محمد ياسين العثماني الديوبندي, Muḥammad Shafī‘ ibn Muḥammad Yāsīn al-‘Uthmānī ad-Diyūbandī; c. 25 January 1897 – 6 October 1976),[note 1] often referred to as Mufti Muhammad Shafi, was a Pakistani Sunni Islamic scholar of the Deobandi school of Islamic thought.

A Hanafi jurist and mufti, he was also an authority on shari'ah, hadith, Qur'anic exegesis, and Sufism. Born in Deoband, British India, he graduated in 1917 from Darul Uloom Deoband, where he later taught hadith and held the post of Chief Mufti. He resigned from the school in 1943 to devote his time to the Pakistan Movement. After the independence he moved to Pakistan, where he established Darul Uloom Karachi in 1951. Of his written works, his best-known is Ma'ariful Qur'an, a commentary on the Qur'an.
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