Sheikh Zubair Alizai

Introduction:

Shaykh al-Islām al-Hafiz Abu-Muaz Muhammad Zubair Bin Mujaddad Alizai (Rahimahullah) was born on June 25, 1957 A.D (Zul Qada 27th, 1376 Hijri A.H) in the small village of Pirdad in Punjab, Pakistan.
His ancestors hailed from Ghazni, Afghanistan, and they belonged to the renowned Pashtun tribe Alizai. As a result, he acquired the surname Alizai.
In 1982, he entered into marriage and was blessed by Allah (S.W.T) with three sons and four daughters.
His sons, Abdullah Saqib and Muaz Bin Zubair, have become Huffaz-e-Quran, which means they have memorized the entire Quran. They are actively involved in publishing their father's work online through the mobile app 'IshaatulHadith,' which is available for download on the Android store.

Personal Info:

Date of Birth: 25 June 1957 (i.e. 1376 hijri)
Date of Death: 10 Nov 2013 (i.e. 1435 hijri)
Aged: 56 years
Children: 3 sons and 4 daughters

Education:

Shaykh al-Islām al-Hafiz Abu-Muaz Muhammad Zubair Bin Mujaddad Alizai received his primary education in his paternal village, which has now transformed into a town. He pursued higher education and earned a Master's degree in Islamic Education and Arabic Literature from the University of Punjab in Lahore, Pakistan.
Shaykh al-Islām Zubair Alizai had the privilege to learn from esteemed teachers (asatiza, shuyookhs) whom he held in high regard and always mentioned their names with utmost respect and appreciation.

Teachers:

Ataullah Haneef Bhojiani (died: 1408 hijri)
Abul Qasim Muhibullah Shah Raashidi as-Sindhee (died: 1415 hijri)
Abu Muhammad Badee ud-Deen Shaah Raashidi as-Sindhee (died: 1416 hijri)
Abul Fadhal Faydh ur-Rehmaan Thawree (died: 1417 hijri)
Abul Rijal Allah Ditta Sohdarwi Lahori (died: 1422 hijri)
Hafiz Abdul Mannan Noorpuri (died: 1433 hijri)
Hafiz Abdul Hameed Azhar (died: 1437 hijri)
And many others.

Work:

He wrote and researched over 120 books, with half of them yet to be published.
He made significant contributions to the research on Sunan Arbaha. Click the links below to explore his work.
Sunan Abu Dawood
Jami' al-Tirmidhi
Sunan Al-Nasa'i
Sunan ibn Majah
Mishkat al-Masabih
All his other published books are available to read online here.

Videos & Audios:

We created a YouTube playlist where you can watch most of his videos.

Photos Gallary:

We created a Photos Gallery where you can see some of his photos.

What others say about him?

We created an Appreciation page where we have compiled quotes from several well-known scholars who have praised his work.

Home town:

Map of Map for WF2Q+F8 Hazro
Note: This page is officially managed by his youngest son, Hafiz Muaz Bin Zubair Alizai.