Islamic scholar Dr Israr passes away

Express April 14, 2010

LAHORE: Famous islamic scholar, Dr Israr Ahmed, passed away in his home in Lahore's Model Town.

Dr Israr had been suffering heart and breathing problems as well as back aches for several days. He suffered from pain on Tuesday night, but refused to be taken to the hospital by his attendant.

A little while later, Dr Israr passed away. His funeral prayers were offered at Model Town's Central Park.

The scholar had founded the Tehrik-e-Khilafat Movement in 1991 and is the author of more than 100 books.


Ali K. | 12 years ago | Reply Good Riddance. He spent his life dedicated to making the lives of others especially minorities miserable. Mawdudis children must be taken to task for the suffering they have caused not lauded in death just because it is not PC in our society to do otherwise. The cultural imprint these a**holes have left is not something that should be taken lightly.
IMRAN MALIK | 12 years ago | Reply A great loss to the Muslim Ummah. its end of an era. But unfortunately we have not utilized his services and thought process in our country and banned him for baseless reasons. Media too has not given his death any importance. They have treated it as a normal death.
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