Saft Turab, (now ) Religion Era Modern Region Denomination () Jurisprudence Notable work(s) Fiqh al-Zakat, al-Halal wa al-Haram fi al-Islam, Fiqh al-Jihad, Fiqh al-Awlawiyyat, Fiqh al-Dawlah, Madkhal li-Ma'rifat al-Islam and others (, ) • 1952 - Alimiyya degree, College of Usul ad-Din (Religious Fundamentals of Islam) • 1958 - Post-Graduate Diploma in Arabic Language Studies, Institute of Advanced Studies in Arabic Language and Literature • 1960 - Master's degree • 1973 - Ph.D. Degree, Department of Quranic Studies at the College of Usul ad-Din Occupation Senior posting. Influenced •, Awards () Prize of the Islamic University () International Holy Quran Award () the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Prize () Al-Owais Prize () Medal of Independence, First Class () Top 10 in, () Top 20 Intellectuals Worldwide by, (, ) Website Yusuf al-Qaradawi (: يوسف القرضاوي, Yūsuf al-Qaraḍāwī; or Yusuf al-Qardawi; born 9 September 1926) is an Egyptian based in Doha, Qatar, and chairman of the. His influences include,. He is best known for his programme الشريعة والحياة, al-Sharīʿa wa al-Ḥayāh (' and Life'), broadcast on, which has an estimated audience of 40-60 million worldwide. He is also known for, a website he helped to found in 1997 and for which he serves as chief religious scholar.
Al-Qaradawi has published more than 120 books, including and Islam: The Future Civilization. He has also received eight international prizes for his contributions to Islamic scholarship, and is considered one of the most influential such scholars living today. Al-Qaradawi has long had a prominent role within the intellectual leadership of the, an Egyptian political organization, although he has repeatedly stated that he is no longer a member and twice (in 1976 and 2004) turned down offers for the official role in the organization. Some of al-Qaradawi's views, such as his condoning of Palestinian suicide bombings against Israelis, have caused reactions from governments in the West: he was refused an entry visa to the United Kingdom in 2008, and barred from entering France in 2012. • • • Al-Qaradawi was born in 1926 in Saft Turab village in the, now in, Egypt, into a poor family of devout Muslim peasants. He became an orphan at the age of two, when he lost his father.
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He then joined the Institute of Religious Studies at, and graduated after nine years of study. While in Tanta, Al-Qaradawi first encountered, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, when al Banna gave a lecture at his school. Al-Qaradawi has written of the lasting impact of this encounter, describing al Banna as 'brilliantly radiating, as if his words were revelation or live coals from the light of prophecy.' He moved on to study Islamic Theology at the in, from which he graduated in 1953. He earned a diploma in Arabic Language and Literature in 1958 at the Advanced Arabic Studies Institute. He enrolled in the graduate program in the Department of Quran and Sciences of the Faculty of Religion's Fundamentals (Usul al-Din), and graduated with a master's degree in Quranic Studies in 1960. In 1962, he was sent by Al-Azhar University to Qatar to head the Qatari Secondary Institute of Religious Studies.