Abdul Habib Attari

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Haji Abdul Habib Attari, an Islamic scholar, was born on 14th October 1974 in Karachi, Pakistan. He graduated from Jamia Amjadiya Karachi and is a member of the Central Executive Committee of Dawat-e-Islami.

In 2009, he was appointed as the Rukn of Markazi Majlis-e-Shura of Dawat-e-Islami, and since then has provided religious services for various organizational duties. He holds multiple positions including Ruk-e-Shura for UK, Shariah Advisory Board member, and staff for various departments such as Madani Channel and Legal Aid.[1]

Religious contribution

Through his religious contributions to the Ahle Sunnah community, Attari became a well-known figure both in Pakistan and elsewhere. Attari attended the opening ceremony of the 'Masjid Faiz-e-Iman' in Hagen city, Germany, which was converted from a church into a mosque by Muslims.[2][3]

In May 2022, he was invited to speak in United Kingdom along with Imran Attari at Faizan-e-Madina Birmingham.[4]

During his journey of preaching, Attari has met with various celebrities. One of these instances was during the Umrah trip of a well-known Pakistani cricketer, where Attari gifted the athlete a digital Quran and showcased its features. The encounter was documented on social media and highlights Attari's outreach efforts.[5]

Philantrophic responsibilities

The Faizan Rehabilitation Centre and Faizan Global Relief Foundation focus on differently-abled children up to eight years, and the centre's purpose is to bring these individuals back towards normal life.

At a program attended by City administrator Laeeq Ahmed, director-general of parks and horticulture Taha Saleem, and members of civil society, Ahmed emphasized that there are over 900,000 differently-abled persons in Sindh, but only around 30 government centres for them which are insufficient. Abdul Habib Attari also attended the program and noted that the FRC's purpose is to bring these people back towards normal life, which is a welcome sign.[6]

Attari led a delegation that met with the Chief Minister of Punjab, Chaudhry Parvez Elahi, to discuss the philanthropic work carried out by the organization. The CM appreciated the services provided by FGRF and ensured full support for their initiatives. A joint committee was formed to coordinate rehabilitation measures for flood victims, with FGRF and the Punjab government working together to ensure the resettlement of the affected individuals. The CM stated that flood victims were housed and received financial assistance for house construction. Medical teams were formed to prevent epidemics in affected areas.[7][8][9]


  1. "Personality Profile". www.dawateislami.org. Retrieved 2023-02-17.
  2. "Pakistan- Church converted into mosque in Germany | MENAFN.COM". menafn.com. Retrieved 2023-02-17.
  3. TNN, Correspondent (2019-09-11). "Church converted into mosque in Germany | TNN". TNN | Tribal News Network. Retrieved 2023-02-17.
  4. "London; Imran Attari and Abdul Habib Attari will arrive in the UK on May 20". Pothwar News. Retrieved 2023-02-17.
  5. "What did this Dawat-e-Islami scholar gift Babar Azam during his Umrah?". www.geo.tv. Retrieved 2023-02-17.
  6. Reporter, The Newspaper's Staff (2021-03-01). "'Centres for special citizens insufficient'". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 2023-02-17.
  7. desk, News (2022-09-13). "FGRF delegation calls on CM Punjab, brief about philanthropic work". Pakistan Observer. Retrieved 2023-02-17. {{cite web}}: |first= has generic name (help)
  8. "FAIZAN GLOBAL RELIEF FOUNDATION'S DELEGATION CALLS ON CM PUNJAB | Office of the Chief Minister of Punjab, Government of the Punjab". cm.punjab.gov.pk. Retrieved 2023-02-17.
  9. "Health card programme will be further improved, says CM Parvez". The Nation. 2022-09-13. Retrieved 2023-02-17.

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