Mufti Ahmadul Qaderi Misbahi

Founder and Imam of Islamic Academy Inc. Noori Masjid

Shyakh Mufti Ahmadul Qaderi دامت برکاته received his Ijaza in Alim, Fazil and Mufti courses from Aljamia-tul-Ashriaf MubrakPur. Afterwards, he spent years teaching at Aljamiat-ul-Ashraif  and produced many famous scholars and Ulema. In 1995, he moved to Africa and then from there to Chicago, USA; following to Dallas, TX. Since then, he has been serving the Dallas community.

He founded Islamic Academy Inc. in early 2000 and over the past decade a beautiful Masjid has been built. Currently, under Islamic Academy there is Noori Masjid, Noori Garden, and DUA House. For more information please visit www.NooriMasjid.org

Many World Renowned Mashaikhs have given Ijazat and Khalifat to Mufti Sahib

  1. Taajush Sharia Allam Akhtar Raza Khan Azhari. The great son of Imam Ahmed Raza Braveli
  2. Fazeelatut Shaykh Mohammad Sayeed Alkaheel. Imam and Khateeb of Khalid bin Waleed Masjid Homs Syria
  3. Sharahe Bukhair Mufti Shariful Haq. Muft of Aljamiatul Ashrafi Mubarakpur
  4. Mufti Mohammad Husain Qadri. Khalif of Mufti Azam Hind, the son of Imam Ahmad Raza Qadri
  5. Muhaddise Kabeer Allam Zia-ul-Mustafa. The son of Sadrush Shair, author of Bahar-e-Shariat
  6. Maulana Badrul Qaderi, Netherland. Khalifa of Mufti Azam Hind, the son of Imam Ahmed Raza
  7. Maulan Abdul Mobin Noumani Sahib

 Commendations given to Mufti Sahib by Wrodl renowed scholdar

  1. Allama Syed Shah Turabu Haq Qadir (Rahmatullah Alaih)
  2. Muhaddise Kabeer Allama Ziaul Mustafa Qadir. The son of Sadrush Sharia, author of Bahar-e-Shariat
  3. Allama Qamruzzama Azmi Sahib
  4. Allama Shakir Noori Sahib. Ameer Sunni Dawat-e-Islami
  5. Allama Irfan Shah Mashhaid
  6. Allama Shahid Raza Naeemi
  7. Allama Mohammad Maqsood Ahmed Qadri. Former Imam Data Darbar
  8. Allama Gufra Siddiqui Sahib
  9. Mufti Qamrul Hasan Sahib. Chief Justice Rooyat-e-Hilal Committee
  10. Maulan Ghulam Subhani Sahib Qibal
  11. Dr. M. Ahmad Qadri (Gold Medalist)

Mufti Ahmadul Qaderi graduated from Aljamiat-ul-Ashriaf in 1983