Agni Paritchai 10-01-2015 Jainul Abideen P (Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamath party-TNTJ) Interview In Puthiya Thalaimurai TV

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Jainul Abideen P (Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamath party-TNTJ) in Agni Paritchai (10/01/2015)

P. Jainul Abideen is an Islamic scholar of highest eminence and a very powerful orator in Tamil.But, not many know this scholar, due to the regional language limitations.He is prodigiously well-informed, eloquent, confident, true, honest, sincere, lucid, and simple in style, reaching Gods Message of Islam straight to peoples heart.With profound knowledge in Islam and clarity of thought he is continuously engaged in comparative study of religion

Family & Education:
Moulvi P. Jainul Abideen was born on 10th February 1953, in a small town thondi in Ramnad District, Tamil Nadu. He was the second son of the couple – Janab Peer Muhammed and Janaba Mariyam Beevi. He studied at the local Primary School till his tenth year. He was also taught reading of the Quran while studying in the Primary school. When he completed the reading of the Quran, which he did in his tenth year, he was sent to Jami Anwarul Uloom, Trichy in 1963. It is a famous centre of Islamic studies. Moulvi P. Jainul Abideen studied for three years, upto 1966, in Trichy and then moved over to Athikadai (Tanjore District) Arabic College for a short period. Then he joined Madrasa Manbaul Uloom, Koothanellore. From 1967 to 1970 he studied at this centre of Islamic higher studies and graduated as an Aalim. During the seven years, between 1963 and 1970, while he was studying in Arabic institutions he had the fortune of being under the tutelage of some of the eminent Islamic scholars of South India, namely Moulana Moulvi Abdus Salam, Moulana Moulvi Abdul Kareem and Moulana Moulvi Abdul Ghani.