About Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami

Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami started working with a pledge to safeguard the independence, territorial sovereignty and Islamic values of Bangladesh which emerged as an independent state in 1971 through a great war of liberation. Since its inception the Jamaate Islami has been working to implement the Islamic code of life, prescribed by Allah and shown by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), with a view to turning Bangladesh into an Islamic welfare state, consequently, achieving the pleasure of Allah and salvation in the life hereafter.

The Jamaate Islami has been striving to forge national unity and to invigorate Islamic values with a view to ensuring internal peace and order and thwarting external threats or invasions.

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Secretary General meets the lawyers; urges to work wholeheartedly to ensure people’s voting rights

Secretary General of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami and 20 party alliance’s candidate for Dhaka-15 (Mirpur-Kafrul) constituency Dr. Shafiqur Rahman has said that the lawyers had provided positive instruction and guidance in many crucial periods of the nation. Their historical role also helped us to achieve our independence struggle. Like those...

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City Ameer

Mohammad Selim Uddin is an Ameer of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami, Dhaka City North Branch and also Central Executive Member of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami. He served as the president of Moulvibazar city branch in 1993-94, district president of Moulvibazar in 1995-97 and also president of Sylhet City in 2000 of Bangladesh Islami Chhatrashibir, Asia’s largest student organization. He also served as the Central Publications Secretary in 2001, Central Office Secretary in 2002. He was Secretary General of Bangladesh Islami Chhatrashibir for the session of 2003. Subsequently He was elected as Central President of Bangladesh Islami Chhatrashibir for the session of 2004 and 2005.


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Darsul Qur’an

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Darsul Hadis

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