|Biographical detail : ||A distinguished scholar, author, teacher and da’iyyah.
Syed Habibul-Haq Nadvi migrated to Pakistan in 1956 from India. In 1964 he won the Fullbright-Hays scholarship for higher studies at Harvard where he also took a Master’s degree with distinction at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Literature.
Habib’s zeal of service to Islam through academic work led him to accept the invitation to teach at the University of Durban. He took part in more than forty international conferences world-wide.
Habib authored many books, Palestine and International Politics, A Research on Semitic Studies, Bosnia Bleeds While Muslim World Sleeps, Muslim Russia, Islam awr Mustashriqin (in Urdu), etc.
Syed Habibul-Haq Nadvi was born in Barh, Bihar, India and died in Durban, South Africa after a major heart surgery.