Allama Syed Irfan Haider AbidiSociety — Public figure
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Allama Syed Irfan Haider Abidi, (1950–1998) was a Pakistani Famous scholar, religious leader, public speaker and poet from the Shi'ite sect of Islam. He was born in 1950 in Mahala Lucman, Khairpur, Sindh.
He was the son of Syed Amir Abbas Abidi from Khairpur. He got his primary education from Rahbar Primary School, then attended the Naaz High-school, Khairpur. He earned an MA from Karachi University. He got his basic and advance religious studies from Maulana Syed Qaisar Abbas.
Allama Irfan Abidi, was a regular speaker on Pakistan Television for several years.
Allama Irfan Abidi was very Popular and famous personality from Shia Sect of Islam Particularly in Sub Continent People of all Ages Used to attend his Lectures In Huge Numbers And Admired him for his contributions to Shia Community.He Was Praised And Cheered because of the Knowledge he Possesses on Different Themes of islam. Famous Noha khwaan Nadeem Sarwar also Considers Allama Irfan Abidi as his Role Model.Allama Irfan Abidi Is Featured in Many of his Noha Album including the famous Ali Maula Ali Maula in 1998 and Haye Sughra Bata Kia Likhon in 2006 Album
His Famous Quote "Mola Salamat Rakhay Ya Ali Madad Kehne Walo Ko" Has Become A Trademark For Shia's
On January 22, 1998 Allama Irfan Haider Abidi and his wife, Syeda Saeeda Khatoon, died in a traffic accident on Super Highway while coming from Khairpur . They were rushed to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where Syeda Saeeda Khatoon was pronounced dead. Abidi later died at the Aga Khan Hospital.[disambiguation needed] He was buried at Imambargah Khairul Amal in Ancholi, Karachi. As he was a very aggressive speaker and touched upon many sensitively issues, many believe this accident might be a planned one also.
Mourners Attended His Funeral Prayer In Large Numbers To Say Final Goodbye To One Of The Biggest Scholar Comes Out Of The Sub Continent
Even Till today people buy his dvd's and Cd's to remember him which are easily available on different islamic cd shops Including Bab Ul Ilm Library , Payam Ancholi And Different Shia Cd Stalls