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Haron Din

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Religion  Sunni Islam
Relations  Hassan Din (brothers)
Name  Haron Din
Children  Nurul Huda Haron
Parents  Lebai Din
Occupation  Politician

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Born  18 August 1940 (age 75) Bohor Mali, Simpang Empat, Perlis, British Malaya (now Malaysia) (1940-08-18)
Political party  Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party

Preceded by  Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat

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Tuan Guru Dato' Haron Din (Jawi: هارون بن دين‎; 18 August 1940 – 15 September 2016) was the spiritual leader of the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS).

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Education

Haron Din Dr Haron Din ABU NUHA CORNER
  • Klang Islamic College (1962-1965) - Sijil Tertinggi Kolej
  • Studies Diploma from Al-Azhar, Cairo (1966-1968)
  • M.A. in Sharia from Ain-Shams, Cairo University (1972-1974) - Ph.D in Sharia
  • National University of Malaysia (UKM) bestowed upon him Professorship in the year 1986.
  • He wrote a lot of books. Among them are "Man and Islam", "Islamic Education Philosophy","The Torch of Islam", "Tasawwur Islam", "Hudud in Islamic Jurisprudence" and many more.
  • Career

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  • Lecturer
  • Professor
  • Deputy Dean, Islamic Studies Faculty, National University of Malaysia (1977-1985)
  • Syariah Advisory Panel, CIMB
  • Syariah Advisory Panel, Bank Negara Malaysia
  • Syariah Advisory Council, Security Commission
  • Selangor Fatwa Council Member
  • Assistant Director Syariah Advisory Council, Bank Pembangunan
  • Chairman Syariah Advisory Council, RHB Bank
  • Deputy Chairman Syariah Advisory Council, Public Bank Berhad
  • Perlis Fatwa Avisory Council.
  • Syariah Advisory Council, Muamalat Financial Consulting
  • Politics

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  • PAS active member from 1974
  • PAS central committee member (1975-1983)
  • Central Committee Chief
  • PAS Scholar council
  • Vice spiritual leader of PAS
  • Allah word issue

    Haron Din Haron Din needs to step up says political analyst The Rakyat Post

    This particular issue tests the consensus of the ulema based party. Their top leaders for the likes of Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat and Abdul Hadi Awang, was rooting for the word to be used by Malaysian Catholics in their Malay version of the Bible. Haron however, opposed this idea by saying that it is an abomination for permitting such action. This caused a split in PAS as Haron was deemed as a prominent Islamic scholar. Haron stated that he did not agree to allow non-Muslim to use the word Allah.

    Death

    Haron Din Pas Haron Din slips into coma New Straits Times Malaysia

    Haron died on 15 September 2016 at the Stanford University Hospital in San Francisco, California, United States age of 76 due to coma. His body was buried at Five Pillars Farm, a Muslim Cemetery at 1761 Laughlin Rd, Livermore, California. Before his departure to the United States, he told his family and party leaders that he wanted to be buried in the country where he hold the last breath. Muslims believe in having a quick burial following death is the best and not putting the deceased and his family members in further suffering. His family executed to his wishes instead of flying the body on a long haul flight for customary burial on the home soil.

    Award

    Haron Din was awarded Darjah Kebesaran Datuk Paduka Mahkota Selangor (DPMS) from Sultan of Selangor in 2016. However, his son received the award, on behalf of Haron Din, from Sultan of Selangor.. He also being awarded posthumously special 'Maal Hijrah' award from Yang Di Pertuan Agong, Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah for his contribution to Islam at national and international levels.

    References

    Haron Din Wikipedia


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