Ahmad Abdullāh al- Masdūsī
(1905–1968) احمد عبدالله المسدوسى was born in 1905 in Mahboobnagar, India
in a Hadhrami
Arab family BaMasdoos which was migrated to Deccan from Hazrmout (Hadhrmout) Yemen. His father Musdoos Bin Abdullah was an emir of Bamusdoos tribe as well as the qazi(cleric/magistrate), Imam and leader. He was a poet, honest and humble man, loved by one all. After the migration, he selected Mahboobnagar for his people, bought some land near the district jail, and constructed a mosque and then houses for all of his near and dear. He had two daughters and three sons Ali Masdoosi, Ahmed Abdullah Masdusi, and Salam Masdoosi
. Ali Al musdoosi migrated back to Yemen in his early days, to fight for the Arab land during early 1900s. Ahmed Abdullah Al Musdoosi studied and practiced law in the then Hyderabad. He was an activist who later gave up the lawyer profession. He was a close colleague to Nawab Bahadur Yar Jung, and one of the executive members of the then Majlis-e-ittehad ul muslimeen. In 1949 he migrated to Pakistan. He had written few but competent books and served as Professor of Law at Karachi University.
Completed secondary education in Mahboobnagar, and shifted to Dar-ul-uloom Hight school Hyderabad. Where Qayed-e-Millat Nawab Bahadur Yar Jung was his classmate. After completion of SSC, he joined Osmania University, where he got the companionship of famous scholars Dr. Mohammed Hameedullah and Dr. Raziuddin Siddiqui. He... Read More