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International Islamic Propagation Center (IIPC) is an Islamic missionary organization based in Karachi, Pakistan.

It was established in 1987 by its present chairman, Mohammad Shaikh as a Da'wah organization with its main objectives to conduct research and study on the Qur’an and comparative religion, proselytism of Islam, support to converts and giving assistance to the destitute.

The IIPC's initial activities consisted of inviting the common and lay people of Karachi to study the Qur’an of their own. With time, the center moved to a more spacious accommodation and the chairman started delivering lectures in front of larger audiences. Along with its principal activities, IIPC also operates an IPTV channel, IIPC TV. [1]


Mohammad Shaikh, (born October 6, 1952) is a Pakistani Muslim public speaker, and the founding chairperson of the International Islamic Propagation Center.

He is known for advocating reform of religious belief and practice by reverting to the Qur'an as the only infallible authoritative text for Islam and for delivering public lectures on Qur'anic inflection. [2] His approach of understanding the Qur'an solely by the aid of its own passages is in contrast with traditional scholarship which subjects the Qur'an at par and at times below numerous other texts in matters of interpretation and exegesis. [3] [4] [5]


  1. ^ About IIPC
  2. ^ SHAIKH, Mohammad, What Al Quran says about Al Quran?, (Karachi, 2003)
  3. ^ VON DENFFER, AHMED, Ulum Al-Qur'an, (Islamic Foundation, Leicester, 1983)
  4. ^ NIAZI, Dr Liaquat Ali Khan, Islamic Jurisprudence, (Jahangir Book Depot, Lahore 2009)
  5. ^ ALI, Abdullah Yusuf, An English Interpretation of the Holy Qur'an", (Sh. Muhammed Ashraf Publishers, Lahore, 1934)

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