Hazrat Allama Qamaruzzaman Azmi Sahib has been listed in "The 500 Most Influential Muslims in the World 2011" magzine published by Georgetown University.
Maulana Azmi is the Khalifa of Imam Ahmed Raza Khan Berelvi's son. He is a profolic speaker and according to the Times of India, has millions of followers all over the world. At the age of 18 he established the Islamic university, Al-Jame-atul-Islamia, which is currently recognized as one of India's top Islamic universities. He has for over 50 years been building many organizations and institutions, mosques, colleges and universities all over the world. Click here to see the details.
On 3rd April 2011, Raza Academy awarded Allama a Mufti-e-Azam-e-Hind Award for his selfless services across the world.
On 3rd April 2011 the famous Raza Academy in Mumbai, India held a major event Jashn-e-Khidmaat-e-Qamar in the honour of His Eminence to award him the Mufti-e-Azam-e-Hind Gold Award for his selfless services across the world. Key scholars and leading figures also wrote articles,their thoughts and poetry on his life, selfless work and contributions in their respective countries. These were published in a book Tajjal-liyaat-e-Qamar and launched at this event.
The Times of India wrote on 2nd November 2010:
"There are two kinds of Sunni Muslims in the world: those who have met or heard Allama Qamaruzzaman Azmi and those who haven't. His lucid speeches peppered with repeated references to Quranic commandments and the life of the Prophet and his companions have a charismatic effect; they go straight to the heart. Unlike many rabble-rousing parochial preachers and Islam-supremacist televangelists Azmi uses words to calm nerves, close breaches and salve wounds".
Islam has no room for terror: London scholar
TNN, Jun 11, 2006, 03.53pm IST
PUNE: Associating the word 'terrorism' with Islam is an international conspiracy to malign the religion of peace, Maulana Qamruzzama Azmi, general secretary of London-based World Islamic Mission, said here on Saturday.
The gist of Islam is creation of an environment of peace and happiness in the world by condemning racism and bloodshed, he said at a peace conference organised by the Kondhwa-based madrassa, Jamia Quadriya.
"When the BBC sought my reaction to the September 11 attacks in the US, I at once said that the attackers were not Muslims, because no Muslim, according to the Quran, can kill an innocent person," he said.
Citing the Quran, Maulana Qamruzzama said anyone who saves one life, saves all humanity. And anyone who kills one innocent person, slays entire humanity.
"When the Prophet invaded Mecca, because it was inevitable as Muslims were stopped from praying, he exclaimed that 'today is the day of peace and nobody shall be harmed'.
The Prophet then said 'let us return to Madinah now' and warned his followers against seeking revenge or snatching assets and property of the people of Mecca."
Maulana Qamruzzama blamed politics and power struggle for the bloodshed in the world. He said the way of life for a true Muslim is following Deenussalam (religion of peace), Quranussalam (book of peace, Quran) and aspiring for Darussalam (house of peace, i.e. jannat/heaven).
Concluding his speech, the Maulana prayed for world peace in general and peace and unity in India in particular. He soon left for Mumbai.