Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood

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Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood (or Sultan Bashir-ud-Din Mehmood), (Urdu: سلطان بشیر الدین محمود), (born 1938) (SI), is a Pakistani nuclear engineer and Islamic scholar educated in Lahore, Pakistan and Manchester, United Kingdom. A controversial figure, Bashiruddin Mahmood is widely popular in Pakistan's scientific and religious circles. Mahmood, as an engineer, is an experienced atomic scientist and engineer who has largely contributed in the formative years of Pakistan's nuclear industry.

Mahmood is well known for his contacts and sympathies for Taliban which resulted in ending his engineering career. Mahmood is also a Islamic scholar, having written more than 15 books on the relationship between Islam and science.

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Life and education

Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood was born in Amritsar, Punjab. After the independence of Pakistan in 1947, his parents escaped from pogroms and genocide in India[citation needed] to Pakistan. Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood's father Chaudhry Sharif Khan was a local village leader (Numberdar) and put all his income to educate his eldest son who stood first in all examinations[citation needed] and got a scholarship to study engineering at the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore. He graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical engineering in 1962.

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