Justice Dr Mufti Syed Shuja’at Ali Qadri (Urdu: حضرت علامہ مفتی سید شجاعت علی قادری ) (January 1941 – January 27, 1993) was a member of the Pakistani Council of Islamic Ideology and a renowned scholar of Islamic Sciences and modern science, and had a deep and authoritative understanding of traditional and modern Arabic language. He involved himself with the work of authoring and publication besides holding various offices and wrote a number of texts. He authored a number of books on Islamic fiqh (Sharia legal commentary), economics and inheritance, and also translated some notable books from Arabic to Urdu.
Syed Shujaat Ali Qadri was born in Uttar Pradesh, India, in January 1941. He was the son of Syed Masood Ali Qadri, who served in the office of Afta (Islamic jurisprudence) at the Jamia Islamia Anwar-ul-Uloom, a madrasah in Multan, Punjab (Pakistan). Qadri was the second eldest child of his father; his brothers are:
Qadri was the father of three sons and a daughter.
Qadri got his initial education from Madersahe Arabia Hafiziya Saadiya, District Dadu, Aligarh.