Qazi Fazl Ullah is an American philosopher, linguist, and author. He is Fazil Wafaqul Madaris where he studied Arabic grammar, Arabic literature, Fiqh, jurisprudence, logic, philosophy, Ilmul Kalam, Seerah, Tafseer, Hadith, and Islamic history. He studied at Peshawar University and Islamic University Islamabad in Pakistan and specialized in law, economics, and political science. He has taught all these subjects in Pakistan and the United States at different institutions. He was elected as a National Assembly Parliamentarian in Pakistan. He worked in underserved areas to provide jobs, build infrastructure, schools, museums, public health facilities, and increase communication technologies as the chair of the Social Action Board. He has traveled extensively throughout the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, South East Asia, North and Central America. He has given seminars in various parts of the world in these subjects. He speaks and has given lectures and seminars in Urdu, Pashto, Farsi, English, and Arabic. He has published works in Pashto, Urdu, Arabic, and English internationally. He has given the complete Tafsir Ul Quran in Pashto multiple times in Pakistan. He has also given Tafsir Ul Quran in Urdu, Pashto, and English in the United States. It includes Usul Ul Fiqh, Usul Ul Mirath, Hadith al Qudsi, Hadith an Nabawi in English on multiple occasions. He considers himself a student to continue acquisitions of knowledge. He is currently leading Tafsir Ul Quran, Usual Al Fiqh, Seerat Un Nabi, Science of Inheritance (Mirath) in English and Al Mukhtar Lil Fatawa, Dirayat Ul Riwaya in Arabic in Los Angeles, California.