Khurram Jah Murad (1932–1996) was a Pakistani Islamic scholar and writer. He was born in Bhopal, British Raj, current-day India. While his preaching activities began in Pakistan, he has been involved in the promotion of the Islamic movement in Asia, Europe, and Africa. As chief of the training departments of the Islami Jamiat Talaba, Jamaat-e-Islami, and as an active resource-person in training programs in the UK, he played a key role in the character-building of the youth in the Islamic Movement.
Murad graduated with a Bachelor of Science, summa cum laude, from NED University of Engineering and Technology. He also completed a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Minnesota.
Murad served as Naib Amir (Vice-President) of the Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan and Amir (President) in Bangladesh, a Trustee and a former Director-General of the Islamic Foundation in Leicester, UK, and editor of Tarjumanal Qur’an, Lahore, Pakistan (a journal founded by the Islamic scholar, Abul Ala Maududi in 1932), and the quarterly Muslim World Book Review, UK. He was also a prisoner of war for many years in the 1971 Indo-Pakistani war. From 1975–1976, he was involved in the extension project of Masjid al-Haram in Mecca as he was a civil engineer by profession. During his time in NED, he gained stature as a student leader and later served as Nazim-e-Ala of Islami Jamiat Talaba for sessions 1951–52.