The revival of Islam and the reform of Muslim societies is the subject of passionate debate and is vital to the social, cultural and political values of Muslim societies and of the non-Muslim world. This study analyses the work of Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, presenting key issues for the reconciliation of Islamic Revivalism within the Islamic world and between conflicting religious and political ideologies. The Revival of Islam has not been studied as a part of Islamic Sciences or educational institutions yet has become a burning issue for scholars in the light of secular and religious affairs. Dr Habib introduces the work of Dr Al-Qadri then addresses his thoughts on Islamic Revivalism. There follows a detailed analysis of the reconstruction of Political, Economic, Juristic and Spiritual thought. This work is for anyone concerned about Islamic Revival, as it analyses secular pragmatism, Islamic scripture and law, and the place of Islam in the world. It will be of vital interest to religious scholars of all faiths, and addresses many of the issues which currently appear as barriers to inter-faith relations.