Imam Mohammed Shariff Ali

Instructor Profile

Name: Imam Mohammed Shariff Ali
Situated: Luton

Imam Mohammad Shariff Ali, after having completed his secondary education began the Hifz ul Qur’an program, shortly after memorising the Qur’an he took a high level of interest in learning the Arabic language, undertook under the guidance of a highly prolific scholar Maulana Adam Sahodeah Al-azhari in Mauritius. He then travelled to Libya to advance his studies in the Arabic language for a period of two years.


From Libya, he moved on further to Syria, Damascus in which he was blessed in having the opportunity to recite the Qur’an to the late Qari of Syria Shiekh Muhammad Sukri, whilst at the same time being enrolled at the prestigious University of Damascus. Imam Shariff also travelled to Yemen, Hadramout for studies before arriving back to the UK. He furthered his academic studies and achieved a Diploma in Mental Health Nursing & worked as a qualified mental health nurse.


Since 2009 he has been the Imam of Luton Central Masjid & also served as an Imam & lecturer at the Ilford Islamic Center Mosque in Redbridge. He currently is rendering his services at Luton Central Mosque as an Imam and lecturer whilst attending different cities in the UK, spreading the message of love.


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