BA Arabic & Islamic Studies: The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 2003.
MA Islamic Studies: The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 2004.
PhD Islamic Studies: The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 2010.
Article with the title Islam Combat of Slavery and Racism as Evidenced by Quran and Hadith, in Qudus International Journal of Islamic Studies, ADDIN, vol 14, no 1, February 2020: 99 – 116:
Book, a Critical Edition of Umdat al-Nazir ala al-Ashbah wa’l-Naza’ir by Abu’l-Su’ud al-Husaini, published by Equinox:
Article with the title Legal Maxims as a Genre of Islamic Law, in Brill: Journal of Islamic Law and Society 21 (2014) 325 – 365.
Article with the title Hadith as Basis of Legal Maxims, ABC – CLIO Muhammad in the History, Thought, and Culture: An Encyclopaedia of the Prophet of God, ed. Fitzpatrick, C. & Walker, A (2013).
Entries in the IB Tauris Biographical Dictionary of Islamic Civilization, ed. Muhammad A. S. Abdel Haleem & Mustafa A. A. Shah (2019).
Conference in Islamic Studies, University of Salford, Manchester, UK, April 2014.
Conference: Reasons of resurgence of legal maxims in the fourteenth century. International conference on Arabic Studies and Islamic Civilization, Kuala Lumbar,
Prince Mphammad bin Fahd University, KSA
Areas of interest: Classic Shari’a and Fiqh studies, Quranic studies, Hadith studies
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Associate Fellow of UK Higher Education Academy