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Muhammed Tajri

County South Lancaster University Bailrigg Lancaster LA1 4YL


United Kingdom


Muhammed Tajri initially studied Computer Science at City University. He subsequently went on to complete a BA in Islamic Studies at Middlesex University (2007) whilst simultaneously studying the traditional Islamic Sciences at the Shi'ite Islamic Seminary in London. Despite being quadrilingual, his linguistic specialty lies in Arabic. He graduated from the advanced levels of Arabic Language, Grammar and Poetry at the University of Damascus in 2007, before studying at the Imam Khomeini Islamic Seminary in Syria (2007-2008).

Thereafter he compiled and translated a collection of Prophetic narrations on the subject of 'Zakat’ in a work entitled ‘The Sublime Purification’, published in 2009. He has since co-translated two further classical works from Arabic into English, including Mulla Mohsin Faydh Al-Kashāni’s celebrated work, Al-Ḥaqāiq fī Maḥāsin al-Akhlāq.

He completed an MA in Islamic studies at Middlesex University (2010) and a second social-science based MA at Cardiff University (2013) in "Islam in Contemporary Britain". Concurrent with his position as a researcher at Lancaster, Muhammed is also currently a faculty member of the Al-Mahdi Institute www.almahdi.edu , where he is a lecturer in Arabic and Islamic Studies.

He has been involved with lecturing to Muslim communities, in major cities around the UK as well as in North America, since 2008. 

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