Shaykh Ahmad Faruq is currently a Muslim Chaplain at the NHS and a Board Member of the British Academy of Quranic Studies (BAQS). His preliminarily studies of the classical Islamic sciences were with his father Shaykh Muhammad Abdul Qadir, a renowned scholar specialising in Quranic exegesis (tafsir). Shaykh Ahmad Faruq completed his memorisation of the Quran and studied Arabic Language at the Institut Européen des Sciences in France. He then went on to study Arabic literature, grammar, logic, jurisprudence, theology, tafsir, hadith and other Islamic sciences with scholars in Syria and completed the BA Islamic Jurisprudence course from Ma’had al-Fath, Syria. He pursued his studies at the Faculty of Shariah & Law and graduated from Al-Azhar University, Egypt.
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