Shariah Board

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Dr. Mohamed Ezaldeen Al Ghiryani – Chairman of the Shariah Board

Dr.  Al Ghiryani is a prominent scholar in Islamic shariah and well known across Libya for his immense knowledge in knowledgeable and practical Islamic Jurisprudence. He worked in the Fatwa Committee at the Ministry of Islamic Affairs in Libya, and currently seats as a member of the Academic Thesis Committee at the Tripoli-based Islamic Call Association, an associate member of the Maliki Jurisprudence Project in Dubai (Islamic Banking Unit) as well as a member at the Teaching Board of Libyan Universities, Islamic fiqh and its roots. This is in addition to his valuable writing and investigations in Islamic Fiqh.

Dr. Al Ghiryani obtained bachelors in Islamic studies from Tripoli University, his Masters in Jurisprudence Comparative Law (Comparative Fiqah) from the same University, and then his PHD in Transactions Jurisprudence from Al Qur'an Al Karim University in Sudan.

 

Dr. Ali Sulaiman Mohammed Al – Zubi  -  Board Member

Dr. Ali Sulaiman Mohammed Al-Zubi; a prominent scholar and specialist in the field of Islamic law,  and one of the operators of Islamic finance in Libya.

He is currently the head of the Department of Arabic Language and Islamic Studies at the Faculty of Education, University of Tripoli. He is also a member of the teachers Association in the same University. He studied several articles related to the Islamic economy and supervised several master's degrees in Islamic finance.

He earned his BA in Arabic Language and Islamic Studies from Tripoli University, Master of Islamic Doctrine from Al-Zawiyah University and PhD in Islamic Law from Dar Al-Ulum Al-Islamia College, Minia University, Egypt.

 

Dr. Othman Ibrahim Ali Abu Bakr  -  Board Member

Dr. Osman Ibrahim Ali Abu Bakr, a scholar in the field of Islamic law and one of the operators of Islamic finance in Libya.

He taught in the Department of Islamic Studies at the Faculty of Arts, University of Tripoli, in the subject's related to Islamic finance, and supervised several master's degrees in Islamic economics. He also participated in research papers in international scientific conferences and seminars.

He earned a BA in Islamic Studies from Tripoli University, an MA in Islamic Studies from Tripoli University, and a PhD in Islamic Studies from the Islamic University of Alikra, India.