Mufti Amjad M. Mohammed
Founder and Head Researcher
Muftī Qāḍī Sayyid Amjad M Mohammed, BSc (Hons) BMAIS PGCE PGDipRes PGCHEP FHEA MPhil NPQH, has qualifications and experience in education across all the formats. Similarly, he has qualifications and experience in research in the natural, social and Islamic sciences. His specialism based on his MPhil is Muslim minorities and has published, ‘Muslims in non-Muslim Lands – A Legal Study with Applications.’ He is the founder and principal of Dār al-ʿUlūm al-Zaytuniyya based in Bradford. The Dār al-ʿUlūm consists of secondary schools, elementary academies for maktab, ḥifẓ and other primary student services and higher academies to deliver the ʿĀlamiyya course; numerous imams and ʿulamā have graduated to date. He is the Dean of the Institute for the Revival of Traditional Islamic Sciences where research is conducted demonstrating the continuity of the traditional hermeneutics of the Islamic sciences – www.irtis.org.uk. He is the Principal Jurisconsult of Markaz al-Iftāʾ wa’l-Qaḍāʾ in which several thousand responses in writing, face-to-face meetings and other modes of communication are conducted for members of the public and public services annually. He is the vice-chair of the British Board of Imams and Scholars – www.bbsi.org.uk and Wifaqul Ulama – www.wifaqululama.co.uk. He has taught the ṣiḥḥa sitta for the last decade and teaches uṣūl al-fiqh, the higher books of fiqh and tafsīr. He has appeared on numerous media presentations, conferences and programmes. He has authored and edited numerous papers and publications and is consulted regularly on matters nationally and internationally.
Arnold Yasin Mol
Mufti Abdul Waheed
Mufti Abdul Waheed has studied the dars-i niẓāmī and iftā specialization under several esteemed scholars, and is a full time teacher. At IRTIS he contributes research fatāwā on contemporary issues.
Maulana Hashim Khan
Maulana Hashim Khan studies at the Whitethread Institute under the auspices of Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera. His thesis research: “Abiding by the law of a non-Muslim land” is guided by IRTIS.
Maulana Ikramul Hoque
Maulana Ikramul Hoque studies at the Whitethread Institute under the auspices of Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera. His thesis research: “Why can’t we be friends? A study into the Fiqh of Social Relations with non-Muslims” is guided by IRTIS.