Shaykh Abu Muntasir is currently the Chief Executive of JIMAS. He is the founder of JIMAS and has been progressing its activities since its beginning in 1984 as honorary president.
The Shaykh has been actively involved in da’wah and ta’leem in the UK for almost 30 years. He has established many study circles across the UK and has delivered countless lectures through these years to thousands of people. Hundreds of young Muslims have been blessed by Allah with guidance through his efforts.
The Shaykh is the serving Academic Director for the Sacred Sciences Curriculum, delivering courses in his specialisations of Seerah, Hadith, Ihsan studies and Muslim family life. He is well known for his thought provoking interactive style. He will soon publish regular blog posts.
Shaykh Abu Muntasir holds two masters’ degrees and his other roles include the following:
- Chaplain for University Campus Suffolk, Suffolk New College, and the Ipswich Hospital
- Member of Local Scrutiny & Involvement Panel (LSIP) for the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) East England
- Member of the Police Crime Panel for Police & Crime Commissioner (Suffolk)
- Trustee of Ipswich and Suffolk Council for racial Equality (ISCRE) & member of Ministry of Justice sponsored Hate Crime Consortium (Suffolk)
- Community governor of St. Helen’s Primary School
- Teacher of Islamic courses for the Workers Education Association (WEA)
- Tutor for Islam for the Suffolk Interfaith Resource
- Fellow of Suffolk New College (SNC) (2011 – 2013)
- Community governor of Murrayfield Primary School (2009 – 2010)
- Trustee of Ipswich Community Radio (ICR) (2010 – 2012)