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Meet the Imams
One of the current committee member. Irhabi Mohamed has a Doctorate in Islamic Studies from Um Durman Islamic University and is Certified in Qur’anic Recitation and Memorization. Worked as a profess
The founder of the Islamic Tribunal, Dallas, Texas, and one of the panel. Education: Ph.D. in Islamic Law– Shariaa, Islamic Studies, Graduated Theological Foundation. Master in Islamic Studies – S
The current President of Islamic Tribunal. Imam of Mckinney Islamic Association and the Resident Scholar of Salahadeen Islamic Center, Plano Texas Fatwah Hotline Member with the Assembly of Muslim J
The President of Islamic Tribunal from 2012 to 2014. Dr. Yusuf Ziya Kavakci was born in 1938 in Hendek, Sakarya, Turkey. His rise to scholarship began early; by the age of 10, he memorized the entire