Sheikh Mujahid Ali came to England at a young age and was brought up in the North of England.
During his teens he started his Islamic studies at the Institute of Islamic Education in Dewsbury,
West Yorkshire where he studied the Islamic sciences according to the Dars Nizami curriculum.
In 2002 he completed his hadith studies under Sheikhul Hadith Mufti Muslihuddin, Sheikh Yusuf Darwan,
Sheikh Mufti Musa Badat and Sheikh Abul Qasim, from whom he received ijazah. He then traveled to
Syria for further studies in Hadith under several mashayikh (scholars) such as Sheikh Mohammad Asa'd
Saeed As-Sagarji Ad- Dimashqi, and also studied advanced Arabic at Ma'had al-Lugah a branch of
Since 2004 the sheikh has been an Arabic language and Tajweed teacher at Ebrahim College. Whilst
teaching both these subjects he has compiles an anthology of Arabic literature as a literature
textbook, and written a commentary on al-Muqaddamah al-Jazariyyah in tajweed, both of which will
soon be published. He is currently the head of Arabic Language at Ebrahim College. The sheikh also
has ijaazah in al-Qira’aatal-Sab’ from the Institute of Islamic Education, Dewsbury and teaches
this to advanced tajweed students at Ebrahim College