Al-Habash, Muhammad
Posted Oct 20, 2005

Muhammad Al-Habash [drhabash@scs-net.org] was born in Damascus, Syria in 1962. He received three B. A. degrees: Islamic law from Damascus University; Arabic literature from Beirut University; and Islamic studies from Islamic Call College. He earned the High License in memorizing the Holy Qur’an and mastering its reading. He received his M. A. degree in Islamic studies from the University of Higher Studies, Karachi and his Ph. D. in the sciences of the Qur’an from the University of the Holy Qur’an in Khartoum. He has been a professor of the sciences of the Holy Qur’an in the Islamic Call College since 1988 and professor of “Tafsir” in the College of Usul Ed-din since 1992. Al-Habash has served as secretary of the Center of Introducing Islam and Arabic Civilization. In addition to teaching, he has lectured at the University of Damascus in 1992; served as director of both the Institutes of the Holy Qur’an in Syria since 1989; as well as the Islamic Studies Center in Damascus since 1987. He is also a member of Syrian Parliament and a member of the Administrative Committee in the Syrian Parliament. In addition to representing Syria in approximately 57 international conferences, he has participated in more than twenty TV and radio programs. He has written hundreds of articles which have been published in more than 25 Arab and international newspapers and magazines. The following are among his published books: Reliable in the rules of jurisprudence; The Qur’an (The Holy book) of Intonation; How to Memorize the Qur’an; Laws of Imagination in the Islamic Jurisprudence; Muslims and the Science of Civilization; The Most Eloquent Examples; Sheikh Ameen Kuftaro; Notebook of the Rhetorical Speech; The Speeches of Friday and the Two Feasts; Longings of Dhagistan; The Islamic Culture; and The Biography of Allah’s Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

From: http://www.islam-democracy.org/6th_Annual_Conference__papers.asp#mahmoudb