|Biographical detail : ||A scholar and broadcaster.
Syed Mutawalli entered Al-Azhar University and later on appointed an Imam and lecturer in the universityís faculty of theology. Then, he went on teaching and missionary work in Lagos, Nigeria and Imam at the Islamic Cultural Centre in Regentís Park Mosque, London, in 1971.
In 1980 Syed Mutawalli became a columnist and broadcaster in London. He was co-founder and trustees of Muslim Aid, a patron of the Federation of Student Islamic Societies in the UK and Eire and The Muslim Student Societies, a friend of womenís An-Nisa and Association of Muslims with Disabilities. He was Secretary of the UK Islamic Sharia Council.
Syed Mutawalli had training in the traditional Islamic sciences, combined with his grassroots experience, practical wisdom and courage to deal with real issues head-on. Highly respectable, approachable and sensitive who conducted his affairs with dignity and style and who guided British Muslims in their struggle to build a vibrant and dynamic community.
Syed Mutawalli ad-Darsh was born in Egypt.