Maszlee Malik is an Assistant Professor at the International Islamic University, Malaysia, where he has lectured and taught on Fiqh, Usul al-Fiqh and other Islamic subjects since 2000. During the 2008-2009 terms, while pursuing his doctoral studies at Durham University, he served as a tutor for the course on "Introduction to Islam and the Muslim World" for political science students in the School of Government and International Affairs. In 2009-2010, he was a guest speaker at the SOAS summer school on Political Islam, where he focused on "Political Islamic Movements in South-East Asia." In addition, he has had considerable experience as an Islamic humanitarian activist and journalist in both Southeast Asia and the Middle East, including extensive NGO charity work in Lebanon and Jordan. He earned his first degree in Islamic jurisprudence from Al al-Bayt University. He has a strong command of both classical and modern Arabic.
Web Page: www.maszleemalik.blogspot.com
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