Mufti Muhammad Imran’s journey of seeking sacred knowledge began at Jamiah Islamiyyah, Nottingham at the age of 14 under the guidance of erudite scholars such as Molana Muhammad Kamal, Molana Fazal Raheem and Molana Abdul Haqq (may Allah have mercy on their souls).
Mufti Muhammad Imran then travelled to Darul Uloom, Karachi to benefit from a reprise of Hadith Studies with prominent scholars including Molana Shamsul Haqq (may Allah have mercy on his soul), Mufti Rafi Uthmaani and Mufti Taqi Uthmaani (may Allah preserve them both).
A two-year specialisation Ifta course (Takhassus fi al-Fiqh) ensued in the notable Jamiah Uloom Al-Islamiyyah, Banori Town where Mufti Muhammad Imran undertook concentrated study on the principles, methodology and intense application of issuing verdicts (Fatwa) under teachers such as Mufti Nizamudeen Shaamzai and Mufti Abdulmajeed Deenpuri (may Allah have mercy on their souls).
Upon graduation Mufti Muhammad Imran returned home to the UK joining As-Suffa Institute when it was just in its foundation stages, as a teacher on the Alimiyyah Course and subsequently, the Heirs of the Scholars Course. Over the years many students of knowledge have reaped benefit from the teaching, guidance and affable support of Mufti Muhammad Imran. Mufti Muhammad Imran has taught a range of subjects, and since 2008 has been teaching some of the major collections of Hadith such as Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim and Sunan Abu Dawud.
Mufti Muhammad Imran has also delivered public weekend courses at As-Suffa Institute teaching the community about Hadith and the Laws of Inheritance. Mufti Muhammad Imran’s unique teaching style, unparalleled sense of humour and intense love and respect for the words of the Messenger of Allah ﷺ have been a great asset to his students and the Muslim community.
May Allah Azzawajjal accept his efforts, grant him the ability to continue serving the community and bestow His Grace upon the teachers and students of Mufti Muhammad Imran.