Suhaib Sirajudin born 1985, is an Indian-British preacher and imam educated in both the Islamic and Western traditions. Since 2017, he has served as Dean of Academic Affairs at the Islamic International College, an international islamic educational institution with a centre in Bolton, Greater Manchester. Suhaib has lectured widely on Islam and written numerous books, most of which are commentaries on the classical books of the early scholars. His most recent book is a tafseer of the full Quran in English, titled ‘Akhsaru Tafaseer’ ‘The Most Concise Explanation of the Quran in English’ which has been appreciated by the Muslims worldwide.
Suhaib Sirajudin was born in Blackburn, Lancashire, UK and completed his primary education in Blackburn. He memorised the Quran by heart and graduated from the Darul Uloom – Islamic College – Bury, UK in 2000. He then continued his studies for a Degree in Software Engineering at Blackburn College, an associate college of Lancaster University, and for his Masters in Computer Security from the University of Liverpool. He further studied for a Diploma in Counselling for marriage issues, Drugs, Stress and Family Counselling. After completing his studies he travelled to Saudi Arabia and taught at the Jubail University in Jubail, Eastern Province. During his stay in Saudi Arabia, he was greatly influenced by the works of Shaikh Uthaymeen (may Allah have mercy on his soul), and the current Imam of Masjid Nabwi, Shaikh Abdul Muhsin Al-Qasim. He hosts regular talks at SLMCC and maintains his website which can be found at www.suhaibsirajudin.com while his lectures and courses can be found at www.islamicinternationalcollege.co.uk
To date, Suhaib Sirajudin has written the following books, which are published: