MEET THE SHURA
SHURA (noun): 1. a consultative council or assembly. 2. the process of decision-making by consultation and deliberation.
Dr. Omar ZaidMember of the Shura
I have dedicated this part of my life to researching and writing about the many Occult Societies that have guided disobedient men to the present World dis-Order. My works are widely, readily, and economically available as possible utilizing PDF and internet mediums, so please browse and select what is pertinent for your circumstance and knowledge base. In addition, I invite comments, observations, criticisms, corrections and/or queries.
Benjamin BilalMember of the Shura
Benjamin Musheer Bilal is a gifted imam, instructor, linguist, playwright, screenplay writer, author, counselor and motivational speaker who currently resides in the Raleigh, NC area. Born in New York City’s Mount Sinai Hospital on July 16th, 1959, Benjamin was raised as a member of the Hebrew faith until he was 13 years old. At 13, he was exposed to the doctrine of Elijah Muhammad (1897-1975), the late leader of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam in the Wilderness of North America. Upon Mr. Muhammad’s passing in 1975, Benjamin decided to join the fold of followers inherited by Elijah Muhammad’s son, Imam Wallace. D. Mohammed (1933-2008). Imam Mohammed was responsible for sophisticatedly steering the “Nation of Islam” away from its proto-Islamic, racially-based ideology to the clear and universal teachings of “Al-Islam” as they are given in the Muslim Sacred Book, the Qur’an.
Abdul KarimMember of the Shura
Abdul Karim, also known as, Leslie Terebessy. Senior Lecturer and English Editor at the Islamic Science University of Malaysia (2002 – 2008). He was a Research and Associate Research Fellow at IAIS (2008 – 2017). He earned an M.A. in political philosophy from the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada (1999); an M.Ed. (1986) at the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) in moral and religious education and a B.A. (Honors) from the University of Guelph in Ontario (1976) in Political Science & Economics. His interests include Islam, education, and finance. President of the Terebessy Foundation, which seeks to publish relevant research on Islam and contemporary issues.