Imam Mohamed Sayed
About the Imam
Mohamed Khaled Sayed is a Ph.D. student at Indiana University of Bloomington and a researcher of religions and Islamic studies at the office of the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar.
Mohamed is a graduate of the school of Islamic and Arabic studies at Al Azhar University. In addition to his postgraduate studies in Islamic Studies at Cairo University, Mohamed earned an English for Religious Purposes diploma at the American University in Cairo. In May 2018, Mohamed obtained an MA of Religions from Temple University in Philadelphia, USA, sponsored by the renowned Fulbright Scholarship. Before working for the office of the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar as a researcher, he worked as a lecturer and trainer delivering courses of Islamic studies for International Imams, and chaplains at the World Association for Al Azhar Graduates. Mohamed has an Ijaza (license) for Hafs mode of recitation, and led Taraweeh at many masjids in the US, UK, and Egypt.
Mohamed’s areas of interest include classic and modern Muslim political thought, Middle Eastern politics, fiqh and usul al-fiqh.
Schedule a meeting
Mon & Thu 11:45 am -12:45 pm.
Tue 3-6 pm.
outside these times by appointment.