Assistant Principal (Religious Studies)

Imam Yahya Ibrahim

BSc, Cert IV,OHS, Cert IV. TAE, Ijazah (Qualified) in Quranic instruction, the Six Books of Hadith & Fiqh (Jurisprudence)

Biography

Imam Yahya Ibrahim is the Assistant Principal (Religious Education) at LIC, Islamic Chaplain and Guest Lecturer at Curtin University and University of Western Australia, ordained as a Minister of Religion and lecturer for the internationally acclaimed al Maghrib Institute.

Imam Yahya was awarded the West Australian Multicultural Community Service Award for Individual Excellence (2015) and is a member of the West Australian Police Advisory committee, the Office of Multicultural Interests Ethnic Advisory Committee and advisor to the Department of Immigration, Australia.

His religious training began in Toronto wherein he committed the Quran to memory & studied Fiqh/Jurisprudence upon the principles of Imam Shafi’ee’s Madh-haab. Imam Yahya has trained with the Muslim world’s top scholars in Egypt & Arabia & South East Asia. Throughout that time he has received Tazkiyah (authorization) and Ijazah (Qualification) to instruct in a variety of Islamic disciplines – Hadith, Fiqh and Quranic sciences, Alhamdulillah.

His role at LIC is to lead initiatives and develop Islamic and Quran Studies. Imam Yahya is an internationally recognised and highly respected Islamic leader who delivers an enthusiastic approach to guiding and mentoring young people across our community.