Shaykh Abu Eesa Niamatullah

Shaykh Abu Eesa was Born in London, England, and tracks his roots to the Naser Kheil tribe of the North West Frontier in Pakistan. He studied both Pharmacy at the University of Manchester and then Anthropology, and then later studied Arabic, Islamic Law and the Qur’an with its memorisation from scholars in a diverse array of locations.

Shaykh Abu Eesa previously served as the Resident Scholar of Cheadle Masjid in South Manchester, and still continues to teach Fiqh weekly there as part of the onsite and online initiative known as “Logical Progression.” He was the previous Resident Scholar of the 1st Ethical Charitable Trust in Bolton, an organisation dedicated to civic engagement and Islamic legal and financial education. He was the original founder of ‘Prophetic Guidance’ (PG) and still remains as the main teacher presenting PG’s classes and events such as the famous “Last Testament” play; his popular commentary to ‘al-Adab al-Mufrad’ class is still aired today on Islamic TV channels. He is also the Vice-Chair of the Al-Qalam Sharī‘ah Panel, the UK’s premier fatwa body for legal and financial concerns.

Shaykh Abu Eesa spends most of his time traveling and delivering courses for AlMaghrib Institute.