Imraan Mollagee is a student of Islamic Knowledge, a teacher and a caller to Islam. He is from Cape Town South Africa, and he started his journey studying the religion of Islam by memorizing the Noble Qur’an at the age of 15, in the year 2004. He then went on to complete his schooling at Islamia High School and matriculated in the year 2007. From there he completed two years of Construction Studies at the University of Cape Town. He then left to further his Islamic Studies and knowledge of the Arabic Language, as it was always his dream to be able to understand the Qur’an which he had memorized. He was accepted to study at the prestigious Islamic University of Madinah and began his pursuit of knowledge in the Arabic Institute (Ma’had al-Lugha) wherein he completed the two-year course for a Diploma in the Arabic Language. Thereafter, he entered the Faculty of Shari’ah (Islamic Law) and completed the four-year Bachelor’s degree by the year 2016 with a distinction, al Hamdu lillah.

After graduating, he returned home to Cape Town and began teaching various courses in ‘Aqeedah (Islamic creed), Fiqh (Jurisprudence), Qur’an, Hadeeth and others. He was one of the founding members of the Tayibah Institute and currently serves on the executive committee as one of its directors. He then founded the Tayibah Institute Children’s Madrassah in the year 2017, which has since grown to over forty plus students, along with a teaching staff of three teachers, Shaykh Yaseen Adam, Ustadh Naeem Mohamed and Shaykh Imraan himself as the principal.

In 2016-2017, he taught for a reputable online university through which he gained valuable experience in lecturing, preparing course work, as well as setting examinations. He taught three modules of Usool ul-Fiqh (Foundations of Jurisprudence), as well as Tareekh ut-Tashree’ (History of the Islamic Legislation).

From among his current Da’wah activities include: weekly classes for children during the afternoons, and evening classes for adults. Friday sermons and the leading of Taraweeh (night prayers) in Ramadan. He also helps with Ruqya related cases as well as marital counseling in his free time.

He considers himself a mere student of knowledge and continues to work hard in increasing his own level of knowledge by learning from the scholars of Ahlus Sunnah, from their lectures, books, and fatawa.  He too benefits from his fellow students of knowledge by learning from them and discussing matters with them. This is the path he intends to tread until death comes, as Imam Ahmad said, “From the cradle to the grave”, and the Prophet peace be upon him said, “Whoever treads a path seeking (Islamic) Knowledge, Allah will make his path to Paradise easy.”