Imam Abu Eesa is a lecturer in Islamic law, hadith and social interactions as both a senior instructor for the AlMaghrib Institute as well as for the Prophetic Guidance organisation. He is a member of the Al-Qalam Shari‘ah Scholar Panel. Imam Abu Eesa read Pharmacy, Anthropology and the Islamic Sciences in both Muslim and non-Muslim countries and teaches students through his personal writings, circles and seminars. Abu Eesa is known for his teaching of orthodox Islam and his refutations of extremist ideology at both ends of the scale, acknowledged both by Muslim and non-Muslim audiences. He is also a public commentator on social and anthropological issues affecting the Muslims, including citizenship, integration and gender issues as well as being involved in various efforts to standardise the use of Islamic finance principles amongst Western Muslims. He was previously a member of the C-100, and is one of the current Global Religious Leaders who attends the annual Davos meeting – both World Economic Forum (WEF) initiatives – as a contributor. Abu Eesa is regularly consulted by the mainstream online and press media for his assistance and opinion on a range of matters.
He was the original founder of Prophetic Guidance where he is known for his lectures and in particular his DVD televised series entitled “al-Adab al-Mufrad”.