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Shabir Ally

Shabir Ally
Region Islamic Preacher
Main interests Dawah
Alma mater Laurentian University (B.Sc.)
University of Toronto (M.A.)
University of Toronto (Ph.D.)

Shabir Ally[1] is the president of the Islamic Information & Dawah Centre International in Toronto, Canada. He is a Muslim activist, preacher and speaker on Islam and Muslims. He is also a debater engaging in regular debates in different parts of the world.[2]

Shabir Ally was born in Arabic at the University of Toronto.

Debates and lectures

Shabir Ally is known for accepting literal interpretation of the Quranic verses, but seeks to find their justification in similar expressions within the Christian Bible.[4]


  • Is Jesus God? The Bible Says No (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 9960-9148-8-7
  • What God Said About Eating Pork? (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 9960-777-02-2
  • Science in the Qur'an (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 9960-9148-7-9
  • 101 Clear Contradictions in the Bible (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 1-894264-12-6
  • Yahweh, Jehovah Or Allah (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 894264185
  • 101 Questions to Ask Visiting Jehovah's Witnesses (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 1-894264-10-X
  • Reply to Robert Morey's Source of Islam Theories (Al-Attique Publications, Canada) ISBN 9960-777-05-7


External links

  • Shabir Ally's Official Website
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