Shabir Ally

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Shabir Ally
Dr. Shabir Ally.jpg
Shabir Ally in 2013
EducationLaurentian University (BA)
University of Toronto (MA, PhD)
Main interests

Shabir Ally is a Canadian Muslim preacher and the president of the Islamic Information & Dawah Centre International in Toronto where he functions as an Imam.[1][2] He is the founder of the TV and online show "Let the Quran Speak".[3] He has recently taught courses on Arabic, the Quran, and Islam at the University of Toronto.[4]


Shabir Ally was born in Guyana and moved to Canada with his family in 1978. He gained his B.A. in Religious Studies from Laurentian University and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Toronto.[5] His PhD thesis was on the exegesis of the Qur'an (Tafsir).[6]


  • Reply to Robert Morey's source of Islam theories, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia : Dar Al-Hadyan, 1997.
  • Is Jesus God? The Bible Says No!, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia : Dar Al-Hadyan, 1998.
  • 101 questions to ask visiting Jehovah's Witnesses, Toronto, Canada : Islamic Information & Daʼwah Centre International, 1997. A second volume is entitled Another five questions to keep you going.
  • Yahweh, Jehovah or Allah : which is God's real name?, Toronto, Canada : Al-Attique, 1999.
  • 101 clear contradictions in the Bible, Toronto, Canada : Al-Attique, 2001.
  • What God said about eating pork : & issue for Muslims / Christian dialogue, Toronto, Canada : Al-Attique, 2003.
  • Science in the Qur'an, Toronto, Canada : Al-Attique, 2003.
  • Common questions people ask about Islam, Toronto, Canada : Islamic Information & Da`wah Centre International, 2008.
  • Christianity Vs. Islam : A Muslim and a Christian Debate 8 Crucial Questions, Minnesota, United States : Bethany House Publishers, 2014. Co-authored with James R. White.


  1. ^ "Islaminfo Homepage". Retrieved 24 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Shabir Ally". Retrieved 24 February 2019.
  3. ^ " - Home of Let the Quran Speak". Retrieved 24 February 2019.
  4. ^ "Dr. Shabir Ally". Retrieved 24 February 2019.
  5. ^ Neurock, Gabriella (2018-04-03). "The New Testament: Fact or Fiction - Royal Purple News". Retrieved 2019-02-10.
  6. ^ Shabir Ally. "The Culmination of Tradition-based Tafsīr : The Qurʼān Exegesis al-Durr al-manthūr of al-Suyūṭī (d. 911/1505)" (PDF). Retrieved 24 February 2019.

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