Hamza Abu Faris was awarded a teaching certificate in Arabic language
and religion teaching from Tripoli
in 1967. In 1971 he earned a secondary certificate in the Department of Literature and then advanced to study at the Teachers' College for Higher Education in Tripoli
In 2000 Hamza Abu Faris received his Ph.D
in Islamic Sciences, with an emphasis in comparative Fiqh
(Islamic jurisprudence) from the University of Zaytuna in Tunisia
; his doctoral thesis was entitled "Judge Abdul Wahab al-Baghdadi and his approach to Exegesis of the Prophetic Message."
Hamza Abu Faris' relationship with Shariaa
sciences (knowledge and training in Islamic legal traditions) begins, at the hands of a local village Shaikh; he completed memorizing the Qur'an
- Maliki jurisprudence from (al Malik's) famous works
- Tawhid (principle of God's oneness)
- The science of Hadith (traditions concerning the life of the Prophet Mohamed)
- Quranic exegesis
- Muwatta (a foundational text in the Maliki school of Islamic jurisprudence)
- al-Zurqani's exegesis thereof
- Sahih al Bukhari (canonical Hadith compilation)
- Sahih Muslim (canonical Hadith compilation)
Special expertise in the fields of inheritance and jurisprudential knowledge.
Participated in a TV program called Islam and Lifestyles on local Libyan TV Channel, which was broadcast live on Fridays and Saturdays.
- ^ Abu Faris, Hamza. "Hamza Abu Faris' Official CV". Archived from the original on 26 April 2012. Retrieved 12 December 2011.
- ^ "Libya's NTC unveils new government line-up". Reuters. 22 November 2011. Retrieved 23 November 2011.
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