Mufti Ikram ul Haq has been serving as the resident Imam and scholar at Masjid Al Islam in North Smithfield, RI since mid-2005. After studying at the Institute of Islamic Sciences in Islamabad, Pakistan, he earned his Masters in Islamic studies at Al-Madania Institute of higher Islamic education in Buffalo, NY, and then attended University of Islamic Sciences in Karachi, Pakistan, earning a PhD in Islamic law and jurisprudence.
He is the President and founder of Fatwa Center of America. Mufti Ikram ul Haq has authored several books and theological essays in English and Arabic. He has vast experience of Islamic financial law and its modern practical implications. Mufti Ikram ul Haq has served as an advisor to Hakim Wealth Management of Canada. He is a frequent guest speaker at institutions of higher education across America and at international conferences, and also serves as an advisor to the Muslim student body at Roger Williams University.
Mufti Ikram ul Haq has served as an advisor to the governor of RI Gina Raimondo on human rights matters.
Mufti Ikram ul Haq has been teaching several courses online and in person on various Islamic Fiqh/Hadith subjects. He also has experience of having taught all books of Dars-e Nizami curriculum.