Abdul Khaliq Al-Mosa received an MA in Arab and Islamic Studies from the Al-Wifaq Faisalabad University in 1990, and a BA in Sharia and Law from the Al-Azhar University, Egypt in 1981. He is presently a senior legal researcher at the Zakat Fund, Abu Dhabi. Previously, Mr. Al-Mosa worked as a teacher in various secondary schools in Abu Dhabi between 1981 and 2008.
Mr. Al-Mosa has actively contributed to raising awareness of the importance of Zakat among the various elements of UAE society, introducing this obligation at schools, institutes, universities, and in the media. Today, the Zakat Fund is a leading institution in its field, not only in the UAE but also in the GCC and the broader Muslim world.
He is the author of a number of books, and is a regular media contributor. His works include: “Interpretation of Surat Luqman” (MA thesis); Recitation Rules; Zakat: Development and Belonging; The Passerby (poetry); The Rituals of Invocation and Sacrifice in Umrah and Hajj; Stop Them, for They must be Questioned; Friend, This is the Road to Success; and This is the Birth of the Beloved, Let us Elevate Ourselves.