Sheikh Nuru Muhammad is a Ghanaian Islamic scholar, speaker and researcher, and a community leader at KSIMC of Birmingham. He is an advocate of interfaith understanding and respect, peaceful coexistence and social justice.
He has presented papers on many different topics at universities and communities locally and internationally, and has appeared on the BBC in the UK and overseas. He is a member of the Birmingham City Council Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education.
Sheikh Nuru Muhammad is a former ordained spiritual caregiver at Johannesburg correctional centre in South Africa and co-founded the Imamiya Islamic Research Centre in Johannesburg. He founded the Ummu ABEEHA Empowerment Centre in Kumasi, Ghana.
He is co-author of the Muslim Manual on HIV and AIDS prevention, under the supervision of World Vision.
After taking a BA in Islamic Philosophy and Mysticism at Al-Mustafa International University in Iran, he completed an MA in Islamic Studies at Middlesex University. He is a former visiting lecturer at the Tangaza University College in Nairobi, Kenya.