Abu Sayed Ansari Shaheb

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Muhammed Abu Sayed Ansarey
Born (1978-03-01) 1 March 1978 (age 44)
Sylhet, Bangladesh
Residence Brentford , London, England
Ethnicity Bengali
Citizenship British
Education Bachelor of Laws
Alma mater University of West London
Occupation Writer [1], Imam and religious leader
Organization West London Mosque, Global Aid Trust, Islam Essential[2]
Known for Television presenter , lawyer, Imam
Religion Islam
Denomination Sunni

Muhammed Abu Sayed Ansarey (born 26 December 1978) is a Bangladeshi-born British lawyer, television presenter on the UK-based Channel S, and the director of Global Aid Trust Limited. He also works as the Imam and the chairman of West London Muslim Centre and he is a teacher of Arabic language. Previously he was the Imam of BBC Centre Mosque.[3]


Abu Sayed Ansarey was born in Bangladesh and moved at a young age in London. He resides in Brentford , London, with his wife. [4]


Ansarey is a graduated from the University of West London (2012) with a degree in Law. He has a 2.2 in Bachelor of Laws. [5]

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