Dr Ahmad Al-Dubayan is the Director General of the Islamic Cultural Centre in London . He worked as Head of Research and Translation Unit at the Institute of Islamic and Arabic Studies in Jakarta from 1988 to 1990. Formerly, he was a lecturer in Arabic at University of Imam and University of Indonesia in Jakarta.
Dr Ahmad Al-Dubayan was awarded his Masters Degree in Arabic Philosophy and Linguistics by Imam University in Indonesia . In 1999, he completed his PhD at Ruhr University in Bochum ( Germany ) in Arabic Philosophy, Islamic and English Studies.
Dr Al-Dubayan’s publications include: “Linguistical Study of Hunain Ibn Ishag’s Published Translations” and “An Analytical Study of Kitab Rawdat Al-wildan fi Thabt Ibn Jindan,” which appeared in Islamic Quarterly, Vol.47, Issue 4. In addition, he gave a paper on “How to influence the Image of Islam in the West” at a conference in Morocco in 2005. He is a member of the High Council of Experts at the ISESCO. He has delivered many papers on culture, education, Islamic Studies, Linguistics and interfaith relations in different conferences in Moscow, Rabat, Fez, Riyadh, Beirut, London and Paris.