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Sheikh MUHAMMAD 'ABDEL -HALIM HIGAB was born in Egypt and graduated from Faculty of Arabic Language of Al Azhar University the world's Leading Islamic seminary .
He studid B.A. with Education in Arabic & Islamic Studies. in 1959 he obtained his post graduate degree ( AL -Alimiyyah with Education) in Arabic & Islamic Studies. in 1961 he completed THE THREE YEAR POST-GRADUATE ENGLISH COURSE IN ENGLISH OF AL-AZHAR'S ADVISORS ABROAD. Shiekh muhammad Higab taught in Cairo from 1959 at all levels. in March 1959, he joined AIAzhar to be in charge of Media & Translation in sheikh AI-Azhar's office. In September 1961 he was delegated to Naigeria (among the first five-Ulamas ) to teach Arabic & Islamic Studies at the School for Arabic Studies, Kano. in1964 he was seconded for one year to the Fuculty of Arabic & Islamic Studies of AbdullahiBayero College,. Kano ( now Bayero University) as a Lecturer for Arbic Literature.
Towards the end of 1967, Shiekh Muhammad Higab was trnsferred to Government College, Kaduna where he founded the department of Arabic & Islamic Studies. he later served as Vice-principal of the College from 1975 to 1978.
In January, 1979 he joined the Inspectorate Division of the Kaduna StateMinistry of Education as Staff Inspector for Arabic and Islamic studies.
In 1986 ,he was offered the post of a senior Lecturer, Islamic Studies, at the University of Sokoto , Nigeria.
Shiekh Muhammad Higab has written many books and articles on various aspects of Islam and Arabic . He has been regularly writing articles on Islam and its culture in the New Nigerian published every Friday.
He translated into English so many books on Islamic Studies , and reviewed about 100 Islamic books for Islamic Research Academy ofAI-Azhar, Cairo.
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