Imam Fouad Abdul Rahman is a member of the Quebec Council of Imams, an official of the Council’s advocacy committee, and an Imam, preacher and teacher at the Islamic Centre of Quebec, the same mosque that witnessed the killing of six innocent martyrs as a result of brutal racism in 2017.
Imam Fouad has participated in many international conferences and seminars, the most recent of which was the RIS conference in Toronto, which is the largest Islamic conference in North America. Imam Fouad was honoured to open the conference with a recitation of the Holy Quran as well as participated in a lecture at the MAC conference in Toronto. This is in addition to a series of conferences and seminars held by the Egyptian Ministry of Endowments and Al Azhar.
Imam Fouad holds a high degree in Islamic Advocacy and culture from the faculty of Advocacy at Al Azhar University in Cairo and a high degree in Education from the Faculty of Education at Al Azhar University.
Imam Fouad is an associate member of the Egyptian Reciters Syndicate under the supervision of his Excellency Sheikh Dr. Ahmed Al-Masrawi formally and is an associate member of the International Committee of Al Azhar Graduates, an Imam, preacher, and teacher of the Egyptian Ministry of Religious Endowments from 2009, and a Judge for the Quran contest at the Ministry Endowments and Al Azhar, the Grand contest in Canada.