A group of guests led by Sheikh Suliman Ghani hafizahullah, an Islamic scholar from London, is currently traveling to Uzbekistan. The visit is made through the travel company 'Hilal travel'.
Sheikh Suliman Gani was born in South Africa. He had been trying for truth and knowledge since he was a child, much of it was due to his first witnessing the atrocities committed by the Apartheid regime at that time.
He was keen on to travel and explore the world. H studied for three years at the Jamia Islamia Binori Town. He applied for Arabic and Islamic Studies and was accepted to Al Azhar. He spent the next two years living and studying in Cairo.
One of the top academies of higher education in Islam is the University of Medina in Saudi Arabia, where was his dream to study. After many hardships, he was the only South African student admitted to the University's Hadith faculty in 1994. He spent the next four years exploring the origin and interpretation of hadith.
Coming to London in late 1998. Due to a number of coincidences, he had the opportunity to study in the Department of Oriental Art and Science at the University of London, where he received a Masters of Islamic Studies in 2001. There was an opportunity to teach at the Balham Mosque. For a short time, he took on the role of imam and a number of duties, including teaching the Qur'an to children at an early age and participating in public affairs.
In 2010, Suliman Gani led a boycott the Ahmadiyya businesses in London.