Greensville Trust

“Sacred education is a God given right of each person that begins prior to birth. Our mission is to deliver this inalienable right thereby facilitating our ultimate purpose, to know God.”

  • Shahid Bukhari (Chairman)

    Shahid is a computer science graduate of London University with over twenty-one years of experience within the field of Information Technology. He was a founder and managed an IT company for five years with his duties including dealing with customers, managing over twenty staff and the management of supplies. He has also been involved in the the development and management of an Islamic Sunday school of over one hundred students between the ages of five and eighteen years of age. As principal of the school his duties included preparing curriculum, working with teachers and teaching assistants. He is currently in full-time employment within the field of IT.

  • Muhammad Ali Rasul (Treasurer)

    He has over twenty years of business experience having set his own retail outlets and obtaining accounts for exclusive clothing brands. He has travelled to many different countries as part of growing his business and has a wealth of experience in property investment, development and rental on a local and international level and has recently set up a small distribution company abroad. Previously, Mohammed held the posts of secretary and treasurer for Idara Minhajul-Qur’an in Manchester, working on community and education projects. He relocated to the enlightened city of Tarim, Hadramawt over eight years ago in order to secure a good Islamic environment for his children’s wholesome up bringing, education and development. During this period he worked on local community initiatives, research and development for the establishment of nurseries, a primary school and a small library. He also assisted in the administration of an international forty day religious and educational residential course known as the Dowra.

  • Habib Shroufi

    Habib was brought up in Barnard Castle in county Durham and moved to Liverpool in 2000 in order to study medicine at the University of Liverpool; where he attained a medical degree in 2006. Since then he has been working in various local hospitals and is currently in his final year of training to become a fully qualified GP.

    Since moving to Liverpool for study, he has become fondly attached to the local community, and is now settled and living in Liverpool with his wife and infant son.