Sayyid Aljabery is an Iraqi-American who began his Islamic studies at an early age at the same time as he was pursuing his academic education in the Arabian Peninsula. After relocating to the United States with his family, he continued his academic education and achieved a degree in Accounting. While working on that degree, he also continued his Islamic studies at both the introductory and intermediate levels (al-muqaddimat and al-sutuh al-wistah) under prominent scholars.
He is a writer, researcher, and speaker who has lectured in both English and Arabic for over ten years in several U.S. cities.
In 2012, he took part in the founding of the Fatimiah of Pittsburgh Islamic Center in Pennsylvania and served as a resident scholar and imam there for seven years. He also served and taught children and youth in two local Sunday schools in Pittsburgh.
He currently contributes to I.M.A.M. as a researcher and writer and answers fiqh questions by telephone and on the website.