Sheikh Suleiman Al-Farouqi was a member of the European Senate in 1951
Date of Birth
Date of death 1958
Place of birth Ramla
He received his first lessons at the hands of Sheikh Yusuf Al-Khairi, who lost his sight at the age of nine and memorized the Qur'an before he reached the age of ten and learned grammar on the great Sheikh Al-Bayoumi. The mother then sent him to study in Al-Azhar. The Imam admired him and summarized him with his care and interest. He spent nine years in Al-Azhar, where he absorbed the sciences of jurisprudence, linguistics, history and others. He returned to Palestine and then left for Astana and studied in its major schools. In a short time, he mastered Turkish, French and English, and he interpreted the Holy Quran in the famous mosque of Ayia Sophia. Sheikh Al-Farouqi distinguished himself with the improvisational speech and the systems of the poems. In many cases, he returned to Palestine and holds a law degree and practiced law. Al-Faruq issued the Islamic University newspaper on July 16, 1932, and was sent in bulk to the Arab countries. The British authorities suspended his newspaper and revoked its license. In the Turkish era, al-Faruqi was exile in Anatolia with his brother Shukri al-Taji al-Farouqi in Konya. After the events of 1948, he emigrated to Jordan and returned to the Islamic University.
Sheikh Al-Farouqi distinguished himself with a strong force and a strong improvisation, but his hair was lost in the 1948 war.