Chairman of the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic from 1992 to 2002. Executive Director (Chairman) of the International Islamic Mission since May 5, 2004.
In 1980-1987 he studied at the Mir Arab Madrasah in the city of Bukhara.
In 1990, he entered the Sharia faculty of the University of Jordan in Amman, but his studies were interrupted by the war between Iraq and Kuwait.
In 1995, he entered the faculty of the damask branch of the International Libyan University “Islamic Appeal”, specializing in theology with the qualification of “Teacher of the Arabic language and Islamic sciences” (diploma).
On March 12, 2002, he was elected deputy chairman of the Coordination Center for Muslims of the North Caucasus.
On May 5, 2004, he was elected Executive Director (Chairman) of the International Islamic Mission.
Now, in addition to the chairmanship of the International Islamic Mission, he is also the plenipotentiary representative of the Caucasus Muslims Office and the general representative of the Coordination Center for Muslims of the North Caucasus (KCMSC) in Moscow.