A member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars who received his Masters degree in Shariah in 2008. Fadel is an international speaker and presenter of Islam, he gave his presentations to more than 65,000 in the U.S.A. and other countries throughout the world in churches, universities and governmental departments, such as the American Department of Defense, as well as in international events, such as the Frankfurt International Book Fair, 2004. Fadel also trained more than 6500 Muslim youths in 16 countries through his workshops on how to present Islam to non Muslims and refute misconceptions on Islam.
Fadel is the author of various presentations that introduce Islam to people of other faiths, including:
Islam in Brief. A comprehensive presentation that explains Islam’s six obligatory beliefs, five obligatory deeds (pillars), and explains who Allah is and who the Prophet Muhammad is. It also deals with the issues of hijab, status of women in Islam, and jihad.
Islam: a religion of Peace or a religion of War? A presentation that explains, deeply and honestly, the issue of Jihad versus peacefulness in Islam
Qur’an: the Discovery of Freedom. A presentation that deals with the issue of human rights in Islam, compared with those stated in the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights.
Fadel has held several workshops on training presenters to introduce Islam to non-Muslims. His workshops were attended by 600 trainees and were held in Florida, Kansas, Washington D.C., Virginia, Maryland, California, Arizona and New Jersey.
Soliman is the former Muslim Chaplain at the American University in Washington, D.C. from 2001-2004, where he held weekly halaqas (study circles) for studying Islam, which were attended by a beautiful group of young people, Muslims and non-Muslims.
Soliman is also the former national chaplain of WAMY, the World Assembly of Muslim Youth, in North and Central American office, which gave him the opportunity to lecture in Canada and Mexico in addition to the U.S.A.
Soliman was, for four years, the host of a weekly television show on channel 30 in the U.S.A. entitled "The Islamic Show" and a weekly radio show entitled "Let the Qur’an Speak".
While most of the time Soliman teaches the Hafs narration of Qur’anic recitation, he holds an Ijazah in the narration of Warsh from Imam Nafie, with a chain of narration to Prophet Muhammad (rank 30), with Sheikh Abbas Al-Masry.
Soliman studied 'Warsh Narration', 'Principles of Tafseer', 'The Qur’anic Method of Legislation', 'Al-Itqan fi Ulum Al-Qur'an', and ‘Principles of Fiqh’ under great scholars.
Soliman graduated from St. George Language Schools of the Catholic Coptic minority in Cairo 1983, and then from the Faculty of Engineering, Department of Communication and Electronics at Ain Shams University.
Soliman holds a diploma in Islamic studies from the High Institute of Islamic Studies in Cairo.
Soliman hold a Masters degree in Shariah from the American Open university in Washington DC
Soliman has taken several courses in the area of public speaking, English for executives and public speakers, and negotiation skills.
Soliman is a former swimmer, and received several gold and silver medals in the 400 meter medley and 200 meter dolphin style. He then joined the water polo team of the Heliopolis Sporting Club in Cairo and participated in several tournaments. Currently, Soliman plays tennis once a week with his children and his friends.