Jurist, counselor, lecturer
Co-founder of Christian Concern for the Nation (CCFN) along with Andrea William and the Christian Law Society.
He studied Islamic law for 15 years and became an Islamic lawyer and Sharia law professor. After his conversion to Christianity, he was given 48 hours to flee his country.
He now lives in the United Kingdom, where he is an advisor to Parliament. He is a prominent Christian witness in the Muslim world.
Pastor of the Protestant Church of Izmir
Though with many risks he decides to make his church public and open to all. He was arrested several times for his faith with false accusations of being an enemy of the government, as he could not defend himself in a country where the testimony of a Christian is not reliable in court.
He was aware that he was at constant risk of imprisonment (which could even lead to death) and yet he continued to carry out his ministry by supporting believers, who were also persecuted, being aware that he was walking in God’s will.
Apologist and Christian evangelist
For over 24 years, he has also been involved in formal public debates with important Muslim apologists and scholars including Omar Bakri Muhammad, one of the high-profile Islamists often cited by the British media and described as “closely linked to al-Qaeda”.
Smith maintains that a Muslim, after having read all the Islamic Scriptures, the Koran in conjunction with the hadith, tafsire and sira, cannot but become a Salafite, because these texts encourage hatred and violence.
Pastor and Church planter for Presbyterian and Evangelical Reformed Churches
Considered one of the leading experts in the Muslim ministry, particularly on internal movements and their impact on cultures, he is director of “Ministry i2” (East Asia) and missiologist of “Advancing Native Missions”.
Islamistic consultant, author and author and writer
Author, scholar of Islam, teacher and recognized lecturer at most of the National Evangelical Movement.
He is often involved in information about the essence of Islam, its projects, hegemonic intentions and unconstitutional policies in the West.