- Preaching and teaching in mosques in Beirut.
- Preaching and teaching in Makkawi and Majidiyah, and the Imam Ali mosques in the heart of Beirut for more than twenty years.
- He taught the subjects of logic and uniformity in Azhar- Lebanon-Beirut.
- Assistant prosecution Judge in the Islamic Courts in Beirut.
- Deputy Chief Judge in Beirut.
- Judge of Akkar province in northern Lebanon.
- President of the Courts of legitimacy in the province of Mount Lebanon.
- Assuming the post of Mufti of the Lebanese Republic on 11/12/1966 after unanimity scholars and Muslim leaders on his election in the lobby of the Dar Al-Fatwa.
- Chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council legitimate in Lebanon.
- Chairman of the Islamic Gathering. (weekly meeting of heads of governments, ministers, MPs).
- President of the Supreme Islamic Council in Lebanon.
- Deputy Chairman of the Constituent Assembly of the Association of the Islamic world league in Mecca.
- Deputy head of the Islamic Charity Organization in Kuwait.
- Academy member jurist in the Muslim World League / Mecca.
- Academy member in the Organization of Islamic States / Jeddah.
- A member of the Islamic Research Academy in Egypt.
- Participated personally as a representative of Lebanon in many Arab and Islamic conferences or sent representatives in each of: Saudi Arabia / Egypt / Sudan / Morocco / Libya / Algeria / Tunisia / Arab Emirates / Qatar / Kuwait / Syria / Iraq / Yemen / Iran / Indonesia / Australia / China / France / Britain / Rome / Afghanistan / Ghana / Niger / Mali / Chad / Somalia / Uganda / Poland / Romania / Bulgaria / Soviet Union /and the United States of America.
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