During the 1960s through the 1980s, he taught as Professor of Philosophy of Education, at the University of Tunis. There he was able to spread the Islamic beliefs that he had developed in several books.
Following the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in 2003, al-Jamali's writings became more popular throughout Iraq. His books appealed to the Iraqis: for he had written resistance against occupiers, urged Muslims to comply with the Qur'an, but appealed to them to study modern science to keep apace with the West.
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