After he had successfully completed his studies there, he graduated in 1895.
As an experienced military man and a politician, he contributed significantly to the establishment of the Emirate of Transjordan. Ali Khulqi"s realised later that he needed to develop further and decided to travel to Damascus to enroll in the local military academy. He pursued his studies at the Turkish Military Academy, where he received an officer rank to join the Ottoman army.
Later he became a Mirliva.
Political After the collapse of Ottoman Empire, Ali joined the Great Arab Revolt and later formed a local government in Ajloun in 1920 until Emir Abdullah I ibn al-Hussain ruled as Emir of Transport-Jordan in 1921. Ali Khulqi Alsharairi served in the first Jordanian government in 1921 as a Minister of Security and Order then as Minister of Education 1923-1924.
Alsharairi family is one of the prominent families of the city of Irbid, or the so-called the Pearls of Irbid, referring to those few families that have had their own water wells that time. Alsharairi hails from the tribe of ""Bily"", which has roots in Hijaz, what is now Saudi Arabia.
Many of its members contributed greatly to their community in the early years of the Jordanian state such as:
Mr Sa"id Hassan Alsharairi, the first Mayor of the city of Irbid in 1891.
Doctor Ahmad Alsharairi, one of the first known physicians in Jordan. Mr Ibrahim Alsharairi, one of the first lawyers and prominent judges in Jordan.