Muhammad Abdul Bari, MBE FRSA (Bengali: মুহাম্মাদ আব্দুল বারি; born 2 October 1953), is a Bangladeshi-born British physicist, scholar, writer, teacher, community leader and the current secretary of Muslim Aid, who is widely regarded as one of the most powerful Asians and Muslims in Western Europe. In 2006, Time Out classified Abdul Bari as the 7th shaker and mover persons in London, preceded by David Cameron and Ken Livingstone. He is usually listed as a community leader in The 500 Most Influential Muslims. He is also the former Chairman of the East London Mosque, and the former Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain. He has also served as the president of the Islamic Forum of Europe (IFE). In addition to the parenting and consultancy work, Abdul Bari also writes on various blo

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  • Muhammad Abdul Bari, MBE FRSA (Bengali: মুহাম্মাদ আব্দুল বারি; born 2 October 1953), is a Bangladeshi-born British physicist, scholar, writer, teacher, community leader and the current secretary of Muslim Aid, who is widely regarded as one of the most powerful Asians and Muslims in Western Europe. In 2006, Time Out classified Abdul Bari as the 7th shaker and mover persons in London, preceded by David Cameron and Ken Livingstone. He is usually listed as a community leader in The 500 Most Influential Muslims. He is also the former Chairman of the East London Mosque, and the former Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain. He has also served as the president of the Islamic Forum of Europe (IFE). In addition to the parenting and consultancy work, Abdul Bari also writes on various blogs including The Huffington Post and Al-Jazeera and he has authored numerous books. (en)
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  • Muhammad Abdul Bari, MBE FRSA (Bengali: মুহাম্মাদ আব্দুল বারি; born 2 October 1953), is a Bangladeshi-born British physicist, scholar, writer, teacher, community leader and the current secretary of Muslim Aid, who is widely regarded as one of the most powerful Asians and Muslims in Western Europe. In 2006, Time Out classified Abdul Bari as the 7th shaker and mover persons in London, preceded by David Cameron and Ken Livingstone. He is usually listed as a community leader in The 500 Most Influential Muslims. He is also the former Chairman of the East London Mosque, and the former Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain. He has also served as the president of the Islamic Forum of Europe (IFE). In addition to the parenting and consultancy work, Abdul Bari also writes on various blo (en)
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