Musharraf Hussain

Musharraf Hussain

Musharraf Hussain is a Scientist, Educationist and a world fame Religious Scholar in Nottinghamshire, UK.

Biography

Musharraf Hussain is the Chief Executive of the Karimia institute Nottingham[1][2] and the Chief Editor of The Invitation a family magazine, managing director of national bilingual Newspaper Dialogue. In 2009, he was awarded the OBE for his services to community relations in Britain. He is the Vice Chair of the Christian Muslim Forum, a senior trustee of Muslim Hands, a trustee of national centre for Citizenship and Law. He was awarded an honorary doctorate by Staffordshire University in 2005, for his services to British Muslim community. Formerly Founder and the Director of the PGCE course and vice chair of the association of Muslim schools. Since 1997, he has been working at the Karimia institute on a number of projects ranging from community development, raising educational achievements of Pakistani children to adult classes and interfaith work. Currently Karimia institute runs some 20 projects and is an innovative and dynamic Muslim organisation in the UK.

He is the author of various Islamic Books including 7 Steps to Moral Intelligence, published by the KUBE Publishing in 2009. with the ISBN 978-1-84774-009-0

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