THE MUSLIM 100: THE LIVES, THOUGHTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL MUSLIMS IN HISTORY
About Author: Muhammad Mojlum Khan (born 6 December 1973) is a Bangladeshi-born British non-fiction writer. Khan was born in Habiganj District, Bangladesh and was brought up and educated in England. Khan studied classical Arabic and traditional Islamic sciences at a darul uloom (Islamic seminary). He graduated with a degree in Business and Social Policy from the University of East Anglia. Khan is a teacher, writer, literary critic, research scholar and researcher in Islamic thought and history. He has published over 150 essays and articles worldwide including 100 essays and articles on Islam, comparative religion, contemporary thought and current affairs. Since the age of 19, he has been a regular contributor to The Muslim News He is also a regular contributor on BBC Radio. Khan is a former president of a university Islamic society and executive member of Federation of Student Islamic Societies in UK and Eire (FOSIS). He is a fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland and a founding director of Bengal Muslim Research Institute UK. He is also chairman of the Ipswich and Suffolk Muslim Council and the manager of the Bangladeshi Support Centre. He is an Imam to Her Majesty's Prison Service. In September 2011, Khan co-ordinated the 1 Big Multicultural Festival, organized by the Bangladeshi Support Centre (BSC). Khan is a recipient one international and two national prizes for his essays on Islam.
|Cover Type||Soft Cover|
|Number of Pages||450|
|Product Dimension||7.6 x 9.8 x 1.1 inch|
|Author/Artist||Muhammad Mojlum Khan|