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Shaikh Ibrahim Mogra, Assistant Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, was recipient of  an award for his outstanding contribution to interfaith work at The ‘British Imams & Scholars Contribution Awards’  ceremony held on 12th June 2015 at the Water Lily Centre in East London.

 

Ibrahim Mogra was born in Malawi, arriving in the UK at the age of 18 for further studies. His initial plans were to study Medicine, but then he was called to his true vocation, training in classical theology and the traditional sciences of Islam at the Daru-‘Ulum, Holcombe. He subsequently obtained advanced theological qualifications from Al-Azhar University in Cairo and completed a postgraduate degree at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. He serves as imam and chaplain, and is founder and Principal of Khazinatul-`Ilm, Madaris of Arabic and Muslim Life Studies, in Leicester. He is one of the MCB’s main media spokespersons.

He is chair of Religions for Peace UK, Advisory Board member of the Three Faiths Forum, and a member of the Congress of Imams and Rabbis for Peace and the Christian Muslim Forum.

 

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