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Biography

"If all mankind came together, and bought all of their ink and the inks were trees and the trees became mountains, they would never elucidate the merits of Ali Ibn Abi Talib (AS). In that there is no doubt."

- Dr Sayed Ammar Nakshwani

Dr Sayed Ammar Nakshawani is an Islamic Scholar, Author and World-Renowned International lecturer.

Having completed his undergraduate studies at the University College, London and his PhD at the University of Exeter, he went on to study at the Islamic Seminary in Damascus, Syria.

Sayed Ammar was also a visiting scholar at the Centre of Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge and then moved to the USA to become the inaugural holder of the Imam Ali Chair for Shi’i Studies and Dialogue among Islamic Legal Schools at the Hartford Seminary.

He is currently an associate at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer center for Science and International Affairs.

Furthermore, Sayed Ammar has been included in the ‘Muslim 500’ since 2013, a list highlighting the 500 most influential Muslims in the World.

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