Sahibzada Sultan Ahmed Ali among top 10 influential Muslims, Inspad announced


Islamabad (KNN) International think tank INSPAD nominates Sahibzada Sultan Ahmed Ali among top 10 Muslim influential figures.

The Institute of Peace & Development (INSPAD) on Sunday placed Chairman Muslim Institute among the world’s top ten most influential Muslim figures.

The think tank which simultaneously operates from Pakistan and Belgium, has announced 25th Annual awards 2020. The 21 members awards nomination jury headed by Mrs. Kishwar Aqeel nominated top 10 muslim personalities including Turkey’s first women Emine Erdogan, Eminent scholar and former Prime Minister of Malaysia Mahathir Muhammad, Queen of Bahrain Shaikha Noora Al Khalifa, Secretary General Muslim League Muhammad Bin AbdulKarim Al Issa, spiritual leader Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin, Member of US council Ilhan Omar, Member house of Lords UK Lord Nazir Ahmed, Dr. Salim Al Malik from Morroco, Dr. Ibrahim Bin Saleh Al-Naimi from Qatar and Chairman think tank Muslim Institute Sahibzada Sultan Ahmed Ali from Pakistan for their services in different fields.

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INSPAD’s President Dr. Sardar Muhammad Tahir Tabassum told to KNN that these personalities was chosen for their tremendous services in the fields of social development with a focus on the environment, culture, arts and social awareness.

The body, which has 5,000 ambassadors of peace and over 12,000 members from different countries, every year selects eminent Muslim figures around the globe and recently announced first list of life time achievement awards as well.


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