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Ahmed Kadhem al-Rawi

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Ahmed Al-Rawi (1 July 1947) is an Iraqi born British citizen who came to the United Kingdom in 1975 to study engineering and became active in Muslim politics.[1][dubious ][2] He is currently the executive director of the Europe Trust, an organization that grew out of the Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe (FIOE), formerly headed by Al-Rawi and which in turn represents the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe.[3][dubious ]

In 2004 Ahmed al-Rawi was identified in Le Monde as being one of two representatives in the governing bureau of international organization (Tanzim al-Dawl) of the Muslim Brotherhood.[4][dubious ]

Al-Rawi is also a past President of the Muslim Association of Britain (MAB), considered to be the representative of the Muslim Brotherhood in the UK.[5][6][dubious ]

When asked by the Wall Street Journal in 2005 if he belongs to the Muslim Brotherhood he did not "deny having a close connection to the Brotherhood. But he took issue with the Brotherhood’s reputation in the West, saying he admires the organization for how it stands up to the authoritarianism that rules the countries in the Mideast."[1][dubious ]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Johnson, Ian (29 December 2005). "How Islamic Group's TiesReveal Europe's Challenge". The Wall Street Journal.
  2. company check ltd (21 September 2015). "MR AHMED KADHEM AL RAWI director information. Free director information". Company Check.
  3. Norfolk, Andrew (10 July 2015). "Unwitting students fund Islamist projects with their rent payments". The Times.
  4. Ternisien, Xavier (23 October 2004). "L'internationale éclatée des Frères musulmans". Le Monde (in français).
  5. "Press - MAB". Archived from the original on 3 April 2008.
  6. Gilligan, Andrew (8 February 2015). "How the Muslim Brotherhood fits into a network of extremism". The Telegraph.

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