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Feisal Ibn Al-Hussein, HRH Prince

Aboutaleb, Ahmed

Matta, Anis

Farooq, Dr Mohammad Umar

Ahmadzai, HE Ashraf Ghani

Hussein Al-Abdullah, HRH Crown Prince

Maghraoui, Sheikh Mokhtar

Al-Qaradaghi, Prof Ali Mohyi Al-Din

Yahya, Habib Luthfi

Jahjaga, Atifete

Salih, HE Sheikh Ibrahim

Madani, Arsad

Mbacke, Serigne Sidi Al Moukhtar

Owaisi, MP Janab Asaduddin

Sayeedi, Delwar Hossain

Sanusi, Alhaji Dr Sanusi Lamido

Oloyede, Prof Ishaq Olanrewaju

Allam, Shawki Ibrahim Abdel-Karim

Widodo, HE President Joko

Al-Sisi, HE President Abdel Fattah

Al-Azhari, Sheikh Usama Al-Sayyid

Siddiqui, Khwaja Pir Mohammad Alauddin

Shakir, Imam Zaid

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Nayed, HE Dr Aref

Al-Jifri, Sheikh Habib Ali Zain Al-Abideen

Hanson, Sheikh Hamza Yusuf

Madani, Maulana Mahmood

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Al-Sabouni, Sheikh Mohammed Ali

Usmani, HE Justice Sheikh Muhammad Taqi

Bayyah, HE Sheikh Abdullah Bin

Al-Azhari, Mufti Muhammad Akhtar Raza Khan Qadiri

Cisse, Sheikh Ahmad Tijani Ali

Winter, Professor Timothy

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Qubeysi, HE Sheikha Munira

Khaled, Dr Amr

Al-Nahyan, HH General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed

Siradj, Dr KH Said Aqil

Abdul-Wahhab, Hajji Mohammed

Gomaa, HE Sheikh Dr Ali

Al-Tayyeb, HE Professor Dr Sheikh Ahmad Muhammad

Scholarly Influence: His scholarly influence as a leading intellectual of Sunni Islam spans the globe. He has served as the Dean of the Faculty of Islamic Studies in Aswan, and the theology faculty of the International Islamic University in Pakistan. He has also taught in universities in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.

Political Stance: Over the past years of political uncertainty and unrest in Egypt and in particular during the months that led up to the Egyptian armed forces deposing Muhammad Morsi as President of Egypt, Tayyeb attempted to mediate between Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood-dominated government on the one hand and opposition political forces on the other. It was the only time Morsi and the opposition sat together and given their mutual intransigence, Tayyeb’s attempt at mediation did not succeed. While Tayyeb has been outspoken against the Muslim Brotherhood for their exploitation of Islam as a political ideology, al-Azhar has experienced recent tensions with the establishment of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi. President al-Sisi has increasingly called on a “religious revolution” and efforts to “renew Islamic discourse,” which have been met by ambivalence by the Azharite establishment. Such efforts included the suggestion to revoke the verbal divorce law in Egypt. Al-Azhar wholly rejected the President’s plan, calling the law an “undisputed practice since the days of the Prophet Muhammad.”

Tayyeb has been active in trying to diffuse the influence of DA’ISH, organizing many initiatives and conferences. He has also tried to improve foreign relations and accepted an invitation to meet Pope Francis in the Vatican in May 2016.

Advocate of Traditional Islam: Sheikh Tayyeb has emphasized his mission to promote traditional Islam since becoming Grand Sheikh. He has stressed the importance of teaching students about Islamic heritage — considering al-Azhar graduates as ambassadors of Islam to the world. In an age where the claimants to authoritative Islam seem to be on every corner Sheikh Tayyeb has both the institute and the personal skills to authentically claim to be a representative of traditional Islam, Islam as practiced by the majority of Muslims throughout the ages. On 29 August 2016 during the World Islamic Conference held in Grozny, Chechnya, Sheikh Tayyeb, defined the Sunni community (Ahl Sunnah wa Jama’a) as those who follow Imam Abul-Hasan al-Ash’ari and Imam Abu Mansur al-Maturidi and the scholars of Hanafi, Maliki, and Shafi’i jurisprudence, as well as the moderate scholars of Hanbali school. He also included the Sufis following in the way of Imam al-Junayd.

Leader of al-Azhar University: Sheikh Tayyeb leads the second-oldest university in the world, where teaching has continued without interruption since 975 CE. Al-Azhar represents the centre of Sunni Islamic jurisprudence. It is a key institution that issues authoritative religious rulings and has provided extensive Islamic education to Egyptian and international students since its inception over a millennium ago. This history makes it a bastion of Sunni traditionalism. The university is considered one of the most prominent Islamic educational institutions, and the foremost centre of Sunni Muslim scholarship worldwide.

Administers Al-Azhar Education Network: Al-Azhar is currently the largest university in the world, having risen from a group of three schools in the 1950s to its current state with 72 feeder schools, and close to 300,000 students studying there at any one time. Including schools that are part of al-Azhar waqf initiatives, there are close to two million students. The graduates of al-Azhar have great respect as religious leaders within the Muslim community, and this makes the head of al-Azhar an extraordinarily powerful and influential person.

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