Religion: 
Islam
Nationality: 
Saudi Arabia
Gender: 
Male

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Country: 
UK
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North Europe
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Director General, Islamic Cultural Centre, London

Dr. Ahmad Al-Dubayan was awarded his Masters Degree in Arabic Philology amd Linguistics by Imam University in Indonesia. In 1999, he completed his PhD at Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany, in Arabic Philology, Islamic and English Studies.  He worked as Head of Research and Translation Unit at the Institute of Islamic and Arabic Studies in Jakarta from 1988 to 1990. Formerly, he was lecturer in Arabic at the University of Imam and Univeristy of Indonesia in Jakarta. From 1995 to 1998, he was the head of the Islamic Cultural Affairs in the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Bonn, Germany.  Presently, he is the Director General of the Islamic Cultural Centre in London. 

Main Publications: 

1.) Ahmad M. Al-Dubayan. Ed. and Transl., Galen: “Über die Anatomie der Nerven”. Berlin, Klaus Schwarz Verlag, 2000.

2.) Ahmad M. Al-Dubayan. "Shaikh Salim Ibn Jindan, and His Work : Kitab Rawdat Al-Wildan fi Thabat Ibn Jindan, An Analytical, Biographical and Bibliographical Study". The London Central Mosque Trust and The Islamic Cultural Centre

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