Ahmad Thomson

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Ahmad Thomson is a British barrister and writer and a member of the Murabitun movement.


He was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1979. He was a co-founder of the Association of Muslim Lawyers in 1993. He is the author of several books, including The Difficult Journey and The Way Back (1994); The Next World Order (1994); the revised editions of Jesus, Prophet of Islam and Blood on the Cross (in two volumes, For Christ's Sake and Islam in Andalus) with Muhammad Ata Ur-Rahim (1996); the revised edition of Dajjal: the AntiChrist (1997); Making History (1997); The Last Prophet (2000) and Golden Days on the Open Road (2005) and is co-author of The Islamic Will with Hajj Abdalhaqq and Aisha Bewley (1995). He has been described by some in the press as having acted as an informal advisor to 10 Downing Street on matters related to Muslims,Helm, Toby. , in The Telegraph, September 12, 2005 although he has never set foot inside No. 10 or met any Prime Minister except Kenneth Kaunda, in Zambia, in 1965. He made both written and oral representations to the House of Lords Select Committee on...
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