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Dr. Muhammad Naseem
Dr. Muhammad Naseem was born in 1924 in Amritsar, India and lives in Birmingham, UK, is married and has five adult children. He is a retired medical practitioner, chairman of the Birmingham Mosque Trust, founder member and member of the governing council of the Human City Institute, Birmingham, and an advisor to Muslim Students at Birmingham University.
Dr. Naseem qualified as a medical doctor in 1953 from the King Edward Medical College in Lahore, Pakistan. Prior to that he was chief organiser of the student organisation Islami Jamiat-e-Tulaba whilst doing his BA in History, Political Science and English.
Dr. Muhammad Naseem came to the UK in 1959 to take up a post as Senior Health Officer at the Queens Park Hospital in Blackburn. From 1962 he set up practice as a single-handed GP in Birmingham, and served as Justice of the Peace from 1973 to 1976.
Dr. Muhammad Naseem is an executive member of the Islamic Party of Britain and the party's home affairs spokesman, as well as an untiring monetary reformer.
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