|Date Of Birth||2 November 1977|
|Age||40 years 1 months 9 days|
|Day of Birth||Wednesday|
|Place Of Birth||Essex, England|
|Professions||Writer , Activist , Radio Hosting|
|Full Name||Maajid Usman Nawaz|
|Name (Urdu)||ماجد نواز|
|Languages||Arabic , Urdu , English|
|Wives|| Rabia Ahmed (m. 1999–2008) |
Rachel Maggart (m. 2014)
|Brother||Kaashif Nawaz (elder)|
|Education (Graduation)||B.A, Law and Arabic (2007)|
|Education (High School)||Westcliff High School for Boys, Westcliff-on-Sea|
|Alma Mater||London School of Economics |
University of London
|Education (Post-Graduation)||M.Sc., Political Theory (2008)|
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|Social Networks, Web links|
|Wiki Page||Wiki Page|
|Facebook Profile||Facebook Profile|
|Twitter Profile||Twitter Profile|
|Official Website||Official Website|
Maajid Nawaz is a Muslim reformer, British activist and politician. He contested from Hampstead & Kilburn (London) constituency & Lost it in the 2015 General Elections.
Maajid was born on November 2, 1977 in Essex, England to a Pakistani couple. Maajid's father Mo, was an electrical engineer who worked previously in the Pakistani Army, Maajid's mother Abi was born in Pakistan and brought up in England. Maajid has an elder brother and an younger sister.
Maajid writes books, columns raising awareness about radical Islam & differentiating it from Islam. Maajid believes awareness can reduce anti Muslim bigotry as well as young Muslim kids falling into wrong company and getting radicalized.
During his college years Maajid married Rabia Ahmed a biology student who was also involved with Islamic activism. Maajid was 21 years old at the time of marriage, during this time he landed in jail in Egypt. They have a son named Ammar. Owing to their ideological shift In 2008 Rabia and Maajid divorced. He became serious with Liberalism and secularism related activism which drove them separate.
Second marriage: In 2014 Maajid married Rachel Maggart, an American artist who owns an art gallery in London. They had a son named Jibreal in February 2017.
Quilliam Foundation: Maajid Nawaz founded Quilliam foundation (named after Abdullah Quilliam, a British convert to Islam who founded Britain's first Mosque) along with Rashad Zaman Ali and Ed Husain, a think tank focused towards countering radical Islamism and Anti-Muslim bigotry.
He participates in debates, discussions related to Liberalism & Islamism.
Books by Maajid Nawaz: