2016年11月1日火曜日

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Abedin was born on July 28, 1976,[7] in Kalamazoo, Michigan to Syed Zainul Abedin (1928–93) and Saleha Mahmood Abedin [4][8] At the age of two, she moved with her family to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where she was raised and lived until returning to the United States for college.[4][8] Abedin traveled frequently during her childhood and teenage years and attended a British girls' school.[8]
Both of her parents were educators. Her father, born in New Delhi, British India, on April 2, 1928,[9] was an Islamic and Middle Eastern scholar of Indian descent, who received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, and then in 1978 founded the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs, an organization devoted to the study of Muslim communities in non-Muslim societies around the world. In 1979 he founded the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs,[10] which his wife took over after his death; his daughter Huma was listed as an associate editor from 1996–2008. Her mother, born in British India (now Pakistan after the 1947 British Partition), also received her Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, and is currently an associate professor of sociology and dean at Dar Al-Hekma College in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.[4][11]

At age 18 Abedin entered George Washington University,[4][8] where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree.[12] As a teenager, she aspired to be a journalist like her role model Christiane Amanpour, and wanted to work in the White House press office.[13]



MAHMOOD ABEDIN Saleha S. BA, MA, PhD
British sociologist, Muslim scholar and academic
Director, Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs, London

Date of birth: 1940


Education: PhD, ‘Islam and Muslim Fertility: Sociological Dimensions of a Demographic Dilemma’, University of Pennsylvania 1977


Career: Saleha Mahmood Abedin is Director of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs in London. She is also Chairperson of the International Islamic Committee for Woman and Child, in Amman, Jordan, Professor of Sociology at King Abdulaziz University Women's College, Jeddah, and the Founder of Dar Al-Hekma College, Jeddah. Saleha Mahmood Abedin is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs (see url below).


Publications include: International Committee for the Peace Council: 2001 2002, Women in Islam: A Discourse in Rights and Obligations (editor) 2002, SAIV – The Spiritual Alliance to Stop Intimate Violence 2004, The Global Peace Initiative of Women 2007; numerous articles in professional journals












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