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Dr. Nakshawani is an Associate of the Iran Project at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. His focus is on Islamic politics as well as conflict and peace building in the Middle East.
In 2016, Columbia University announced that Dr. Nakshawani would serve as a Visiting Scholar.
Nakshawani was listed as one of The 500 Most Influential Muslims in 2014. He was a visiting scholar at Columbia University's Middle East Institute and University of Cambridge Centre of Islamic Studies. He previously held the Imam Ali Chair for Shi’i Studies and Dialogue among Islamic Legal Schools at Hartford Seminary.
In 2014, Nakshawani was included in the list of The 500 Most Influential Muslims (also known as The Muslim 500, an annual publication first published in 2009) in the "Preachers and Spiritual Guides" section.
Nakshawani attended University College London and obtained his BSc in Psychology and Law in 2003, while also studying a one-year diploma course at the London School of Economics. He thereafter obtained his MA from Shahid Beheshti University in Tehran and his doctorate from the University of Exeter.
Nakshwani was born to Emad Nakshawani, the son of Hujjat al-Islam Murtadha Nakshawani (d. 1990), who served as a representative of grand Ayatollah Abu al-Qasim al-Khoei in Kufa. His mother is the daughter of the late sheikh, Muhammad-Taqi al-Irawani. He has an ethnic Azerbaijani background on his father's side, and claims descent from Muhammad through Musa al-Kadhim, the seventh Shia Imam. His uncle, Baqir al-Irawani is a jurist and teacher at the Islamic seminary of Najaf. In 1987, his family migrated to England, United Kingdom
Sayyid Dr. Ammar al-Nakshawani (Arabic: عمار النقشواني ; b. 1981), commonly known as Sayed Ammar Nakshawani, is a British-Iraqi intellectual scholar, author and orator.