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About Ajmal Masroor
Popular broacaster, politician, a trained relationship counsellor, trainer and an author Ajmal Masroor was born in Bangladesh and came to Britain at the age of one when his parents immigrated from the country. He grew up in the heart of Tower Hamlets. He moved back to Bangladesh a few years later at the age of nine due to his father's concerns about different cultures and the possibility of losing their Muslim identities. However, they returned when he was at the age of 13. When living in the East End, Masroor experienced racism against the Bangladeshis in the areas, with properties being damaged. He was brought up in Shadwell, and attended the Bluegate Fields School on Cable Street. At the age of 19, his father attempted to force him into a marriage in Bangladesh, but was unsuccessful because Masroor challenged his father, saying forced marriage is not acceptable in Islam. He then married a Hungarian, Henrietta Szovati (who had converted to Islam), and they now have two children.
After his GCSEs and A Levels, Masroor studied Politics and Arabic at SOAS, and was very active in student unions and Islamic Societies. His interests include learning about new cultures and world food, playing badminton, and reading based on history, society and politics. At university, he was involved in national anti-racism campaigns with the NUS. He was also worked in Tower Hamlets as a youth worker and a community organiser. As Vice-Chairman of the London Civic Forum, he organised a number of campaigns and rallies such as the Campaign Against Intolerance and the Neighbours into Citizens programme.
Masroor is currently a Member of the Muslim Council of Britain, the Central Working Committee