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Dr. Mohamed Matar Al Kaabi

General Secretary of the Forum
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Dr. Mohamed Matar Al Kaabi
Dr. Mohammed Matar Salim Al Kaabi was born in Al Ain city on 16/7/1966. He studied at the military school and distinguished himself in all stages of his studies. He received his BA in Islamic and Arabic Studies from the Faculty of Islamic and Arabic Studies in Dubai in 1994. He obtained his master's degree in jurisprudence and its origins from the University of Mohammed V - Kingdom of Morocco in 1998. In 2002, he received a doctorate (degree of excellence) in Islamic studies, research unit in the curricula of Islamic sciences, with the recommendation of course from the same university. Dr. Al Kaabi held various leadership positions in the ranks of the armed forces of the United Arab Emirates. He served as an officer from the rank of candidate to a lieutenant colonel.
Dr. Al Kaabi has more than 25 years experience in management.

Positions previously held:
• Chairman of Zayed House for Islamic Culture.
• Member of the Crescent Research Committee.
• Chairman of the Committee of tests of preachers and imams in the Commission.
• Head of the official Hajj mission.

Positions currently occupied:
• Secretary General of the Forum for the Promotion of Peace in Muslim Communities.
• Director General of the Center for Studies and Education.
• Chairman of the General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments (with the rank of Undersecretary of the Ministry).
• Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Mohammed V University, Abu Dhabi.
• Chairman of the Friday sermon in the Authority.
• Member of the Board of Directors of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Center.
• Khatib Gomaa / Live broadcast.
• Daily article during Ramadan 2009 - 2012 in Al Ittihad newspaper.

From his books:
• Participated in the audit, supervision and output of more than 120 publications of the General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments.
• Method of reasoning in the jurisprudence of Ibn Hazm and Ibn Abd al-Barr.
• The impact of violence on the Islamic heritage: lesson and memory.
• The role of women in building society.
• Views in religion, thought and society.
• The healing of souls and the refinement of morality, to Ibn Hazm Andalusi (investigation).
• Media exploits.
• People who think.
• The biography of Imam Malik.