Br Anas Altikriti (born September 9, 1968) is the President of the Cordoba Foundation and former Director of Human Appeal International - UK.
One of the leading figures of the British Anti-War movement, Altikriti also served as president of the Muslim Association of Britain between 2004- 2005.
Altikriti holds an MSc in Translation and Interpreting. He teaches translation and interpreting on part-time basis at Leeds University.
Altikriti chaired more than 13 major demonstrations including the 2-million strong demonstration against the Iraq war organized in London on February 15, 2003. He was also special envoy to Iraq to negotiate the release of Western hostages.
As a regular commentator in the International and Arab media (e.g. BBC, CNN, ABC, SKY, Al-Jazeera, etc.) on Muslim and current affairs, he has appeared on HARDtalk and the Doha Debates (both with Tim Sebastian), Lateline on Australian ABC and BBCs Newsnight as well as a number of prominent programs on a variety of international channels.
Altikriti has contributed a number of articles to The Guardian, Al-Ahram Weekly and Islam Online. In late 2005 and 2006 he made a number of trips to Iraq in efforts to release British hostage Norman Kember. Kember was eventually released in March 2006.
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