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Dr. Mustafa Cerić is considered one of the most influential Muslim figures of today. He completed the Gazi Husrevbeg Madrasa in Sarajevo and earned a scholarship to Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt. He received his doctorate from the University of Chicago by the mentorship of the eminent Muslim scholar Fazlur Rahman. He lectured at the International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, under the leadership of Prof. Naquib Al-Attas; was a Visiting Professor at the World University of Islamic Sciences and Education, Amman, Jordan. He led the Islamic Community as the Grand Mufti (Raisu-l-ulama) of Bosnia (1993-2012) in war and peace; his leadership had a major impact on domestic and international issues concerning truth, justice, peace and reconciliation. Dr. Cerić is an advocate of intercultural engagement as well as a peace activist; he won the UNESCO Peace Prize, the Theodor-Heuss-Stiftung Prize, the Sternberg Prize, the Eugen Biser Foundation Prize, the UK Muslim Social Scientist Association Life Achievement Prize, Ducci Foundation Prize... He wrote Declaration of European Muslims; led the Muslim delegation of the Common Word initiative to the Vatican; he is a member of the Committee of Conscience against Holocaust denial; he is a member of the Board of Trustees of Muslim Peace Forum, Abu Dhabi; he is a special adviser to Sheikh Abdallah bin Bayyah; he is Honorary President of World Conference Religions for Peace; he is listed among the 50 most influential Muslims in the world ... He is a ful member of the Royal Academy Al al-Bayt (Jordan), and is one of the founders and ful member of BANU (Bosnia).