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I recently interviewed a very well-informed and intelligent fajr-ulam (mulam) from Pakistan. His name is Haseeb Kharim and his background is not that of most Pakistani people, being that he came to the UK from a rich, well-off family that has always supported Islamic causes in Pakistan.
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