Saeed al-Shehabi

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Saeed al-Shehabi
سعيد الشهابي
Born 1954
Bahrain Bahrain
Residence United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Nationality Bahraini
Occupation Political activist, journalist, commentator, and member of the Bahrain Freedom Movement

Saeed al-Shehabi (Arabic:سعيد الشهابي, born 1954) is a London-based Bahraini political activist, journalist, commentator and member of the Bahrain Freedom Movement [1][1][2][3]

Shehabi earned his BSc and PhD (in Control Engineering) from the City University London.[4]

According to the London-based Centre for the Study of Terrorism, of which he is Trustee, Shahabi edited the London-based Pan-Arabic weekly Al Aalam from 1983 to 1999 and, in addition to being Chairman of the Gulf Cultural Club, serves as a trustee of two Muslim charities located in London, the Dar Al-Hekma Trust and the Abrar Islamic Foundation, and writes "regularly" for Al-Quds and The Muslim News.[4]

The BBC describes Shehabi as "leader of a Bahraini opposition group in London."[5]