Huda Himmat


United Kingdom

Known for

Activist, and Entrepreneur


Hijri Unknown-Present (AH); Common Era Unknown-Present (CE)

Huda Himmat


Huda Himmat is a freelance entrepreneur with a master’s in international law from the University of London. Until recently, she was the vice-president of Board of Trustee of FEMYSO (Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organizations), whose headquarters is in Brussels. She is the daughter of Ali Ghaleb Himmat, who was born in Damascus in 1938, a naturalized Italian since 1990 and resident in Campione d'Italia. He is co-director of Taqwa Bank, the Bank of the Muslim Brotherhood and head of Islamic Gesellschaft in Deutschland, founded by Sa'id Ramadan, the father of Tareq and Hani Ramadan. Huda Himmat grew up in Campione d'Italia and is a spokesperson of the "Islamic Community of Ticino." Her writings can be found in the book, Islamophobia and its Consequences on Young People, by Ingrid Ramberg. In it she discusses the effects of Islamophobia on young men and women and their struggles growing up Muslim in England. She recently launched her new Web site, Bellissima Scarves, which features clothing, “that are both in conformity with the Islamic dress code as well as elegant and fashionable.”


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