The Prime Minister of Pakistan—Imran Khan is in the list of top 50 “Most influential Muslims” of 2019. He has attained the 29th spot in the list.
The newly elected prime minister stands at the 15th spot among the current Muslim rulers in the covered list yearly by the Royal Islamic Strategies Studies Centre—based in Jordan.
It explained that influence is being the leader of two hundred and ten million Muslims in Pakistan and being the significant influence on the Pakistani movement.
The book is published yearly by The Royal Islamic Strategies Studies Centre in Amman the capital city of Jordan. The book is being published since 2009 and its tenth edition for 2019 was published this month.
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It indicates the influence some Muslim personnel have on the Ummah or on behalf of the Ummah, as per the book.
Besides Imran Khan, there are three more Pakistanis on the influential list: namely—Haji Muhammad Abdul Wahhab, Justice Sheikh Muhammad Taqi Usmani and the Amir of Tablighi Jamaat—Maulana Tariq Jameel.
The Turkish President—Recep Tayyip Erdogan is on the top of the list of most influential Muslims of 2019, while the Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud was ranked on the second spot in being an influential Muslim. On the third spot lies the Jordanian King Abdullah II Ibn Al-Hussein.
The book explained influence by writing that it is any person who has got the authority may that be culturally or ideologically or financially or politically or otherwise for making a significant change that would have a major impact on the Muslim world.