ادريس بدر الدين
9 February 1952
|Home town||London, United Kingdom|
Idris Badruddin was born on 9 February to Mohammed Burhanuddin and Aisaheba Amatullah.
Badruddin is the Ameer (lit. 'head') of Idaratul Attalim, a department of Dawoodi Bohra community for spiritual and temporal education. Badruddin is the President of Burhaniyah Business Counseling Centre (BBCC), a NGO to facilitate trade and commerce in the community, founded by his father Mohammed Burhanuddin on June 6 2007. BBCC organizes Burhani Expo, an international exhibition for businesses, and International Industrial and Trade Fair.
Badruddin heads the bohrabusiness.com initiative.
In recent years, Badruddin had conducted Ashara Mubaraka sermons in Mumbai, Chennai, Dubai, and Toronto.
Badruddin led hajj as Ameer al-Hajj (lit. 'leader of the pilgrimage') of the Dawoodi Bohras in 1994 and 2016.
Badruddin was one of the witnesses of nass on his brother Mufaddal Saifuddin by Mohammed Burhanuddin at Cromwell Hospital in London, 2011 along with his brothers Qaidjoher Ezzuddin, Qusai Vajihuddin, and Ammar Jamaluddin.
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Shahzada Idrisbhaisaheb Badruddin DM will depart Toronto for Mumbai by Emirates Airlines On Wednesday, January 27, 2010. During this memorable trip, Syedi Saheb observed Ashara Mubaraka here and provided fuyuzaat and barakaat to mumineen.
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What added to the exuberance was the news that Shahzada Idrees bhai saheb Badruddin DM Ameedut Taleem was to visit Badri High School.
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