Abdel-Bari Zamzami, Moroccan religions leader, Dead


Abdel Bari Zamzami Ben Seddik/ عبد الباري الزمزمي بن الصديق, also spelled Abdelbari Zemzami died on February 10, 2016.

He was a Moroccan religious leader.

Abdel was a Moroccan cleric of the moderate way and was amongst the most controversial religious figures in the Maghreb.

Zamzami was the president of the Moroccan association of contemporary cataclysmic jurisprudence researcher and studies and a member of the Moroccan Religious Scholars.

He was also one of the founders of the International Union of Muslim Scholars and a member of the Moroccan Parliament.

Abdel was the sole Member of Parliament affiliated with the party of reform and virtue and was seen as an enemy to secularists and communists in Morocco.

He was shunned and criticized by members of his party after he issued a series of controversial fatwas.

Abdel-Bari Zamzami passed away in February 2016.