Two British Muslims get major positions in UK cultural institutions


Ismail Amla, appointed as a board member of UK Sport LONDON: Two prominent British born Muslims of South Asian origin have been appointed to senior leadership positions of major British cultural institutions. Harris Bokhari, a board member of the Princes? Trust Mosaic and founder of the charities Patchwork and the Naz Legacy Foundation, has been appointed by the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as a trustee of the Natural History Museum – making him one of only three Muslim trustees in major British museums and currently the only British born Muslim to have achieved the feat.