‘Halal Richard Branson’ is launching Britain’s first Sharia airline

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Bangladeshi-British businessman Kazi Shafiqur Rahman calls himself the Halal version of Richard Branson.

 

The 32-year-old says he has always dreamed of following in the footsteps of the Virgin boss and launch his own airline – and he’s spotted a gap in the market. He first dreamt up the idea of a sharia compliant airline while working to clean toilets at London’s City Airport.

 

Now he is on the brink of launching Firnas Airways, compliant with the teachings of Islam, with modest dress for cabin crew, Halal food, and…

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