David Musa Pidcock
was born in 1942 in
Sheffield, where he lives with his wife and two children Jacob and
Mary. He is a machinery consultant, valuer and writer. He gives
lectures across the UK, particularly on Islamic economics. A former
Roman Catholic, David Musa Pidcock became a Muslim in 1975. He is a
founder member and since its inception the leader of the Islamic
Party of Britain.
David Musa Pidcock is also
an honorary member of the Economic Research
Council and a director of the Institute
for Rational Economics. He is a co-founder of the
National Association for Victims of Fraud and Banking
David Musa Pidcock has
contributed to a number of publications and regularly writes in
Common Sense. His book Satanic Voices - Ancient and
Modern, published by
Islamic Art and Literature (ISBN 1-871012-03-1) is considered to be a
definitive reply to Salman Rushdie's Satanic
Verses. He has now completed for publication
Dark Knights of the Solar Cross, The
confessions of G.B. Smith, a former 'Grand Baphomet' of the O.T.O.
(Ordo Templi Orientis), rescinding Smith's highly acclaimed earlier
work Knights of the Solar Cross, showing the similarities and
origins of witchcraft, freemasonry and the occult New Age movement.
Pidcock also co-operated with Martin Short on Inside the
Brotherhood (Further Secrets of Freemasons), published
by Grafton Books.
David Musa Pidcock is
currently editing The Other Road to
Serfdom by the late Arthur Swan, a history of the
abuse of money covering sixty years of economic and monetary policy.
He has also organised the translation from the French into English
of Napoleon et l'Islam by Christian
Cherfils, published in 1914, which chronicles Napoleon Bonaparte's
conversion to Islam in 1798, leading to the Code Napoleon, the
French civil law adaptation of Islamic law.
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