The future of controversial Muslim leader Keysar Trad will be decided this weekend at elections of the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC).

The New South Wales Supreme Court has ordered the organisation to hold a fresh vote after a messy internal dispute ended up in the courts.

The organisation has been in crisis since allegations surfaced at its six schools around the country in 2015 that at least some schools were operating for profit and sending money back to its parent organisation.

That ultimately led to Mr Trad being installed as the president in late 2016.

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