Abdel Badie Saqr (عبد البديع صقر; 1915 - 1986) was an Egyptian political activist and later a prominent educational and cultural advisor to the Qatari government. Born to a family of military officers, he began a career as a merchant but soon became involved with Hassan al-Banna and the Muslim Brotherhood. In the early 1950s, he was encouraged by Mohib al-Din al-Khatib to move to Qatar and become the head of the country's Committee of Education within the Ministry of Knowledge. In that role, he promoted religious conservatism and Islamic moral education in the country's schools. He also opened Qatar's first schools for girls. Starting in the late 1960s, he headed a government-affiliated publisher and became a cultural advisor to the ruler of Qatar. Saqr also was instrumental in establishing the presence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Qatar.