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Obituaries: 16-31 October 2002

Noted Islamic Scholar MAULANA FASIHUDDIN DEHLWI died on September 18 after prolonged illness. He was 61 and is survived by wife and six children. After memorising the Qur’an he completed his studies at Madrasah Aliya Fatehpuri Delhi. He also went to Darul Uloom Deoband for further studies. Later he taught in Madrasah Aliya Fatehpuri and was also associated with quarterly Arabic journal Thaqafatul Hind, published by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR). For a few years he worked in Iraq Embassy and then in Kuwait Embassy for a long time. Despite his busy schedule he contributed many articles on varied subjects. He also wrote for the monthly Tarjaman-e-Darul Uloom. He resigned from the embassy three years ago on health grounds. He authored Moinul Mutarjim, a book on self-learning Urdu-Arabic translation. Condolence meetings were held at several places in Delhi. Amiduz Zaman Keranwi, acting president of Darul Uloom Deoband Old Boys Association said that he had good command over Arabic, English and Urdu. Had he not been in embassy he would have been an exemplary scholar, he said. Prof. Ziaul Hasan Nadwi, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Languages, Jamia Millia Islamia called him a sparkling star of Deoband and said that he was a true representative of Deoband’s great scholars and an embodiment of knowledge and character. Hakeem Zillur Rahman called his demise a great loss for Delhiites. Dr Badruddin Al-Hafiz paid rich tributes to him. Maulana As’ad Madani, president of Jamit Ulama-i-Hind expressed profound grief over his demise. Several other scholars and organisations have condoled his demise and paid tributes to the departed soul. His funeral prayer was offered at Jamia Millia Islamia.

MUHAMMAD MUZZAMMIL, junior sub-editor of daily Rashtriya Sahara died of heart attack in Lucknow on August 28. He was 46 and is survived by wife, four sons and a daughter. He belonged to Bahraich district (UP). An Awadh University graduate and master’s degree holder, Mazzammil started his journalistic career in 1988 with monthly Afkar-e-Milli, published from Delhi and worked there for 10 years. Then he joined Rashtriya Sahara in 1998 and worked as desk editor besides reporting. He died on duty as he felt slight pain on returning from reporting which later became severe and proved fatal.

Senior member of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, NAZIRULLAH KHAN died on September 8 in Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh. He was 68 and had sustained serious head injuries in a recent road accident. After resigning from government job he devoted his time to religious and social activities for the past many years. He was an active member of Jamaat in charge of the district.

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