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Eaton, (Horace Charles Le) Gai [names in religion Hasan ‘Abd al-Hakim, Sidi Hasan] (1921–2010), diplomatist and Muslim scholar  

Khizar Humayun Ansari

Eaton, (Horace Charles Le) Gai [names in religion Hasan ‘Abd al-Hakim, Sidi Hasan] (1921–2010), diplomatist and Muslim scholar, was born on 1 January 1921 in Lausanne, Switzerland, the son of Francis Henry Launcelot Errington (1854–1942), barrister, and Ruth Frances Muddock (1881–1973)...

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Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din (1870–1932) by unknown photographer, 1918 Woking Muslim Mission

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Kamal-ud-Din, Khwaja (1870–1932), Islamic scholar and missionary  

Khizar Humayun Ansari

Kamal-ud-Din, Khwaja (1870–1932), Islamic scholar and missionary, was born in Lahore, Punjab, British India, the son of Khwaja Aziz-ud-Din. He came from a Kashmiri family with a tradition of distinguished public service: his grandfather, Abdur Rashid, was at one time the qazi (chief Muslim judge) of ...

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Kamal-ud-Din, Khwaja (1870–1932)  

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Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din (1870–1932) by unknown photographer, 1918 Woking Muslim Mission

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Philby, Harry St John Bridger (1885–1960)  

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Harry St John Bridger Philby (1885–1960) self-portrait, 1917–18 The Royal Geographical Society, London

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Philby, Harry St John Bridger (1885–1960), explorer and Arabist  

James Craig

Philby, Harry St John Bridger (1885–1960), explorer and Arabist, was born at St John's, Badulla, Ceylon, on 3 April 1885, the second son of Harry Montagu Philby (d. 1913), a coffee planter, and his wife, Queenie (1864–1950), known as May, daughter of ...