Dr. Nejatullah Siddiqui An Islamic Economist Passed Away
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Indian economist Dr. Mohammad Nejatullah Siddiqi,
who received the 1982 King Faisal International Prize for Islamic Studies, has passed away.
He was a well-known English and Urdu author.
In 177 publications across 5 languages,
he has 63 works, and WorldCat lists 1,301 library holdings.
Numerous of his works have been translated into numerous other languages,
Perhaps his most well-known book is Banking without Interest,
which was released in 27 editions and 3 languages between 1973 and 2000
and is housed in 220 libraries worldwide.
The person who died worked at universities all over the world.
He stayed at Aligarh Muslim University as a professor for a long time.
The King Faisal Award was given to him for his work in Islamic economics.
He used to be a member of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind’s Central Council.
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