Hafiz

Hafiz or Hafez (Persian: حافظ ‎) may mean:

  • Hafez or Khwajeh Shams al-Din Muhammad Hafez-e Shirazi, a 14th-century Persian mystic and poet. Sometimes credited as "Hafiz" or "Hafiz of Shiraz".
  • Hafiz (Quran), a term used by Muslims for people who have completely memorized the Qur'an
  • Al-Hafiz (d. 1149), the eleventh Caliph of the Fatimids
  • Abdel Halim Hafez (1929-1977), Egyptian singer and actor
  • Hafez al-Assad (1930-2000), president of Syria from 1971 to 2000
  • Helal Hafiz, Bangladeshi poet

Other articles related to "hafiz":

Mufti Kifayatullah Dehlavi - Early Life
... At the age of five, he commenced his education at the maktab of Hafiz Barakatullah ... instruction in Urdu and elementary Persian from Hafiz Nasimullah ... the most advanced kitab of Persian, Sikandar Naama, and commenced his Arabic studies under Hafiz Budhun Khan ...
Abdullah Quraishi Al-Azhari - Biography
... Late Hafiz wa Qari Abdul Wahab Quraishi Hafiz wa Qari Maulana Abdullah Quraishi Late Hafiz wa Qari Ali Quraishi Late Hafiz wa Qari Abdul Hai Quraishi Late Hafiz wa ...
Hafiz Hakki Pasha
... Hafiz Hakki Pasha (Turkish Hafız Hakkı Paşa, 1879 Monastir (Bitola) - February 15, 1915 Erzurum) was a General of the Ottoman Empire military ... Hafiz Hakki was a classmate of Enver Pasha, Mahmud Kâmil Pasha, and Fahreddin Pasha ... Hafiz Hakki fought in the Balkan wars in 1912 and then wrote books about how armies should be led ...
Sheikh Khalid Hafiz - The Imam
... As the Imam for the capital Sheikh Khalid Hafiz played an important role in the development of both the local urban Muslim community and the broader New Zealand Islamic minority the ... of the Federation of Islamic Associations (FIANZ), Hafiz attended almost all their meetings over nearly two decades ... Sheikh Hafiz went on Hajj nine times and spoke English, Arabic and Urdu ...
Daughters Of Destiny (novel) - Synopsis
... In the end, Prince Kasam's rival Ahmed (or Hafiz) inherits the throne of Baluchistan — but he yields it to Kasam so he can return to the United States with the heroine, Janet Moore ... It is revealed that Ahmed/Hafiz is actually Howard Osborne, the man Janet had previously loved (and secretly married, seven years before) ... Notably, Ahmed/Hafiz/Osborne abdicates his throne in part for personal reasons, but also because he thinks it would be bad for the country to be ruled by someone deeply influenced by American culture ...