Mohammed Fazle Rabbee

Dr. Mohammed Fazle Rabbee (occasionally spelled Rabbi) (Bengali: মোহাম্মদ ফজলে রাব্বী) (September 21, 1932-December 15, 1971), was a renowned cardiologist and a published medical researcher. He was the joint professor of Cardiology and Internal Medicine at Dhaka Medical College and Hospital. Rabbee was not a man of ordinary intellect. He was noted for his progressive thinking and unconventional beliefs for a modern Bengali society. The combination of his intellect, personality, and humanity were recognized by all those who knew him. Rabbee was brutally murdered in the intellectual killing during the 1971 genocide in Bangladesh by Pakistani army and its local collaborators, the Jamaat-affiliated Al-Badr militia.

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