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The Arabic word Haikal (Arabic: هيكل), also spelled Haykal, meaning temple, may refer to:
- Abdulsalam Haykal (born in 1978), a Syrian entrepreneur and activist
- Muhammad Husayn Haykal (1888-1956), an Egyptian writer, politician, lawyer and former Minister of Education
- Mohamed Hassanein Heikal (born in 1923), an Egyptian political journalist, writer and editor
- The Haykal, a five-pointed star used as the official symbol of the Bahá'í Faith
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