Muztar Abbasi

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Allama Muztar Abbasi
1989 photo at PAF Model School Lower Top
1989 photo at PAF Model School Lower Top
Born 1931
Murree
Occupation Scholar
Children two

Allama Muztar Abbasi (Born 1931 in Murree - Died 26 February 2004 in Islamabad) was a Pakistani Muslim scholar belonged to the Dhund Abbasi tribe of the Murree Hills and Rawalpindi District. He was a patron of Esperanto language in Pakistan. He was patron in chief Pakistan Esperanto Association (PakEsA). He translated the Quran into Esperanto and wrote a biography of Muhammad and several other books in Esperanto and Urdu.

Works[edit]

  • Abbasi, Muztar: Unua Esperanto Libro (Urdu-Esperanto) in 1974
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Baza Esperanto-Urdu Leglibro (Urdu-Esperanto) in 1976
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Esperanto-Urdu vortaro (Urdu-Esperanto) in 1977
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Baza Kurslibro de Esperanto (Urdu-Esperanto) in 1978
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Dua Baza Kurslibro de Esperanto (Urdu-Esperanto) in 1982
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Baza Vortaro de Esp-Urdu (Urdu-Esperanto) in 1882
  • Abbasi, Muztar: S-ro Muhammad (benita de Allah) la vivo de Islamo (Esperanto) in 1984
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Facila Esperanto Vortaro en Urdu (Urdu-Esperanto) in 1985
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Leciono el la Nobla Kuraano (Dars-e-Kuraan) in 1990
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Vera Libro Traduko de Kuraano (Esperanto) in 1992
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Lingvaj interrilatoj de Araba kaj Hebrea (Urdu) in 1993
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Esperanto-Urdu Vortaro (Urdu-Esperanto) in 1998
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Tezo pri Islamo (Esperanto) in 2000
  • Abbasi, Muztar: Profeto Muhammad (benita de Allah) Diris (Esperanto,Araba kaj Urdua) in 2002
  • Abbasi, Muztar: La Sankta Kuraano (Translate in Esperanto) in 2000

1989 at PAF Lower Topa. Back Row: Azhar, Mudassar Farid. FrontRow: Miss Fareeda, Mr Abdul Hameed, Principal Ghulam Sarwar, Sir Muztar Abbasi, Miss Sultana.