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Razi or Al-Razi is the title of several Iranian scholars who were born in the town of Rey, Iran. "Razi" in Persian denotes a person that is from Rey, Iran. Some of the scholars with the al-Razi include:
- Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi (c. 865 - 925/35), famous Persian physician, inventor distillation of alcohol and its use in medicine, philosopher, chemist and alchemist
- Muhammad ibn Ya'qub al-Kulayni Al-Razi, compiler of hadith, was born in 250 AH/864 CE in a village named Kulayn or Kulin in Iran.
- Abu Hatim Muhammad ibn Idris al-Razi, hadith scholar, died 890.
- Abu Hatim Ahmad ibn Hamdan al-Razi, Isma'ili theologian and philosopher, died c. 934.
- Amin Razi, 16th-century Persian geographer
- Fakhr al-Din al-Razi (c. 1150 - 1210), Persian theologian and philosopher
- Najmeddin Razi, 13th-century Persian Sufi
- Razi University
- Razi, Ardabil, a city in Iran
- Razi, Golestan, a village in Iran
- Razi, Khuzestan, a village in Iran
- Razi, West Azerbaijan, a village in Iran
- Razi, alternate name of Seyyed Razi, Iran, a village in Iran
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