Yakub

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Yakub (Arabic: يعقوب‎, also transliterated as Yaghoub, Yaqoob, Yaqoub and Yaqub) is the Arabic version of Jacob, the name of a biblical patriarch also venerated as a Prophet of Islam (see Jacob in Islam) and hence commonly used as a male given name in Arab and Muslim societies. It is also used as a surname.

According to the Nation of Islam, Yakub was a black scientist who lived 6,600 years ago and created the white race.

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  • Yakup, Turkish form of the name