Muhammad Abdul Aleem Siddiqi
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Siddiqui travelled continuously for 40 years. He visited Singapore where he pioneered the All Malaya Muslim Missionary Society, now known as Jamiyah, in 1932. He also travelled to Hejaz, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, Ceylon, China, Japan, Philippines, Mauritius, Madagascar, South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Belgium, Egypt, Syria, Palestine, Jordan, Iraq, France, England, West Indies, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, Suriname, United States of America and Canada. The All-Malaya Muslim Missionary Society (now known as Jamiyah Singapore) has built a mosque named after him.
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