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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