Khattab (name)

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Khattab or Hattab (Arabic: خطاب‎‎) is a name derived from the word "sermon" (Khatib) (lit. book-narration). The most prominent person carrying the name is Umar ibn al-Khattab, the second Sunni Caliph, the son of Khattab ibn Nufayl. "Al-Khattab" means "the sermon-giver" (lit. the narrator).

People that have Khattab in their first name include: