Mahdi (disambiguation)

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Mahdi is the prophesied redeemer of Islam.

Mahdi is also the name of:

Islam[edit]

Politics[edit]

  • Adil Abdul-Mahdi (born 1942), Iraqi Shiite politician
  • Mahdi Dakhlallah (born 1947), Syrian politician and diplomat
  • Ali Mahdi Muhammad (born 1939), president of Somalia from January to November 1991
  • Mahdi Al Tajir (born 1931), Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to the United Kingdom
  • Mahdi al-Hafez (born 1943), Minister of Planning in the cabinet appointed by the Interim Iraq Governing Council in September 2003
  • Mahdi Army, a militia controlled by Muqtada al-Sadr in Iraq
  • Mohammed Mahdi Akef (1928–2017), head of the Muslim Brotherhood
  • Sadiq al-Mahdi (born 1935), Sudanese political and religious figure
  • The Mahdi, a 1981 political fiction novel

Law[edit]

Libyan royalty[edit]

Other fields[edit]

  • Mahdi (Dune), prophet who will ensure a green, lush Dune in Frank Herbert's fictional Dune universe
  • Mahdi (malware), malware discovered in February 2012
  • Mahdi Elmandjra (1933–2014), Moroccan futurist, economist and sociologist
  • Mahdi Karim (born 1983), Iraqi footballer who is a winger for Apollon Limassol and the Iraq national football team
  • Alexander Siddig (born 1965), full name Siddig El Tahir El Fadil El Siddig Abderahman Mohammed Ahmed Abdel Karim El Mahdi, British actor

See also[edit]