Mohammad Ghazi (translator)
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Mohammad Ghazi (Persian: محمد قاضی, Kurdish: محەممەد قازی; also Romanized as Muhammad Qazi) (August 3, 1913 in Mahabad, Iran – January 14, 1998 in Tehran) was a prolific, renowned Iranian translator and writer of Kurdish origin who translated numerous books mainly from French into Persian. He wrote/ translated nearly 70 books.
Ghazi studied literature at Darolfonoun, Tehran.
He died on January 14, 1998, in Day Hospital, Tehran, at the age of 85.
- "Mohammad Ghazi" The Parsagon Review. Retrieved 2016-02-17.
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