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Azeem Rafiq is an English cricketer who played professionally for Yorkshire County Cricket Club. A right arm off-spin bowler, Rafiq played for the county between 2008 and 2014 and 2016 and 2018, making his senior debut at the age of 17. He captained the England under-15 and under-19 sides, and in 2012 became captain.
Nilam Farooq is a German actress and vlogger.
Margaret Denise Quigley, professionally known as Maggie Q, is an American actress and model.
Marie Darrieussecq, is a French writer. She is also a translator, and has practised as a psychoanalyst.
Naveen-ul-Haq is an Afghan cricketer. He made his international debut for the Afghanistan cricket team in September 2016.
Imam-ul-Haq is a Pakistani international cricketer. On his One Day International (ODI) debut against Sri Lanka, ul-haq became the second batsman for Pakistan, and thirteenth overall, to score a century on debut. In August 2018, ul-haq was one of thirty-three players to be awarded a central contract for the 2018–19 season by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Michel Houellebecq ; born Michel Thomas; 26 February 1956 or 1958) is a French author, known for his novels, poems and essays, as well as an occasional actor, filmmaker and singer.
Nathalie Saint-Criq is a French journalist, working for France Télévisions.
Eugène François Vidocq
Eugène-François Vidocq was a French criminal turned criminalist, whose life story inspired several writers, including Victor Hugo, Edgar Allan Poe, and Honoré de Balzac. The former criminal became the founder and first director of the crime-detection Sûreté nationale as well as the head of the first known private detective agency. Vidocq is considered to be the father of modern criminology and of the French police department. He is also regarded as the first private detective.
Yves Lecoq is a French humorist known especially for his voice impersonations.
Kanak Asha Huq is an English television and radio presenter, screenwriter and children's author. She became the longest-serving female presenter of the popular UK children's television programme Blue Peter, having presented it from 1 December 1997 until 23 January 2008. She has been a presenter and guest of other shows including the 2010 series of The Xtra Factor on ITV2 and has also made cameo appearances and been a guest in other productions. She co-wrote the Black Mirror episode "Fifteen Million Merits" with her husband, Charlie Brooker. Her children's book Cookie and the Most Annoying Boy in the World was published in 2019.
Muhammad Sadiq Bey was an Egyptian army engineer and surveyor who served as treasurer of the Hajj pilgrim caravan. As a photographer and author, he documented the holy sites of Islam at Mecca and Medina, taking the first ever photographs in what is now Saudi Arabia.
Jaʿfar ibn Muḥammad aṣ-Ṣādiq, commonly known as Ja‘far al-Ṣādiq or simply as-Sadiq, was an 8th-century Greatest Muslim scientist, chemist, physician, philosopher, mathematician, astronomer, and scholar.
Rukn al-Din Abu'l-Muzaffar Berkyaruq ibn Malikshah, better known as Berkyaruq (برکیارق), was the fifth sultan of the Seljuk Empire from 1094 to 1105.
Quincy Matthew Hanley, better known by his stage name Schoolboy Q, is a German-born American rapper and songwriter based in South Central Los Angeles, California. In 2009, Hanley signed to Carson-based independent record label Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE) and in late 2011, secured a recording contract with major label Interscope Records. Hanley is also a member of the hip-hop supergroup Black Hippy, alongside label-mates and fellow California-based rappers Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, and Kendrick Lamar.
Jose Chatruc is an Argentine football midfielder. He is of Ukrainian descent.
Sami ul Haq
Sami ul Haq was a Pakistani religious scholar and senator. He was known as the Father of Taliban in Pakistan. He was a member of the Senate of Pakistan from 1985 to 1991 and again from 1991 to 1997. He was the son of Maulana Abdul-Haq and was involved in various religious activities like his father did. He himself has four sons: Hamid-ul-Haq, Rashid-ul-Haq, Usama Sami UL haq,Khuzaima Haq
Hammam ibn Ghalib, most commonly known as Al-Farazdaq (الفرزدق) or Abu Firas, was an Arab poet.
Samira Tewfik Hatoum, better known by her stage name Samira Tewfik is a Lebanese singer who gained fame in the Arab world for her specializing in singing in the Bedouin dialect of Jordan. She has also acted in a number of Arab films.
Zubaida Tariq Ilyas, also commonly known as Zubaida Aapa, was a Pakistani chef, herbalist, and cooking expert. She was the first celebrity cook of Pakistan, appearing on numerous TV shows, and was also known for her totkas.
Virginie Hocq is a Belgian actress and comedian.
Lee Ayumi, professionally known as Ayumi in South Korea and Yumi Itō in Japan, is a Japanese-born South Korean singer, actress and entertainer based in Japan and South Korea. She debuted under the stage name Ahyoomee in 2001, as the leader and lead vocal of South Korean girl group Sugar until the group's disbandment in 2006. Following the disbandment, Lee embarked on a solo career in South Korea under SM Entertainment, releasing two digital singles. In 2008, she returned to Japan and began an acting career under the Japanese stage name Yumi Itō. In 2009, she debuted as a singer in Japan, under Avex's Rhythm Zone, taking the stage name Iconiq and released a studio album, an EP, and seven digital singles.
Faisal I of Iraq
Faisal I bin Hussein bin Ali al-Hashemi was King of the Arab Kingdom of Syria or Greater Syria in 1920, and was King of Iraq from 23 August 1921 to 1933. He was the third son of Hussein bin Ali, the Grand Sharif of Mecca, who had proclaimed himself King of the Arab lands in October 1916.
Abdul Khaliq (Subedar Abdul Khaliq, Parinda e Asia) was a Pakistani sprinter from 8 Medium Regiment Artillery who won 36 international gold medals, 15 international silver medals, and 12 International bronze medals for Pakistan. He competed in the 100m, 200m and 4 x 100 metres relay. He participated in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics and the 1960 Rome Olympics. He also participated in the 1954 Asian Games and the 1958 Asian Games. He was born in the village of Jand Awan in Chakwal, Punjab, now in Pakistan, and died on 10 March 1988 in Rawalpindi.
Bernard Le Coq
Bernard Le Coq is a French actor. He has appeared in more than one hundred and fifty films since 1967. His first big role Bernard Le Coq has played as Annie Girardot's son and Claude Jade's brother in the family drama Hearth Fires by Serge Korber in 1972. He won a César Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in 2002 for his performance as Prof. Christian Licht in Beautiful Memories.
Syed Inzamam-ul-Haq, also known as Inzi, is a Pakistani cricket coach and former Pakistan cricketer.
Ross C. Goodman, Esq.
Ross Carl Goodman is an American attorney who is noted for handling high-profile cases. He is the son of Carolyn and Oscar Goodman, who have each served as mayor of his hometown, Las Vegas.
Raphael Saadiq is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer. He rose to fame as a member of the multiplatinum group Tony! Toni! Toné! In addition to his solo and group career, he has also produced songs for such artists as Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, Stevie Wonder, Joss Stone, D'Angelo, TLC, En Vogue, Kelis, Mary J. Blige, Ledisi, Whitney Houston, Solange Knowles and John Legend. Music critic Robert Christgau has called Saadiq the "preeminent R&B artist of the '90s".
Paul Bracq is an automotive designer noted for his work at Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Citroën,and Peugeot.
Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq was a Pakistani four-star general who became the sixth President of Pakistan after declaring martial law in 1977. He served as the head of state from 1978 until his death in 1988. He remains the country’s longest-serving head of state.