Geydar Dzhemal

1947 - 2016

Geydar Dzhemal

Geydar Dzhahidovich Dzhemal (Russian: Гейда́р Джахи́дович Джема́ль, Azerbaijani: Heydər Cahid oğlu Camal, sometimes transliterated as Heydar Jamal; 6 November 1947 – 5 December 2016) was a Russian Islamic activist, philosopher, poet, and political and social activist. Dzhemal was the founder and chairman of the Islamic Committee of Russia, which is based on militant Salafism. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Geydar Dzhemal has received more than 48,723 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 979th most popular philosopher.

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  • 15

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  • 3.17

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Among PHILOSOPHERS, Geydar Dzhemal ranks 979 out of 1,005Before him are Volker Zotz, Rambhadracharya, Homi K. Bhabha, John Gray, J. L. Mackie, and Pierre Nicole. After him are C. I. Lewis, Gary L. Francione, Susan Haack, Bernard Bosanquet, Yuval Steinitz, and Nick Bostrom.

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Among people born in 1947, Geydar Dzhemal ranks 455Before him are Valdir Espinosa, Chris Thomas, Sony Lab'ou Tansi, Nurlan Balgimbayev, Tamotsu Suzuki, and Maurice Martens. After him are Randy Edelman, John Bruton, Nicanor de Carvalho, James Rumbaugh, Stephen R. Donaldson, and Fabián Alarcón. Among people deceased in 2016, Geydar Dzhemal ranks 345Before him are Kimbo Slice, Vince Boryla, Bertil Roos, Ken Howard, Piers Sellers, and Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. After him are Phyllis Schlafly, Mose Allison, William Christopher, Donald E. Williams, James Joseph Dresnok, and Larry Drake.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Geydar Dzhemal ranks 1,443 out of 2,050Before him are Lyudmila Kondratyeva (1958), Pavel Tonkov (1969), Yelena Vyalbe (1968), Suleyman Kerimov (1966), Polina Gagarina (1987), and Evgeni Berzin (1970). After him are Konstantin Khabensky (1972), Artur Yusupov (1960), Zemfira (1976), Margarita Levieva (1980), Vitaly Petrov (1984), and Anastasia Myskina (1981).