Rabbani


Rabbani

=People=

* Affan Rabbani Qazi, Prince of Rabbani Road OLD Anarkali Lahore
* Abdul Al-Rahim Ghulam Rabbani, Pakistani prisoner, brother of Mohammed Ahmad Ghulam Rabbani
* Burhanuddin Rabbani, leader of the Northern Alliance, former President of Afghanistan
* Faraz Rabbani, Canadian Muslim scholar
* Golam Rabbani, Bangladeshi cricketer
* Hina Rabbani Khar, Pakistani politician
* Mohammad Rabbani, Taliban Prime Minister of Afghanistan
* Raza Rabbani, Pakistani senator, leader of the opposition
* Mohammed Ahmad Ghulam Rabbani, Pakistani prisoner, brother of Abdul Al-Rahim Ghulam Rabbani
* Wahid Baksh Sial Rabbani, Sufi saint

Groups

* Rabbani, Malaysian naysid group
* Jama'at-e Rabbani, Iranian branch of the Assemblies of God


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