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Noble Quran’s co-translator Dr. Muhsin Khan Has Passed Away

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Dr Muhammad Muhsin Khan who co-translated the world-famous ‘The Noble Quran’ has reportedly passed away at the age of 94. Muhammad Muhsin Khan was said to have died on Wednesday, June 14 2021 in the Medina city of Saudi Arabia.

Dr Muhammad Muhsin Khan cause of death is not yet known at the time of filing this report.

Born in 1927 in Pakistan’s Qasur city of the Punjab Province was popularly known for his English translations of Sahih al-Bukhari and the Qur’an, titled The Noble Qur’an, which he completed along with Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din al-Hilali.

He bagged a degree in Medicine from the University of Lahore, Pakistan and also, he worked in the same university hospital. In a quest to further expand his medical knowledge Muhammad Mushint moved to the United Kingdom where he received a diploma in Chest Disease from the University of Wales.

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