10 Famous Muslims Who Won a Nobel Prize

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Ahmed Zewail Fromn Egypt (Studies in Femtochemistry, also known as the Father of Femtochemistry.)

Orhan Pamuk From Turkey (For Literature)

Tawakkol Karman from Yemen (Leading a group “Women Journalists Without Chains,” in Journalism)

Malala Yousafzai from Pakistan (Social Activism and Awareness all around the world)

Muhammad Yunus from Bangladesh (Entrepreneurial endeavors)

Mohamed El Baradei from Egypt (Diplomacy, he decided not to give nuclear power for military use but for the peace of the world.)

Shirin Ebadi from Iran (Human rights)

Yasser Arafat from Palestine (Efforts to create peace in the Middle East)

Anwar Al Sadat from Egypt (Peace)

Aziz Sancar from Turkey (Contribution to the Chemistry)

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Algeria


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Ahmed Zewail Fromn Egypt (Studies in Femtochemistry, also known as the Father of Femtochemistry.)

Orhan Pamuk From Turkey (For Literature)

Tawakkol Karman from Yemen (Leading a group “Women Journalists Without Chains,” in Journalism)

Malala Yousafzai from Pakistan (Social Activism and Awareness all around the world)

Muhammad Yunus from Bangladesh (Entrepreneurial endeavors)

Mohamed El Baradei from Egypt (Diplomacy, he decided not to give nuclear power for military use but for the peace of the world.)

Shirin Ebadi from Iran (Human rights)

Yasser Arafat from Palestine (Efforts to create peace in the Middle East)

Anwar Al Sadat from Egypt (Peace)

Aziz Sancar from Turkey (Contribution to the Chemistry)