Mousavi

Mousavi

Mousavi (persisch: موسوی; andere Schreibweisen: Moosawi, Moussaoui, Musavi, Mussawi) ist der Familienname von:

  • Abbas al-Musawi (ca. 1952–1992), Generalsekretär der Hisbollah
  • Abdolkarim Mousavi Ardebili (* 1926), iranischer Großajatollah
  • Ali Mousavi (* 1976), iranischer Fußballspieler
  • Farshid Moussawi (* 1965), iranisch-britischer Architekt
  • Granaz Mousavi, iranischer Dichter des 20. Jahrhundert
  • Mir Hossein Mussawi (* 1941), iranischer Politiker
  • Mohammed Mousavi (* 1946), iranischer Nay-Musiker
  • Mohammed Moussaoui (* 1964), marokkanischer Vizepräsident der Rassemblement des musulmans de France, Präsident des Conseil français du culte musulman
  • Ruhollah Musavi Chomeini (1902–1989), iranisches Staatsoberhaupt
  • Samir El Moussaoui (* 1986), niederländischer Fußballspieler
  • Zacarias Moussaoui (* 1968), französischer Terrorist
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