List of famous people who died in 1996

List of celebrities who died in 1996
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  1. A. C. Anderson

    A. C. Anderson

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    Canadian pharmacist and politician

  2. A. Clifford Jones

    A. Clifford Jones

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    A. Clifford Jones (February 13, 1921 - October 9, 1996) was an American politician who served in the Missouri Senate and the Missouri House of Representatives. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II from 1942 until 1946, in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. Jones was appointed city clerk of Ladue, Missouri, from 1948 until 1950. He elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 1950, serving until 1958 when he was the Republican nominee for St. Louis County supervisor. He served as Missouri Senate Republican floor leader from 1971 to 1976.


  3. A. F. Lafir

    A. F. Lafir

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    Colonel A.F. Lafir, PWV, RWP, RSP, SF (last name also spelled Laffeer; died July 19, 1996 ) was a Sri Lankan army officer who was the Commanding Officer of the 1st Special Forces Regiment. Colonel Lafir played a major role in the formation and development of the Sri Lanka Army Special Forces Regiment from the original Combat Tracker Team. He was awarded the Parama Weera Vibhushanaya, the highest award for valour of the Sri Lanka Army.


  4. A. Ronald Walton

    A. Ronald Walton

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    American linguist

  5. A. S. "Doc" Young

    A. S. "Doc" Young

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    Journalist, writer

  6. Abbot Low Moffat

    Abbot Low Moffat

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    Abbot Low Moffat (May 12, 1901 – April 17, 1996) was an American politician from New York.


  7. Abd al-Hamid Kishk

    Abd al-Hamid Kishk

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    Abdal-Hamid Kishk (March 10, 1933 – December 6, 1996) was an Egyptian preacher, scholar of Islam, activist, and author. He was a graduate of the prestigious Al-Azhar University in Cairo and was known for his humour, popular sermons, and for his outspoken stance against music, restrictions on polygamy, and injustice and oppression in the Muslim world. (Sheikh Kishk is not to be confused with author and journalist Muhammad Jalal Al-Kishk (also Muhammad Galal Al-Kushk) who gained some notoriety for his ideas concerning the nature of erections and sex between males in heaven. )


  8. Abdel Moneim Amin

    Abdel Moneim Amin

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    Egyptian military soldier and politician

  9. Abdelhamid ben Hadouga

    Abdelhamid ben Hadouga

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    Algerian writer

  10. Abdoldjavad Falaturi

    Abdoldjavad Falaturi

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    German philosopher

  11. Abduction of Jakub Fiszman

    Abduction of Jakub Fiszman

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    The abduction and murder of Jakub Fiszman (1956 – October 1996) was a crime that took place in Eschborn, Germany, in 1996. The investigation and trial of the perpetrators, house painter Rainer Körppen and his son Sven Körppen, produced substantial public and media attention, including TV documentaries. In the 2000s, it also spawned a series of lawsuits related to the privacy of the perpetrators.


  12. Abdul Kardar

    Abdul Kardar

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    Indian cricketer

  13. Abdul-Razzak Al-Adwani

    Abdul-Razzak Al-Adwani

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    Kuwaiti politician

  14. Abdullah al-Qasemi

    Abdullah al-Qasemi

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    Abdullah al-Qasemi (Arabic: ?) (born in Buraydah in Saudi Arabia in 1907) was twentieth-century Arab writer and intellectual. He is famous for his conversion from fundamentalist Salafi Islam to atheism, and for his sceptical and secular writings. After surviving assassination attempts in Egypt and Lebanon, he died of cancer in Ain-Shams Hospital in Cairo , Egypt in 1 September 1996.


  15. Abdullah al-Qasemi

    Abdullah al-Qasemi

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    Abdullah al-Qasemi ( 1907, January 9, 1996) (Arabic: عبدالله القصيمي‎) was a 20th-century writer and intellectual. He is one of the most controversial intellectuals in the Arab world because of his radical change from defending Salafism to defending atheism, and for his sceptical and secular writings. He denied the existence of God and criticized Islam, and his books were banned all over the Arab world.


  16. Abdullah Çatlı

    Abdullah Çatlı

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    Turkish drug trafficker

  17. Abdulrahman Mohamed Babu

    Abdulrahman Mohamed Babu

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    Zanzibari revolutionary nationalist.

  18. Abdur Rouf Choudhury

    Abdur Rouf Choudhury

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    Bangladeshi novelist

  19. Abdus Salam

    Abdus Salam

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    Pakistani physicist

  20. Abe Kovnats

    Abe Kovnats

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    Canadian politician

  21. Abílio Duarte

    Abílio Duarte

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    Abílio Augusto Monteiro Duarte (16 February 1931 – 20 August 1996) was a Cape Verdean nationalist and early political leader in the independence era.


  22. Abram Games

    Abram Games

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    British, Designer

  23. Abu Ubaidah al-Banshiri

    Abu Ubaidah al-Banshiri

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    Abu Ubaidah al-Banshiri (Arabic: أبو عبيدة البنشير‎; May 1950 – May 23, 1996) was the nom de guerre of Ali Amin al-Rashidi (علي أمين الرشيدي), one of the "most capable and popular leaders" of al-Qaeda.


  24. Acharya Kuber Nath Rai

    Acharya Kuber Nath Rai

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    Indian writer

  25. Adalberto López

    Adalberto López

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    Footballer

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