Islamic scholar Nauman Khan’s elder sister Saima Khan passed away,funeral prayer will be scheduled on Wed March 14th
By:Raja Zahid A Khanazada
Dallas: Deputy Chief Executive of prominent US Islamic Center of learning Bayyana, and sister of famous Islamic scholar Nauman Khan’s elder sister Saima Khan passed away after fighting with brain cancer. Her funeral prayer will be performed at Islamic Center of Irving on Wednesday 13th of March. She will be buried in Arlington Muslim cemetery. Her father Kausar Ali Khan while talking to Geo News correspondent said that she was fighting brain cancer for last few months. She was under medical care at M D Anderson Cancer Hospital in Houston for last few months. Her cancer had spread into other parts of her body and despite doctors’ efforts she lost her fight with death yesterday. The news of her passing away spread throughout the world. Many people sent their condolences to the bereaved family.
Late Saima Khan has left behind her husband Syed Fawwad Ali, two daughters including twelve years old Zohra Ali and four years old Hiba Ali.
Saima Khan had joined Bayyana with her brother Nauman Ali Khan in 2015 and kept working for this institute till her last breath. After finishing her education in business Administration, she had worked for few companies but since 2015 she had dedicated her life for the mission of Bayyana institute and for promotion of Islamic teachings with her brother. Islamic Strategic Study Center had listed Nauman Ali Khan in top 500 influential personalities of Islamic World. He has millions of followers throughout the world.
Late Saima Khan’s funeral prayer will be performed at Irving mosque at 2PM on Wednesday and will be buried in Arlington at around 3PM. People can call her father Kausar Ali Khan at 516 236 0093 or her widow Fawwad Ali Khan at 908 347 9583.
Large number of community leaders sent condolence messages including Muslim Democratic Caucus leaders Syed Fayyaz Hassan, Amir Makhani, Raja Zahid Khanzada, Dr. Qaiser Abbas, Dallas Peace Center President Aftab Siddiqui, and others. Late Saima Khan was an activist and a dedicated worker in promotion of Islamic education in US