Naeem siddiqui (1916-25 September 2002) was a Pakistani Islamic scholar, writer and politician.
He was home-schooled and then from Government High School, Khanpur. He completed Molvi Faazil at Uloom-e-Islamia (institution for Islamic religious sciences) and then got the degrees of “Munshi” (Graduation) and of Munshi Faazil (that was equivalent to master’s degree at that time) in Arabic and Persian literature from the University of Punjab, Lahore in 1938.
He was credited as a poet of a unique style and wrote verses on religious, political and social issues. Through his short stories, poetry and articles in magazines such as the Charagh-i-Rah, he helped in creating a wide audience for Islamic literature and poetry in Pakistan and the Muslim world.
He was also editor of the monthly magazine Tarjuman-ul-Quran for a long time
Siddiqui is well-known for his biographical work on Islamic prophet Muhammad, Muhsin-e-Insaniyat, or The Benefactor of Humanity
Along with his published books, almost all his more than 700 research articles on the matter of socio-politico-economic system of Islam are published in various journals.
His Namaz-e-Janaza was offered at the Mansoora Ground and was led by Mian Tufail Muhammad, former Amir of the Jamaat.