Mohammed Faiz Khan is an Indian activist for the protection and humane treatment of cows, including abstention from eating beef. He is notable for being a Muslim who supports protection of cows (whereas many Muslims consume beef), an ongoing issue in Indian society.
- "Mangaluru: Cow's Milk is Health, Ghee Medicine and Meat Disease – Mohammed Faiz Khan". 28 November 2015.
- DelhiJuly 9, Harish V. Nair New; July 9, Harish V. Nair New; Ist, Harish V. Nair New. "Lynchings an attempt to malign real cow protectors". India Today.
- "His name is Khan, he wants a ban on cow slaughter across India". Hindustan Times. 26 March 2015.
- Mar 25, Binay Singh. "Muslim activist recites Gau Katha in Kashi, supports cow protection | Varanasi News - Times of India". The Times of India.
- Srivastava, Nitin (10 May 2017). "Why did an Indian Muslim become a cow protector?". BBC News.
- Dutt, Barkha (25 July 2018). "Opinion | Will Modi stop India's cow terrorists from killing Muslims?". Washington Post. Retrieved 12 May 2020.
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