Asadullāh () , also written Asadollah, Assadullah or Asad Ullah, is a male Muslim given name meaning ''Lion of God''.

The name was initially used to refer to the Islamic Prophet Muhammad's kinsmen 'Ali and Hamzah. It may additionally refer to:

*Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan or Mirza Ghalib (1797–1869), Urdu and Persian poet from the Indian subcontinent *Abu Abdulrahman al-Bilawi, called Asadullah by Islamic State members *Mírzá Asadu’llah Fádil Mázandarání (ca. 1880–1957), Iranian Bahá'í scholar *Assadollah Hosseinpoor (1882/1883–1954), Iranian military officer *Khalifa Mohammad Asadullah (1890–1949), pioneer of the library movement in the Indian subcontinent *Asadollah Alam (1919–1978), Prime Minister of Iran *Assadollah Rashidian (active 1953), Iranian agent for foreign powers *Asadollah Lajevardi (1935–1998), Iranian politician and prison warden *Assadullah Sarwari (born 1941), Afghan politician *Asadollah Bayat-Zanjani (born 1942), Iranian theologian *Muhammad Asadullah Al-Ghalib (born 1948), Bangladeshi professor of Arabic, accused of support for Islamic militancy *Asadullah Khan (born 1984), Afghan cricketer *Asadullah Jan, Pakistani held in Guantanamo (ISN 47) *Asad Ullah, Afghan held in Guantanamo (ISN 912) *Asadullah Bhutto, Pakistani politician *Asadullah Khalid, Afghan provincial governor *Asadullah Hamdam, Afghan provincial governor *Assadullah Wafa, Afghan provincial governor *Asadullah (Afghan cricketer), Afghan cricketer *Asadullah (Pakistani cricketer), Pakistani cricketer *Asadollah Mikaeili, known as Darius Mikaeili, Iranian footballer Provided by Wikipedia

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