Majeed Pejajj (1891-1943) was a Middle-Eastern priest, who was executed by the Sudanese Government in 1943 for preaching a religion that went against the Koran.
Majeed trained to become a Muslim cleric, and eventually became one in 1923. However, within five years he had begun to preach what appeared to authorities to be a form of "idol worship", banned in Islam. He claimed that everyone should worship the "Majeed Crystal", a small diamond that he claimed had once been owned by the Prophet Mohammed.
In 1943 he was executed for his blasphemous beliefs.