Muhammad Al-Tunji (Arabic: محمد ألتونجي/Muḥammad Alūnjī; – 1933) a Syrian linguist, and author. He received his PhD in Persian language from University of Tehran in 1966 and received his bachelor's degree in Arabic literature from University of Damascus in 1955 also received high Honorary degree of PhD in Arabic literature from Saint Joseph University. He received Indian Prize from UNESCO in 1970 also received prize from president University of Aleppo in 1986 and received prize from president of University of Benghazi in 1989.
He was a Professor and Assistant Professor in some universities like:Damascus University (1966-1970), University of Benghazi (1971-1975), University of Aleppo (1975-1976). He was teaching Arabic language in the China for Three months in 1979. He was Visiting scholar in some universities like: University of Budapest (1982), University of Exeter (1984).