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Mahmud Of Ghazni

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Romas Left India When Ghazni Invaded Kannauj, Claims Professor
Albanian-born Courthiade has been an 'activist-scholar' who has been pushing for acceptance of his hypothesis, which has been based on Kitab-i-Yamini.
How I Learned to Accept My Queerness as a Muslim Woman
The piece talked about queerness particularly amidst Muslim rulers, such as Abu Nuwas, a ruler of what is now modern day Iran; Al-Amin, the sixth Abbasid Caliph; Mahmud of Ghazni, the ruler of the Ghaznavid Empire; and even the famous Mehmed the ...
Osama Bin Laden's Files: Al Qaeda relocated operatives out of northern Pakistan
The letter is addressed to “Shaykh Mahmud,” a known alias used by Atiyah Abd al Rahman, who served as al Qaeda's general manager until he was killed in a US drone strike in August 2011. The missive is among the 113 ... In an Oct.
Endangered Heritage
History in Pakistan, it seems, starts from the time the Afghan invader Mahmud of Ghazni pillaged the areas that are Pakistan and beyond.

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