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  • Muhammad Akbar, popularly known as Akbar I (IPA: [əkbər], literally "the great"; 15 October 1542– 27 October 1605), and later Akbar the Great (Urdu: Akbar-e-Azam;
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  • Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani (born August 25 ,1934) is an Iranian politician and writer, who was the fourth president of Iran. He was a member of the Assembly
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  • Ayatollah Ali Meshkini (1922 – 30 July 2007) was an Iranian cleric and politician and the chairman of the Assembly of Experts. You should make the world
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  • (Persian شيطان بزرگ Shaytan-e Bozorg, Arabic الشيطان الأكبر Al-Shaytan Al-Akbar) is a common epithet for the United States of America in Iranian foreign
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  • from Ahmad Shah's letter to Madho Singh Raja of Jaipur, cited from M. J. Akbar The Shade of Swords: Jihad and the Conflict Between Islam and Christianity
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  • in Kashmir no more than eleven families of Brahmans. ...By the time of Akbar’s annexation of Kashmir (C.E. 1586) the valley had turned mainly Mohammadan
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  • Howard H. Ailes, Roger Ainger, Alfred Airy, George Biddell Aitken, Jonathan Akbar Akef, Mahdi Akenside, Mark Akerlof, George Akhavan-Sales, Mehdi Akhmatova
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  • story of Islamic imperialism in India. New Delhi: Voice of India. Humayun Akbar Jahangir Shah Jahan Aurangzeb Bahadur Shah Muhammad Shah Shah Alam II Bahadur
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  • University, Aligarh Muslim University and North Eastern Hill University. Akbar was the first emperor to abolish Jizyah with one stroke of pen, along with
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  • like Husain. Reliving Karbala: martyrdom in South Asian memory, By Syed Akbar Hyder, Oxford University Press, p. 170 In a distant age and climate, the
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  • he never faced any resistance-he called in the name of one God ‘Allah-ho-Akbar’. On the other hand, when we (Hindus) call will call, ‘come on, Hindus’
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  • airplane cannot go any faster! [ordered by Saeed to crash the plane] Allahu Akbar! Cut off the oxygen! [the passengers battle him over the controls] Hey!
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  • 11 No. 3 (July 1987); also in Nehru The Making of India (1989) by M. J. Akbar, and "Books of The Times; Biography of Nehru From a New Point of View" in
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  • honour as one of the Ratna’s (Jewel) as a poet in the Imperial court of Akbar by his friend Abdurrahim Khan-i-Khana. Quoted in "A Garden of Deeds: Ramacharitmanas
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  • Jinnah, Pakistan and Islamic Identity : The Search for Saladin (1997) by Akbar S. Ahmed, p. 67 Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel. Samuel Johnson
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  • abruptly to a height of 1000 feet, and the Hariparbat ridge, with the fort of Akbar surmounting it, form an appropriate frame to the scenery, and beyond these
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  • Heritage Walk, in Lucknow Heritage Walk, UP Tourism. In 1590, when Emperor Akbar divided the whole of India into twelve Provinces, Lucknow was selected as
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  • get out off my face, Earl? And my name is Abdullah Mohamed Akbar. Alright? Earl: Mohamed Akbar? Ha Ha Ha Ha. Duane: [to camera] If you are watching this
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  • same God for the Hindu as for the Muslim.” A rejuvenated India found an Akbar to put an end to political chaos and social disharmony and a Shah Jahan
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  • before whose presence idols tumble to the sod? While he cries out—"Allah Akbar! and there is no god but God!" William Ross Wallace, El Amin, The Faithful
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