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Nizam al-Mulk

(ælˈmʊlk)
n
(Biography) title of Abu Ali Hasan Ibn Ali. ?1018–92, Persian statesman; vizier of Persia (1063–92) for the Seljuk sultans: assassinated
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The Grand Vizir, Khajah Nizam Al Mulk, was without doubt the strong man who crushed these evil-doers.
"Everything I describe took place during the Eleventh Century AD in Persia, precisely when the Seljuk Dynasty was in power, governed by famous Grand Vizier Khaja Nizam Al Mulk."
"In fact, such propaganda was initiated by the Grand Vizier Khaja Nizam Al Mulk, bearing in mind that at that time an absolute majority of Persians belonged to the Sunni sect.