Mahfuz

Mahfuz (or Mohammed) (Somali: Mahfuuz, Arabic: محفوظ‎) (died July 1517) was Emir of Harar, and later Governor of Zeila

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Muhammad Mahfuz
... Lance Naik Muhammad Mahfuz Shaheed was born in Pind Malikan (now Mahfuzabad) in Rawalpindi District on October 25, 1944 ... Muhammad Mahfuz joined Pakistan Army on October 25, 1962 as an infantry soldier ...
Puli Thevar's Struggle-quoted From Caldwell's History of Tirunelveli - Second Capture of Tirunelveli, 1756
... In early 1757, Thevar along with Mahfuz Khan and supported by many Polygars marched towards Tirunelveli for the third time at the head of an army of 10,000 men ... Soon the troops that held Tirunelveli marched to Madura and Mahfuz Khan marched into the abandoned town ... Mahfuz was so intoxicated by this success-in reality only luck-that he on his own, ordered his men to assault the nearby fort of Palamkotta his men ...
Muhammad Mahfuz - Incident Leading To Martyrdom (Shahadat)
... At the time of India-Pakistan War of 1971, Lance Naik Muhammad Mahfuz was serving in Company “A” of 15 Punjab Regiment deployed on the Wagah-Attari Sector ... Lance Naik Muhammad Mahfuz was assigned to Platoon No ... Mahfuz, whose machine-gun was destroyed by an enemy shell, charged towards the Indian defences ...
Mahfuz - Legacy
... Mahfuz' daughter, Bati del Wambara, married Imam Ahmad ibn Ibrihim al-Ghazi, who 10 years after Mahfuz' death invaded Ethiopia, and wreaked extensive destruction upon the ...
Mahfuz Anam
... Mahfuz Anam (Bengali মাহফুজ আনাম) (born 18 June 1950) is an editor and publisher of Daily Star, one of Bangladesh's mainstream ... Son of Abul Mansur Ahmed, a renowned satirist and politician of Bengal, Mahfuz Anam was born on 18 June 1950.He completed his M.A ... Mahfuz Anam was elected chairman of Asia News Network (ANN) for 2007 at a meeting of the board members of the organisation held in Seoul ...