ʿAbd al-Jalīl

governor of Mosul

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Jalīlī family

  • In Jalīlī Family

    …founder of the Jalīlī line, ʿAbd al-Jalīl, was a Christian slave, his son Ismāʿīl distinguished himself as a Muslim public official and became wālī (governor) of Mosul in 1726. Ḥajj Ḥusayn Pasha, who succeeded his father in 1730, became the central figure of the dynasty by successfully repulsing a siege…

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