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  Mustafa I - FREE Mustafa I Biography | Encyclopedia.com: Facts, Pictures, Information!
Mustafa I, 1591-1639?, Ottoman sultan (1617-18, 1622-23), brother and successor of Ahmed I to the throne of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey).
Mustafa, who was probably insane, returned to the throne only to be displaced by another nephew, Murad IV.
Mustafa, 49, was hired in 2001 as a teacher's...
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  The Ottoman Empire in the Seventeenth Century
Mustafa once again proved his incompetence and after fifteen months (1622-23) was deposed in favor of the twelve-year-old Murad IV - one of Ahmed's younger sons.
Mustafa II was energetic and committed to retrieving the Turks' military fortunes.
Mustafa retreated to the pleasures of Adrianople and was deposed in 1703 by rebellious janissaries.
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Sultan Mustafa was born in 1592 in Manisa.
After 14 years of cage life, Mustafa came to throne, but, as a result of his abnormal behaviours the military council and the statesmen dethroned him.
Mustafa I had died 16 years after his dethronment because of a nervous attack he had on 20th January 1639.
www.theottomans.org /english/family/mustafa1.asp   (243 words)

 Latest Interview with Mustafa Qureshi, Celebrity Online
Mustafa Qureshi feels that like his Indian counterparts, collective efforts by those associated with the film industry are needed for genuine causes.
Mustafa Qureshi maintains that those who want to construct business centers in place of cinema houses must be bound down by the government to allocate some space for a cinema hall so that cinema culture could be kept alive.
Mustafa Qureshi claims that production of good films can be a major source of income for the government if incentives are to be offered to investors so they can help make better movies.
www.mag4you.com /spotlight/Mustafa+Qureshi/4142.htm   (1730 words)

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