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- academic on issues related to Islam, France and the Middle East. François-Cerrah completed her DPhil at the University of Oxford in 2017. Her doctoral work...
- Cerrah is a town in İnegöl district of Bursa Province, Turkey. Situated at 40°01′N 29°27′E / 40.017°N 29.450°E / 40.017; 29.450 it is 5 kilometres (3...
- Cerrah Mehmed Pasha (died January 1604, Istanbul) was an Ottoman statesman. He was grand vizier of the Ottoman Empire from 1598 to 1599. Mehmed Pasha was...
- Ahmed I. Of Bosnian origin, Handan Sultan was a servant in the household of Cerrah Mehmed Pasha, the Beylerbey of the Rumelia Eyalet. He was the husband of...
- Mic****e Fields on politics Rob Fishman on social media Myriam François-Cerrah on France and the Middle East Dan Froomkin on politics Yvonne K. Fulbright...
- Nurbanu, married firstly in 1562 to Piyale Pasha, married secondly in 1579 to Cerrah Mehmed Pasha; Şah Sultan (1544, Manisa Palace, Manisa – 3 November 1577...
- Jarrah (also transliterated as Cerrah (Turkish), Djarrah, Djerrah, or Jarah, Arabic: جراح‎, Jarrāḥ, [dʒarˈaːħ]) is an Arabic name, or an Australian name...
- Newsnight alongside David Aaronovitch of The Times and Myriam François-Cerrah of the New Statesman. Malik's columns and dispatches for Foreign Policy...
- 2003, pp. 3–9 harvnb error: no target: CITEREFSonbol2003 (help) Francois-Cerrah, Myriam (17 September 2012). "The truth about Muhammad and Aisha". The Guardian...
- widowed at Piyale Pasha's death in 1578. In 1579, Gevherhan Sultan married Cerrah Mehmed Pasha. When he was promoted from the generalship of the janissaries...
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