Ismail Samani

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Ismail Samani

 

Emir (874–907) of the Samanid dynasty, founder of a feudal state in Middle Asia.

In 874, Ismail Samani became the vicegerent of Bukhara. He became the personal ruler of Ma Wara an-Nahr in 888. In 900, routing the Iranian forces, he annexed provinces taken from eastern Iran. Ismail Samani consolidated central authority by suppressing the resistance of the recalcitrant feudal lords. Ismail Samani’s mausoleum in Bukhara is an outstanding architectural monument.

REFERENCE

Zakhoder, B.N. Istoriia vostochnogo srednevekov’ia. Moscow, 1944.
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We encourage investors and business owners of any sector and size to take advantage of these future networking opportunities in Duqm," said Ismail bin Ahmad Al Balushi, Deputy CEO at SEZAD.
Ismail bin Ahmad al-Balushi, Deputy CEO at SEZAD said that SEZAD is working to increase the investments of the private sector at the Special Economic Zone at Duqm (SEZD) by providing many privileges, facilities and incentives, which are regulated by the Royal Decree No.
Muscat: Duqm Special Economic Zone Authority (Sezad) has been working to increase the investment of the private sector at the Special Economic Zone at Duqm (SEZD) by providing many privileges, facilities and incentives, said Ismail bin Ahmad Al Balushi, deputy chief executive officer at Sezad.
On his part, Ismail bin Ahmad al-Balushi welcomed the owners of SMEs to invest in the Special Economic Zone of Duqm according to the Usufruct Contracts System followed by SEZAD, which was designed in a way that takes into account the feasibility of the projects and that can last up to (50) years renewable for similar periods.