Sulaiman Shah

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Shahab al Din Sulaiman shah, (Arabic: شهاب الدین سلیمان شاه‎, Kurdish: Şehabeddin Suleyman Şah, d. February 1258 AD), was a governor of Kurdistan and an Abbasid officer who was promoted to commander in chief of the Caliphate army following the Battle of Anbar. He convinced the Caliph not to surrender to the Mongols. The caliph commissioned him to defend the city. However, the city fell to the Mongols and in February 1258 Hulagu executed Sulaiman Shah along with 700 of his followers.