Ala

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Ala or ALA may refer to:

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Mythology and religion[edit]

  • Ala (demon), a female demon in Serbian mythology
  • Ala (Odinani), an Alusi (deity) in the Odinani beliefs of the Igbo people of Nigeria

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People[edit]

  • Ala al-Din Atsiz (died 1214), Sultan of the Ghurid dynasty from 1213 to 1214
  • Ala al-Din Ali, last Sultan of the Ghurid dynasty, from 1214 to 1215
  • Kayqubad I or Alā ad-Dīn Kayqubād bin Kaykāvūs (1188-1237), Seljuq Sultan of Rûm
  • Ala al-Din Abu al-Hassan Ali ibn Abi-Hazm al-Qurashi al-Dimashq, or Ibn al-Nafis, (1213-1288), Arab Muslim polymath
  • Ata-Malik Juvayni (in full: Ala al-Din Ata-ullah) (1226–1283), Persian historian
  • Alā ud-Dīn Atsiz, Khwarazm Shah from 1127 until his death in 1156
  • Ala ad-Din Tekish, (died 1200), Khwarazm Shah from 1172
  • Ala ad-Din Muhammad II of Khwarezm (died 1221), Khwarazm Shah from 1200
  • Ala ud din Masud, Sultan of Delhi from 1242 to 1246
  • Ala ud-Daula Simnani (1261-1336), Persian Sūfī, writer and teacher
  • Ala Al-Kuwaikabi (born 1980), Saudi Arabian former footballer
  • Ala Al-Sasi (born 1987), Yemeni footballer
  • Ala Bashir (born 1939), Iraqi painter, sculptor and plastic surgeon
  • Ala Boratyn (born 1992), Polish singer also known as simply Ala
  • Ala Mândâcanu (born 1954), Moldovan politician and journalist
  • Weld El 15, Tunisian rapper born Ala Yaacoubi
  • Efkan Ala (born 1965), Turkish civil servant and government minister
  • Hossein Ala' (1882–1964), former prime minister of Iran

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