Aq Sunqur al-Hajib
Qasim ad-Dawla Abu Said Aq Sunqur al-Hajib (also Aksunkur el-Hacib or Aksungur al-Hajib) was the Seljuk governor of Aleppo under Sultan Malik Shah I. He probably enjoyed some independence from his lord and was from 1087 the de facto ruler of most of Syria. In 1094 Tutush I, the ruler of Damascus, accused Aq Sunqur of treason and had him beheaded.
- Maalouf, Amin (1985). The Crusades Through Arab Eyes.
Al Sharif Bin Al Habiby
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