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Han Mahmud (Khan Mahmud) was a 19th-century Kurdish Lord.
In 1847, he fought in a Kurdish revolt against the Ottomans, which was organized with Bedirhan Beg, the Lord of Cizır-Botan. The revolt was quashed, Bedirhan Beg was exiled to Crete, and Han Mahmud was exiled to Rousse (now a Bulgarian city). Han Mahmud died in Rousse in 1866.
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