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Shāh Shujā' (Persian: شاه شجاع, meaning: brave king) may refer to the following:
- Shah Shuja (Muzaffarid), the 14th-century Muzaffarid ruler of Southern Iran
- Shah Shuja (Mughal), the second son of Shah Jahan
- Shuja Shah Durrani, emir of Afghanistan in 1803–1809 and 1839-1842
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