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- Baraq (Chagatai Khan)
Baraq was a khan of the Chagatai Khanate. He was the son of Yesünto'a, and a grandson of Chagatai Khan. A convert to Islam, he took the name Ghiyas-ud-din.-Background:...
, khan of the Chagatai Khanate
- Baraq (Khan of Golden Horde)
Baraq was Khan of the Golden Horde from 1422 to 1427. His father was Koirichak, grandson of Urus Khan who was also descendant of Genghis Khan. He took support from Ulugh Beg, the Timurid khan, and in 1422 he dethroned Kepek, Olugh Mokhammad as well as Dawlat Berdi, khans of the Golden Horde. And...
Barak , Al-Burāq the son of Abinoam from Kedesh in Naphtali, was a military general in the Book of Judges in the Bible. He was the commander of the army of Deborah, the prophetess and heroine of the Hebrew Bible...
, biblical general who commanded the army of Deborah and delivered the Israelites from the yoke of Jabin
- Barak (disambiguation)
Barak or Barack, may refer to:* Barak, Hebrew for "lightning".* Barak, a military general in the Book of Judges in the Bible.* Barak SAM, an Israeli naval point-defense missile system....
- Barrack (disambiguation)
Al-Burāq is a mythological steed, described as a creature from the heavens which transported the prophets. The most commonly told story is how in the 7th century, Al-Buraq carried the Islamic prophet Muhammad from Mecca to Jerusalem and back during the Isra and Mi'raj or "Night Journey", which is...
, a creature of Islamic legend
- Buraq Hajib
Buraq Hajib established a small portion of the Sinitic Central Asian Qara Khitay state, also known as the Khitan Khanate, in the southern Persian province of Kirman during the early 13th century....
, founder of a Khitan dynasty in Kerman, Persia