On October 14, 1092, a murderer disguised as an old Sufi stabbed to death the vizier of Baghdad, Nizam-ul-Muluk.
Not surprisingly, this shook the ruling Seljuq Sultanate in Baghdad. And the bloody history of conflict in the politics of Islam continued. The Abbasid Caliphate supported by the Seljuq dynasty from Turkey wanted to wipe out the Ismaili, and Nizam-ul-Muluk, the mastermind of this plan, had to be killed.
Around midday, the great vizier was in his litter heading towards his leisure quarters when a Sufi approached shouting, “Justice,...