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20:13, 16 January 2017 Monday
History

09:42, 29 September 2016 Thursday
The Great Explorers of Islam

The golden period of Muslim geography, travels and explorations involved a vast amount of travel with geographical literature being produced in the world of Islam paving the way for later explorations and discoveries by the Christian West

08:58, 10 January 2016 Sunday
Prisoners of Pleven lies in the Turkish Martyrdom in Latvia

Prisoners of Pleven lies in the Turkish Martyrdom in Latvia Despite anti-Ottoman Russian propaganda the Estonian people have established friendly relations with the captured Turks and helped with food and clothing.

08:47, 10 January 2016 Sunday
A Brief History of Masjids in China

From the 8th century until the 15th century Islam has spread rapidly amongst the Chinese by the actions of the Muslims

18:02, 21 October 2015 Wednesday
The Siege of Antioch

On this day (21 October, 1097) the Crusaders began the siege of Antioch. They would capture the city after a seven month siege, paving the way for their continued advance towards Jerusalem.

09:33, 21 October 2015 Wednesday
Ibn Sina Avicenna declared as a ruler in Europe

With the fame and effect to the west on discoveries and creations in medicine, the book of Ibn Sina, “El-Kanun fi't-Tib” was taught in the European medical schools such as Louvain and Montpellier Universities, until the 17th century

20:05, 09 October 2015 Friday
An Extraordinary City in the Islamic Conquest Bukhara

The Muslim Arabs Fought for the Islamisation of Bukhara

20:07, 08 October 2015 Thursday
Clock Towers An Ottoman Heritage from the Balkans to the

One of the most important architectural heritage left by the Ottoman's cities are the clock towers that extends from the Balkans to the Middle East.

07:57, 05 October 2015 Monday
A Forgotten victory The Kutu'l-Amare Siege

General Townshend entered Kutu'l-Amare in 29th September 1915. The Ottoman forces withdrew and reinforced “Selman-i Pak”, under the command of Colonel 'Bearded Nurettin Bey'. While the reinforcement continued, Mirliva Halil Pasa the uncle of Enver Pasa, entered the frontline with a corps and changed the cause of the battle. General Townshend, with 4500 loss regressed Kutu'l-Amare

16:54, 16 September 2015 Wednesday
Ebu'l Feth Mosque in Rumeli Fortress

Built in 1452 and ruined in the 18th century, the minaret and the wall of Ebul Feth Mosque is standing. Expected to be restored again, the elite group is opposing.

10:49, 17 April 2015 Friday
Ahmici massacre remembered after 22 years

The Ahmici massacre was one of the worst massacres of the 20th century when Serbians torched Bosnian villages and killed nearly 3200 Bosnians near Srebrenica.

15:07, 13 February 2015 Friday
Memoirs with Hasan el-Benna The guide and steadfast preacher

The Ottoman-Turkish scholar Ali Ulvi Kurucu narrated his personal account of Hasan el-Benna after he met him during his studies in Egypt in the late 1920s, recounting his encounter with el-Benna during the Hajj pilgrimage.

08:52, 04 February 2015 Wednesday
Sharif Huseyin declared himself Khalifa

On the 3rd March 1924, after the Turkish Grand National Assembly had absolved the caliphate the former Emir of Mecca, Serif Huseyin declared himself “Caliph”.

14:25, 15 January 2015 Thursday
Remembering Palestinian cartoonist killed by Israel

As the world continues to talk about Charli Hebdo attack in Paris and cartoonists who were killed, it is time to remember "Hanzala's father"

16:37, 27 December 2014 Saturday
78 years since death of Turkey's national poet

The author of Turkey's national anthem, Mehmet Akif Ersoy, passed away on December 27, 1936.

14:26, 20 December 2014 Saturday
Goree Island quot Door Of No Return quot for African-Americans

Now a museum, Goree Island is a focal point for African-Americans who wish to explore their African heritage.

11:19, 06 December 2014 Saturday
Hagia Sophia The Initial Meridian of the Ottomans

Today, the suburb Greenwich, in London is used as the First Meridian when determining geographical location and time. It has been recently discovered that during the Ottoman empire however the Hagia Sophia Mosque was accepted and used as the First Meridian.

06:44, 19 November 2014 Wednesday
The Ottoman Army's fight For Gaza

One of the subjects that has stayed in the shadows of Ottoman history was the “Gaza Combats” that were fought on the Palestinian front during WW I

17:50, 06 November 2014 Thursday
Israeli soldiers stormed Masjid al-Aqsa 47 years ago

After the invasion of Jerusalem, the Israeli administration began an effort to eliminate all signs of Islam. With numerous reasons, they removed mosques and Islamic relics



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