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04:07, 05 December 2017 Tuesday

Ottoman-era Qurans found in Palestinian town

Holy books were discovered during ongoing renovation of West Bank’s Omar bin al-Khattab Mosque

09:39, 05 December 2016 Monday

Ottoman Ahmet Ali Efendi the worlds' first black pilot

While American black people were still being treated as slaves or worse, Ottoman Muslim Air Forces member Ahmet Ali Efendi was the first black pilot of the world. He participated in a lot of air missions.

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.

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

11:43, 20 March 2015 Friday

Muslim scientists discover solar eclipse

It is no known secret of the tremendous contribution of Muslim scientists to the world of astronomy. Amongst them is the astronomical table including data that was first set up by Arab astronomer Ibn al-Shatir that is almost 700 years old. Ibrahim Muteferrika, a Hungarian priest who converted to Islam was the first to bring the printing press to the Ottoman Empire as well Ibrahim Tiflisi providing detailed descriptions of a solar eclipse.

17:21, 28 February 2015 Saturday

Lebanese rise in anger against post-Ottoman Serail plan

The council of Tripoli had earlier approved the establishment of the parking lot in place of the Serail, which is bringing anger to the city.

13:26, 05 February 2015 Thursday

Ottoman Frigate in Pacific Ocean reveals treasure

After a goodwill voyage to Japan in 1890 the Japanese emporor Meiji, the Ertugrul Frigate sank to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean with 550 sailor. Recent excavations and rescue operations have found Japanese, British and Hong Kong gold, silver and bronze coins.

09:45, 04 January 2015 Sunday

Turkish navy to re-enact goodwill voyage to Japan

Prime Minister Davutoglu says journey will mark the sinking of an Ottoman frigate, Ertugrul, on its 125th anniversary in October 2015.

13:53, 18 December 2014 Thursday

European Institute eager for Ottoman department

The institute proposed a research department on Turkish-Ottomans, which "fill the gap in the department of history and civilization."

11:29, 05 December 2014 Friday

Mandatory Ottoman Turkish lessons demanded in high schools

Through an obligatory course in high school, Turkish students will be able to learn Ottoman Turkish, an idea presented at the 19th Council of Turkey National Education suggested.

11:12, 13 December 2014 Saturday

Erdogan defends importance of learning Ottoman language

If you erase your civilization, you will see others advancing ahead of you in technological innovation, President Erdogan says

09:05, 13 December 2014 Saturday

Ottoman prince's symbolic tombstone may be built in France

Prince Mehmet Orhan Osmanoglu was grandson of Abdul Hamid II, the 34th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire.

10:56, 24 November 2014 Monday

Historic Macedonian mosque not to be reconstructed

The site has been sold to a Greek company so that they can construct a hotel and rebuild the former officer’s club.

17:04, 20 November 2014 Thursday

Ottoman Scripts added to digital library in Yemen

In the capital city of Sana'a, there are close to 20,000 handwritten works which in order to be protected are being added to a digital library.

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

12:08, 03 November 2014 Monday

Indian soldiers in Singapore revolt in support of the Ottomans

One of the lesser known supportive aspects of the Indian Muslim support was their rebellion and their demonstrations against the British army

12:06, 15 October 2014 Wednesday

Ottoman movie sector kicked off in 1896 says scholar

The footages have offered significant insights about the socio-economic and political atmosphere of that time

16:20, 10 October 2014 Friday

Istanbul Film Days revives Ottoman Empire

The first silent movies to be shot in the powerful pre-WW1 Ottoman Empire are to be screened in a new cinema exhibition in Turkey's largest city

09:44, 09 October 2014 Thursday

Kosovo's Gilan and some Ottoman artifacts

Gilan, located 15-min far away from Doburçan, a Turkish populated village welcomed many thousands of tourists who wants to see some historical artifacts

17:08, 28 July 2014 Monday

Turkish Historical Society releases rare WWI photos

Shots show Ottoman troops fighting in seven different battlefields including Gallipoli, Iraq and Yemen.

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