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Napoleon Bonoparte (Napoleon I.)

Napoleon bonaparte, the first emperor of French Empire, lead the empire between 1804-1814, he also lead the army of France kingdom. He became one of the most powerful and effective leaders in Europe after his successes in expeditions to Italy and invaded Egypt (Ottoman Empire) but he couldn’t handle it for long. In 1799 he […]

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Stalin: The Dark Legacy of Power

Joseph Stalin, born on December 18, 1878, in the city of Gori, Georgia, played a pivotal role in shaping the course of Soviet history. Known by the moniker “man of steel,” Stalin’s early life was marked by adversity and hardship. At the age of 7, he contracted smallpox, leaving permanent scars on his face, and […]

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From Birth to the Conquest of Jerusalem: The Tale of a Great Hero

The 12th century was a transformative period in Islamic history, notably marked by the rise of Saladin. As the Seljuks’ power waned, numerous heroes, including Saladin, emerged. Saladin, of debated Kurdish or Arab origins, rose under the tutelage of Nur ad-Din Zengi. Following multiple battles against various dynasties and Crusaders, Saladin achieved significant victories, culminating in conquering Jerusalem, thereby leaving an enduring impact on Islamic culture and history.

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Who is Bediüzzaman Said Nursi?

Said Nursi was born in 1877 in The Nurs Village of The Hizan District of Bitlis. He took his name from his village. He is an important İslamic wise who is accepted as The Mujaddid of his century. He is the author of The Risale-i Nur. His father is Mirza Bey, and his mother is […]

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THE EIFFEL TOWER

The Eiffel Tower, built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World’s Fair in Paris, initially faced criticism but ultimately won admiration for its innovative design. Designed to last 20 years, it avoided demolition due to its use as a radio transmission tower. Historically significant and symbolizing enduring beauty, this global icon attracts millions yearly.

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Kudüs Multifaceted Significance

“Jerusalem, the Al-Aqsa Mosque, has a sacred history for a town; it is the first qibla of Islam, our second holy site (for Muslims), and one of the holy centers of the three major religions (Islam, Judaism, Christianity). Now, let me give you a brief overview: Jerusalem or Yerushalayim is an ancient city built on […]

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The Crusades (Part IV)

Battle of Hattin: While Salah al-Din’s Army gathered in the area of Hauran (Syria), King Guy called nobles and knights back in Acre. Also, the Holy Cross was brought from Jerusalem. On the morning of July 4th, 1187, the battle ended with King Guy and his army losing. King Guy’s life was spared and the […]

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First Part: The Technology and Science In The Ottoman Empire (1299-1400)

SufismThe first scientific and philosophical activities in the Ottoman Empire begin with Dâvûd-ı Kayserî, who served as a professor at the first Ottoman madrasa, known as the İznik Madrasa, and he is considered the first Ottoman philosopher. Kayserî had a deep knowledge about religious sciences, particularly in the fields of jurisprudence and hadith. With his […]

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Yavus Sultan’s Great Work: Selimname

In the Ottoman literature the Ottoman Sultans has a own part about their life kind a biyography.For example the text which one explains II.Beyazıd’s life is “Süleymannâme”. Yavuz Sultan Selim is the first person who made a biyography like that and his one’s name is “Selimnâme”. Some of the Selimnâme’s ,which includes I.Selim’s reign, were […]