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  • Ottoman factors behind the rise and decline

    Currently available in arabic and urdu

    Arabic version
    https://ar.islamway.net/book/3456/ال...ط?__ref=iswy

    Urdu version
    https://www.pdfbooksfree.org/2013/07...-urdu.html?amp

    The book has not been translated in english yet

    "Saltanat e Usmania Treekh Saltan-e-Usmania history of Turkey in Urdu language. This book was originally written by Dr. Ali Muhammad Muhammad Al-Slabi and translated into Urdu by Allama Muhammad Zafar Kalyari.

    The “Saltanat-e-Usmania” book described the complete and brief history of Turkey from the acceptance of Islam to the fall of Uthmaniyah Caliphate. It is also provides historical review of the present Islamic religious movements and struggles. A comprehensive work on the Political, Civilization, and Cultural history of Turkey in Urdu."

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    Sultan Muhammad al-Fatih

    by محمد علي الصلابي, Ali Muhammad Al-Salaabi

    This book talks about Muhammad al-Faatih, the liberator of Constantinople and the defeater of the Romans. It is also about his great grandfathers who lived with Islam and died for the sake of raising the word of Allah high. This book discusses the biographies of ' uthman the first, Urkhan, Murad the first, Bayzid the first, Muhammad Halabi, Murad the second and Muhammad Al-Faatih. It details their attributes, the course they adopted, and the way they followed the rules, set out by Allah SWT, to build their state. It showed that the liberation (conquest) of Constantinople was the result of the accumulated efforts of scholars, leaders and soldiers. The reader will learn the Ottoman renaissance, during the reign of Sultan Muhammad al-Faatih, encompassed scientific, political, economic. and military fields. The characteristics of victory and governance should exist in a nation and its leader, in order for state to prevail.

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    • #3
      Most of the books on Ottoman history ( by english writers) are biased, it follows the phrase , history is written by victors.

      don't know much abt Arab writers, but this one translated in Urdu is definitely a good unbiased read.
      "Europe died in Bosnia and was buried in Syria. Bodies of innocent children washing ashore are the
      western civilization's tombstones"


      Rajab Tayyab Erdogan

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      • #4
        Originally posted by imran1976 View Post
        Most of the books on Ottoman history ( by english writers) are biased, it follows the phrase , history is written by victors.

        don't know much abt Arab writers, but this one translated in Urdu is definitely a good unbiased read.
        Yes you are correct European and also many arab and north African history on ottoman is usually negative biased with lots of fabricated narration

        Al sallabi is one if the reliable scholars in history the book on muhammad al fatih is also very good

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        • #5
          Originally posted by imran1976 View Post
          Most of the books on Ottoman history ( by english writers) are biased, it follows the phrase , history is written by victors.

          don't know much abt Arab writers, but this one translated in Urdu is definitely a good unbiased read.
          There's no such thing as unbiased history.

          "History that favors my side" isn't unbiased.

          All historians are affected by their own perceptions and culture.

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          • #6
            simple

            rise = the followed islam

            fall = they didn't, the arabs didn't too muslim can't fight other muslims but arabs started it

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            • #7
              ^^^ the above post just shows the collective knowledge of social media muslim reactionaries.

              Orhan the son of Osman, was closer to Alevi islam, than sunni. And he was responsible for a lot of the expansion in Europe.

              Meanwhile one of the man responsible for the fall, Enver Pasha, was a pious muslim. He did mix religion with nationalism, but he was a religious Sunni at the end of the day.

              So what happened to your theory now?

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