This book is the first Arabic book examines the history of the Turkish concise comprehensive scientific study, which is apparently unique title at his door, deals with the history of the people of linking between him and the Arabs in the history of intimate long . And let not those of the Arab reader that this book – as a history of Turks – He is not concerned with him, but rather that he will see in him that the history of the Turks in many of his events and covenants is – in reality – the history of Arabs and Islam.
It is also rich in information, highly documented, varied references, rich in its maps and pictures .. It has no parallel – in its subject – in the entire Arab library, as it – for the first time – unveils the great role that the Turkish nation has played in making history in most parts of the country. the world ; It shows – for example – how a very great country like China (with its geographical and historical greatness and its human, political and cultural greatness) was ruled by Turkish dynasties for nearly a thousand years, and that such a country reached the height of its glory under Turkish rule during the era of the “King-Manchu” Turkish Dynasty (from The year 1644-1911 AD), according to the recognition of the famous French philosopher Voltaire ..
The same was the history of Russia, India, Iran, the Arab world and other regions … as you will read in this book .
The book consists of five main parts:
1- Pre-Islamic Turks:
We defined the Turkish states and empires that arose in ancient and medieval times, before the rise of Islam, arranged according to their chronology, because this period in the history of the Turk is hardly known to anyone who speaks Arabic, including the university, the educated, and even the student of history. We are not excluded from that except for some senior Modern Arab historians (especially those who study the Zankites, the Crusades, the Mongols, the Mamelukes, and the Ottomans .
Our sources of these fundamental to the history of the era was foreign encyclopaedias in particular (British , and such as the encyclopedia and Alankarta many of the electronic character of academic and scientific sites ..).
2- History of the Relationship between Turks and Arabs:
It is dated to the Turks since after the Islamic conquest of a part of Turkestan (Countries Beyond the River). In this important part, we also wanted to clarify the following four points:
1. That the largest part of the Turks as a whole people did not enter Islam under the influence of the Islamic conquest of the country “beyond the river”, which represented only a small part of their homes, but most of them voluntarily converted to Islam about three centuries later (starting from the era of the Samanid state) on the authority of The path of the Turkish and Khurasani Sufi sheikhs who infiltrated into the countries of their relatives and worked hard to spread the Islamic religion among them.
2. The Arab-Islamic history – starting from the second half of the third Hijri century – is in fact a history for the Turks after Islam, including the Muslims (such as the leaders and rulers of Turkish officers and soldiers since al-Mu’tasim al-Abbasi and later .. as well as the Tulunids, the Seljuks, the Zankites and the Mamluks) .. Or non-Muslims as well (such as Kithai Khatta, and the Mongols who occupied Muslim countries and painted their history for centuries after that …).
3 . The absolute multiplicity of Islamic heroics in the period of the Crusades and the Mongolian invasion are those recorded by the fair history of the Turkish men and their heroes..You will see, in light of the documented history, that many of the victorious and honorable Arab-Islamic stances and battles (such as the battles: Amoriya, Hadath Al-Hamra, Hattin and Ain Goliath, Blood Square and Mansoura) are battles in which the heroes – soldiers and leaders – were Turkish Muslims.
4. Correcting a lot of distorted and false information on history (the history of the Mughals in particular) in light of specialized, objective and neutral scientific references (such as Western encyclopedias).
3- The Ottoman Empire
We devoted it to studying the history of the Ottoman Empire in a little detail, as it is the closest and most connected of the Turkish empires to us. There is also a series called as Ottoman Empire Series. The History of the ottomans are very great in terms of victories & Wars. Some Of Heros of Ottomans are Famous Now-a-days like Ertugrul & Noorgul and many more. we will write a Seprate article on Ottoman Empires Instead of History of turks.
4- Turks rule the old world: Turks rule (Russia – China – Iran – India – Arab World)
He studies the history of some of the most important regions of the ancient world – separately and through the ages of history – citing the peoples and royal dynasties that ruled it (national and foreign) – in a brief and quick sequence, aiming for two purposes:
The first is: organizing the previous historical information contained in the first parts of the book in a concise and sequential manner in its timeline and geography together, so that the reader can visualize the events of history in their time context distributed geographically that helps to digest and preserve them.
Second: Through what we have achieved in the first purpose, we have – for the first time – unveiled the great role that the Turkish nation has played in making history in most parts of the world. We showed how a very great country like China (with its geographic and historical greatness and its human, political and cultural greatness) was ruled by Turkish dynasties for nearly a thousand years, and that such a country has reached the height of its historical glory under Turkish rule during the era of the “King-Manchu” Turkish Dynasty (from the date of 1644 – 1911 AD), according to the recognition of the famous French philosopher Voltaire ..! The same was the case in the history of Russia, the Indian region, the Iranian region, the Arab world and other regions.
5- The role of non-Arab Islamic peoples in the making of the Arab-Islamic civilization:
We have devoted it to demonstrating the extent of the effort in which non-Arab Muslim peoples (Turks, Khurasans, Persians, Kurds, Berbers, Spaniards and Romans) and non-Muslims from Syriacs, Copts and Sabeans participated in making what is known as the Arab Islamic civilization, and we presented at the end of this section Confirming the names of the flags of the Arab Islamic civilization in different fields, indicating their original nationalities with extreme precision; Our reviewer in this regard was very accurate and reliable books recognized among investigative scholars, such as:
The Book of Notables for Al-Zarkali, The Book of Songs by Abu Al-Faraj Al-Isfahani, The Book of the Deaths of Notables by Ibn Khallakan and other books of translations and classes (electronic copies), and the book on the history of Arabic literature by Dr.: Shawqi Dhaif, who is the well-known investigative scholar. And the series “From Arab Flags” and the Arab Encyclopedia – CD 2000 and many others …
As for the pictures in this book (and perhaps they are the most beautiful in it, and I cherish them a lot), they are here in three types :
1- The first type : historical and geographical photographs taken from the electronic encyclopedias Britannica 2000, Encarta 2000, and Atlas of the ancient world. And we took advantage of some websites on the Internet.
2- The second type : taken from some historical school pictographs and similar ones from atlases.
3 – Type III : Download t draw it myself because it could not I got it from the historical Musawwarat published, and the advantage of this type of photographers that I have made a great effort to investigate the accuracy of the demarcation of the borders of each state of the studied countries, as well as the limits of the grapes of the world in the history of a given that In order to portray the historical coincidence between them, and the reader placed it in front of the political scene of the political world map at a specific time. On top of that, we placed a small summary in the corner of the photographer, briefly explaining what the reader sees in the photographer in his hands.
And this is something new .. since what is usually applied in “historical pictorials” is for the researcher to content himself with drawing the borders of the state in which he is only interested, without paying attention to others who were contemporary with it:
As if he delineated the borders of “the Khazar state, for example” or “the state of Tuba” only without presenting what concerns the political world at the time (during the era of this state) ..
It is clear to the reader that the big difference between the two approaches … Our new method, although it is very arduous, is – in our opinion – more accurate and correct in understanding human history as a whole, and in developing a comprehensive historical conceptualization for the rest of the nations (even if we are in the process of studying a particular country) because this helps us to Understanding its political and geographical position among the countries of the contemporary world at the time. This is all about the History of turks, Now its your turn to like & Share this Post…