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At the height of Crusader raids and attacks, it was used as residence for the sultans of Egypt and Syria such as Nureddin, Saladin, and al-Malek al-Adel,whence they supervised military operations against the Crusaders.
The remaining towers on the Wall are: The Nureddin Tower to the south of Bab Tuma, and al-Saleh Ayoub Tower to the east.
To the south of Souq al-Hamidiyeh, this was built by Nureddin in the twelfth century as a hospital, and financed by ransom money to the amount of 300,000 dinars paid by a Crusader king held captive.
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 AlShindagah Online
When Nureddin died, he took over the throne and within a short time, built an empire which included Egypt, Palestine, Syria and northern Mesopotamia.
Souk Al-Bzourieh extends between Souq Midhat Pasha and the Omayyad Mosque and is famous for, medicinal herbs, and confectionery.
Here, too is the celebrated khan of As'ad Pasha built by the owner of al-Azem Palace in the mid-nineteenth century; it is now being converted into a hotel.
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 Archive of Turkish Oral Narrative •• Türk Öykürleri Sandığı
Enver Pasha told me that he had been in Soviet Russia for over a year now; [he had seen] that the Bolsheviks were despicable people and he had come to the conclusion that it was necessary to liberate the Moslems from Red Imperialism before any other Imperialism....
I gathered that Enver Pasha was not at all fond of objections.
He and his friends were frightened by the documents reaching their hands, signed by Enver Pasha as "Deputy of Bukhara Emir, Son-in-Law of the Caliph of Moslems, Seyyid Enver" and the news that Enver was cooperating with the Emir.
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 Al-Ahram Weekly | Chronicles | Who's who   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Khurshid Pasha worshipped Mohamed Ali but he, in turn, was loved and admired by all members of the army.
In 1842, Ibrahim Pasha suggested appointing Hakakian as supervisor of the construction of fortifications in Alexandria, on the grounds that Hakakian had specialised in this field of engineering during his eight years of study in England.
Admired by the Pasha for his intelligence and diligence, he was sent to Italy and France to be educated in the naval sciences and foreign languages.
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 Nâzım Hikmet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
His paternal grandfather Nâzım Pasha the governor was a liberal and a poet.
Cemal Pasha offered to send him to the Heybeliada Naval School and after the acceptance of the offer by the family, he helped Nâzım enter this school.
At this time, İsmail Fazıl Pasha, one of the relatives of Celile Hanım, summoned to the Assembly these two talented poets whose poem had caused such a stir, and introduced them to Mustafa Kemal Pasha.
www.nazimhikmetran.com /english/pages/biyografi.html   (866 words)

  
 Crabbet articles: Old English lines Part Two   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Sherifa is famous for her exquisite head and was also said to have an exceptionally sweet nature but her line died out at Crabbet early on.
Nuri Pasha was by the Crabbet bred Nureddin II.
Sabek spent his last years with the Gilbeys being bred to descendants of Nuri Pasha's sister Krim so there are a number of young greys of this line to see it into the future.
www.crabbet.org.uk /articles_oldeng2.htm   (1832 words)

  
 Battle of Dumlupinar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Knowing that Turkish forces were only adequate to mount one major offensive, he strengthened the Turkish 1st Army under Nureddin Pasha, which was deployed against the southern flank of the Greek salient jutting out to Afyonkarahisar.
The Turkish attack opened against the Southern flank of the Afyon salient on the morning of August 26, 1922.
Watched from the commanding peak of Kocatepe by Kemal,CGS Fevzi Pasha, Ismet Inonu and Nureddin, Turkish guns silenced the Greek batteries by knocking out the Greek observation posts.
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 Chrysostomos of Smyrna
He was notable for his charity work and for having been deeply involved in the politics of his day [1].
Nureddin explained calmly that a military tribunal had already sentenced the Greek Metropolitan to death:
Someone pushed the barber aside, grabbed a white sheet, and tied out the Prelate's beard, gouged out his eyes with knives, cut off his ears, his nose, and his hands...
www.mlahanas.de /Greece/History/Portraits/ChrysostomosOfSmyrna.html   (344 words)

  
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Nejdmieh was bred in the Nejd, and was presented by the Emir Ibn Raschid of Hail to Enver Pasha.
Kataf was by the desert bred Outlaw from Kateefah.
Her sire Uns-El-Wujood (Firuseh x Kabila) is a tail female descendant of the Ali Pasha Sherif mare Makbula, imported from Sheikh Obeyd in 1898.
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 THE ROLE OF ATATÜRK IN SOLVING THE PONTUS GREEK PROBLEM THAT OCCURRED IN TRABZON AND SURROUNDINGS DURING THE NATIONAL ...
Mustafa Kemal Pasha was donated with extraordinary authority and sent to the region as the inspector of the 9th Army, especially in order to solve these problems.
In fact, the 16 delegates in the Erzurum congress, who represented Trabzon, defended the view that although Greece tries to establish the Pontus state in the eastern Black Sea region, the region was the inseparable part of the motherland and the lands belonged to Turks and could not be left to Greece, or Greeks.
The methods of the T.B.M.M. Government used in preventing the rebellion in the region was criticized in a diplomatic note sent to Mustafa Kemal Pasha on 18th of July 1921 by the Entente States and Admiral Bristol, who was the Ambassador of the USA in Istanbul.
www.diplomaticobserver.com /news_read.asp?id=796   (3791 words)

  
 Four Seasons Hotel Damascus - Attractions
Two of the remaining original towers on the Wall are the Nureddin Tower to the south and al-Saleh Ayoub Tower to the east.
Stretching from Souk Midhat Pasha to Azem Palace, Souk al-Bzouriyeh is known for its spice and soap shops, which send aromas of herbs and spices wafting through the air.
Built in 1574 by Darwish Pasha, the entrance to this souk is at the end of Souk al-Hamidiyeh, just outside the Umayyad Mosque.
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It was built by the Omayyad Caliph al-Walid ibn Abdul Malek in 705 A.D. when Damascus was the capital of the Arab Islamic Empire.
The souqs : Souq al-Hamidiyeh Souq Midhat Pasha Souq al-Harir Souq Al-Bzourieh Saladin's Tomb and its neighboring Schools : The tomb is next door to the north gate of the Omayyad Mosque.
Bimaristan al- Noury : To the south of Souq al-Hamidiyeh, this was built by Nureddin in the twelfth century as a hospital, and financed by ransom money to the amount of 300,000 dinars paid by a Crusader king held captive.
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Extends between Souq Midhat Pasha and the Omayyad Mosque and is famous for its quaint little fruit, medicinal herbs, and confectionery.
Here, too is the celebrated khan of As'ad Pasha built by the owner of al-Azem Palace in the min-nineteenth century; it is now being converted into a hotel.
Another little souq branches out of al-Bzourieh; this is the Goldsmiths' Market, where an endless variety of hand-made jewellery is sold; the southern entrance to the Omayyad Mosque overlooks this glittering little souq.
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 The Muslims Internet Directory: Damascus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Nureddin popular bath is one of the most famous in Damascus.
In the middle of the spice souk (Al Bzourieh) is the Khan of Assaad Pasha.
In 1751, the Governor of Damascus Assaad Pasha al Azem commissioned the construction work, which was completed in 1753.
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 Turkish Torque: 08/22/2004 - 08/28/2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The 1st Army, as the main offensive force under the command of Nurettin Pasha, would push on the Greek forces with its three corps from the Afyon-Ahirdag line in a Northern and Northwestern direction.
Its 5th Cavalry Corps under the command of Fahrettin (Altay) Pasha would cross the Ahirdag Mountain and encircle the western wing of the Greek forces.
The crescent moon in the sky glowed gently like a good omen as Commander-in-Chief Mustafa Kemal Pasha, Chief of General Staff Fevzi Pasha, Commander of the Western Front Ismet Pasha, and 1st Army Commander Nureddin Pasha -- the top brass of the Turkish forces -- went over their battle plans for the last time.
tork.blogspot.com /archives/2004_08_22_tork_archive.html   (2466 words)

  
 Greco-Turkish relations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An American observer estimated the total deaths, from all causes, to be around 2,000 people, whilst a later study estimated the total number of people who perished to be up to 100,000.
Some sources accuse the Turkish commander Nureddin Pasha of playing a direct role in the violence, others show the fighting to be of a sporadic and individual kind.
During the hostilities, a fire had left Smyrna devastated.
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 Travelers: Damascus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
But this thoroughfare has been submerged over the years to about six meters underground, and has been superseded by Souq al-Tawil or Madhat Pasha, under which are occasionally discovered some Roman columns, especially when road works are in progress.
At the height of Crusaders raids and attacks, was used as residence for the sultans of Egypt and Syria such as Nureddin, Saladin, and al-Malek al-adel, whence they supervised military operations against the Crusaders.
Extends between Souq Madhat Pasha and the Omayyad Mosque and is famous for its quaint little fruit, medicinal herbs, and confectionery.
travelers.israel.net /middle-east/damascus.html   (2315 words)

  
 CMK: That Nura Style
Lady Anne Blunt called it 'that indefinable thing style', and Wilfrid Blunt spoke of the 'almost electric thrill' he experienced when he saw a really first-class horse.
NURA was an important mare to the Blunts, though it is not clear whether they ever saw her; there was something in her descendants which caught their eye.
Ali Pasha Sherif too recognized the special quality of these horses as attested by the "one hoof of the Bint Nura" quote at the head of the lead article
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 CMK:The Banat Nura of Ali Pasha Sherif
Zeyd...went to Ali Pasha Sherif to inquire, as we supposed, privately, whether his Excellency would be disposed to sell one or both of the bay daughters of Nura (Doheymeh Nejib).
In December of 1888 the Blunts were again in Egypt, and saw the Ali Pasha Sherif horses for the first time in about seven years.
daughter bred by Ali Pasha Sherif, was purchased December 10, 1897 from Ayub Bey.
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 Mausoleums, Kirsehir
Three mausoleums in Kirsehir are of interest: Beneath the Ahi Avran Türbesi lie the remains of the influential Ahi sect's founder Ahi Avran (1236-1329).
It is situated in the northeast adjacent to the trunk road.
To the southeast of the Nureddin Cacabey Medresesi stands the octagonal Melik Gazi Türbesi with a round conical roof.
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 THE OCCUPATION OF IRAQ BY THE ENGLISH IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR
The chief of Erken-i Ministry of War, Enver Pasha sent officials and gifts to Ibn Suud and Ibnurresid,who were in Arabistan,with the idea of struggling against the English occupation with the help of combatants that would be formed from people,Basra Deputy Talib Bey appointed officals to this activity as well.
Suleyman Askeri Bey like Enver Pasha was of the opinion that he would make a stand against the English forces composing of tribes and combatants.
Due to beginning of summer heat: Enver Pasha commended that 6th infantry of 13th army corps must be shipped from Baghdad to Iran by taking advantage of the English’s not making a move for a long time even if they supplied new forces.
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Vali (the Vali of Baghdad were the senior of the three Iraqi Governors General) 1841 - 1849 Haci Mehmed Nagib Pasha 1849 Müshir AbdulKarim "Abdi" Pasha 1850 Vizir Vecini Pasha 1851 Mehmed Namiq Pasha 1852 - 185.
- 1857 Mehmed Reshid Pasha Gözlüklü (2) 1...
Radif Pasha 1875 Haci Abdürrahman Nureddin Pasha 1836 - 1912 1873 - 187.
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 Glossary for Eva's Percentages.
Horses that came from the Abbas Pasha stud in Egypt in the mid-1800s.
Horses that came from the Abbas Pasha and/or the Ali Pasha Sherif studs in Egypt.
Horses that are mentioned in the Blue Arabian Horse Catalog (BAHC) as being either Blue List or BLUE STAR, in the main section or in the Foreign section of that work, which was last updated in 1969.
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 DOMESTIC POLICY [1897-1922]
After the debacle of the front and when the Turks entered the city, he refused to forsake his flock despite the proposals of the consuls of Britain and France for his evacuation.
He has been arrested by the garrison commander of the city Nureddin Pasha and given up to the incensed Turkish mob who manhandled and lynched him.
The Turkish vali of Smyrna, a war hero, who undertook action against the Greeks from the very beginning.
www.fhw.gr /chronos/13/en/foreign_policy/people/05.html   (1056 words)

  
 Tutorial 5B
It is true that a deputy of Brusa [Nureddin Pasha] asserted that hat-wearing was a 'contradiction of the fundamental rights of the national sovereignty and of the principle of the integrity of personal freedom" and attempted " on no account to let this measure be forced upon the population".
But the outbreak of fanaticism and reaction which Nureddin Pasha succeeded from the tribune, in calling forth, merely led to the sentencing of a few reactionaries by the Courts of Independence [also constituted as part of the 'temporary' state of emergency].
One will be able to imagine how necessary the carrying through of these measures was, in order to prove that our nation as a whole was no primitive nation, filled with superstitions and prejudices.
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1938) Presidents 29 Oct 1923 - 10 Nov 1938 Mustafa Kemal Pasha (from 1 Jan 1935, Kemal Atatürk) (s.a.) 10 Nov 1938 - 11 Nov 1938 Mustafa Abdülhalik Renda (acting) (b.
1758) 12 Jul 1735 - 9 Jan 1736 Gürcü Ismail Pasha 9 Jan 1736 - 6 Aug 1737 Silahdar Seyyid Mehmed Pasha (b.
1818) 24 Apr 1805 - 14 Nov 1806 Hafiz Ismail Pasha 14 Nov 1806 - 18 Jun 1807 Hilmi Ibrahim Pasha 18 Jun 1807 - 28 Jul 1808 Çelebi Mustafa Pasha (b.
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 THE BLIGHT OF ASIA: Chapter XVI
Shooting was heard in various parts of the town all night, and the following morning native-born Americans, both men and women, began to report seeing corpses lying about in the streets in the interior of the town.
Nureddin Pasha, the Turkish commander-in-chief, issued a command that everybody was to go peacefully about his business and that order should be preserved.
The tales vary as to the manner of Chrysostom’s death, but the evidence is conclusive that he met his end at the hands of the Ottoman populace.
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 Abdullah Hasib Es-Serezi QS
He would walk from his house in Mahmud Pasha to Ibrahim Pasha Mosque for the Fajr prayer.  He would stay there for the whole day, break his fast in the mosque with a piece of bread, some olives and cheese, and return home after the Isha prayer at night.
It was a night in late fall.  Hasib Effendi, Abdul'aziz Effendi and few people who were considered as educated were together, and they were talking about the coal to be purchased for Hasib Effendi.
"Nureddin Bey was very happy.  He said, 'Few days ago, I dreamed about Hasib Effendi.  He was delivering the Friday sermon in his mosque.
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 Al-Ahram Weekly | Chronicles | Men of calibre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
It was common knowledge that Khedive Abbas II harboured such animosity towards Ismail that he issued an edict withholding the title of pasha from all the members of the Legislative Council, simply in order to prevent Abaza from being granted that exalted rank.
At more than 100,000 volumes, it was one of the largest private collections in Egypt, after those of Ahmed Zaki Pasha, Ahmed Taymur Pasha and Nureddin Bek Mustafa.
But according to El-Sayed, Talaat's library was rich with invaluable and unparalleled works, among which was a collection of calligraphic manuscripts by the most famous Arab calligraphers and a Qur'an written in Kufic script on gazelle skin parchment by Imam El-Hassan El-Basri, the only Qur'an of its kind in the world.
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