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dc.contributor.authorMiladi
dc.contributor.authorShamsi, Hijri
dc.contributor.authorQamari, Hijri
dc.date.accessioned2019-09-25T09:09:02Z
dc.date.available2019-09-25T09:09:02Z
dc.date.created2012-01-27 04:10
dc.date.issued2000
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12424/182934
dc.description.abstract"The measurement of intelligence, using the testing methods, was done first by the Ottomans. As is written in American literature, the European statesmen were very much bewildered when the Ottoman Armies came to Vienna. They were terrified with the fear that Islam was spreading over Europe and Christianity was perishing. They endeavoured much in search of a solution for stopping the Ottoman attack. One midnight, the British ambassador in Istanbul cabled a message in cipher. He could not wait till morning to give the good news to Europe: “I found, I did!” he said. “I found the reason why the Ottomans won victory after victory and the solution for stopping them.” And he explained as follows: “The Ottomans never torture the prisoners of war but treat them like brothers. They test the intelligence of little children no matter of which nationality or religion they are. Keen-witted children are selected and educated by qualified teachers in the school called ‘Enderûn’ in the Palace and, being taught Islamic knowledge, Islamic morals, science and culture, they are brought up as strong, enterprising Muslims. The distinguished commanders who caused the Ottoman armies to gain victory after victory and the outstanding men of politics and administration like [the two great Ottoman viziers] Sokullu and Köprülü all had grown up from among those keen-witted children brought up in this manner. For stopping the Ottoman attacks, it is necessary to extirpate these Enderûn schools and their branches, the - 4 - madrasas, and to cause Muslims to decline in knowledge and science.”"(pg 3-4)
dc.format.extentPages: 333
dc.language.isoeng
dc.publisherHakikat Kitabevi
dc.rightsWith permission of the license/copyright holder
dc.subjectIslamic ethics
dc.subject.otherReligious ethics
dc.subject.otherSpirituality and ethics
dc.titleIslam's Reformers
dc.typeBook
dcterms.accessRightsopen access
ge.collectioncodeCD345
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ge.dataimportlabelGlobethics object
ge.identifier.legacyglobethics:4881365
ge.identifier.permalinkhttps://www.globethics.net/gel/4881365
ge.lastmodificationdate2012-02-18 12:03
ge.submissions1
ge.peerreviewedno
ge.placeofpublicationIstanbul (Turkey)
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ge.submitter.emaillijoabelbaby@gmail.com
ge.submitter.nameJohn, Lijo
ge.submitter.userid2069840
ge.subtitle12th Edition
ge.linkhttp://www.hakikatkitabevi.com


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