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İttihad-i Muhammadi Cemiyeti

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Muhammadan Union, political and religious organization founded by Hafiz Dervis Vahdeti, a Naqshbandi Sufi from Cyprus, via the newspaper Volkan in 1909. Known for its role in the ...

Ittihad-i Muhammadi Cemiyeti

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The Oxford Dictionary of Islam

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2003
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...Ittihad-i Muhammadi Cemiyeti Muhammadan Union, political and religious organization founded by Hafiz Dervis Vahdeti , a Naqshbandi Sufi from Cyprus, via the newspaper Volkan in 1909 . Known for its role in the insurrection of April 1909 in Istanbul, which aimed to destroy the Committee of Union and Progress (CUP). It called for Islamic unity as the basis of the Ottoman state and opposed the reforms envisaged by the constitutional regime. The insurrection was crushed, the Ittihad was proscribed, and some of its leaders, including Vahdeti, were hanged. The...

İttihad-i Muhammadi Cemiyeti

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World

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...-i Muhammadi Cemiyeti . A political and religious organization was founded around the newspaper Volkan (Volcano) in February 1909 by Hafiz Derviş Vahdeti , a Naqshbandī from Cyprus. Named İttihad-i Muhammadi Cemiyeti (Muhammadan Union), it is known for its role in the insurrection of April 1909 in Istanbul that aimed to destroy the Committee of Union and Progress ( CUP ), the political movement that played the leading role in the constitutional revolution of 1908 and seized power in the coup of January 1913 . Conservative forces in the...

İttihad-i Muhammadi Cemiyeti

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Muhammadan Union, political and religious organization founded by Hafiz Dervis Vahdeti, a Naqshbandi Sufi from Cyprus, via the newspaper Volkan in 1909. Known for its role in the insurrection of ...
Young Turks

Young Turks  

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A number of late 19th- and early 20th-century reformers in the Ottoman empire who carried out the Revolution of 1908. The most prominent party was the Committee of Union and Progress, which seized ...
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The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World

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...scholar and writer 1908 Mohammad Natsir (d. 1993), Indonesian intellectual, journalist, and politician 1908 To 1912: Young Turk Constitutional period 1908 To 1918: Young Turk era and rise of Pan-Turanism (Pan-Turkism) 1909 First public cinema screening in Baghdad 1909 İttihad-i Muhammadi Cemiyeti founded as religious and political organization in opposition to Committee of Union and Progress (CUP) in Turkey 1910 Shaykh Taqī al-Dīn al-Nabhānī (d. 1974), Palestinian founder of Islamic Liberation Party in Jordan 1910 Michel ʿAflaq (d. 1989), Syrian proponent of...

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