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Arabs and younger Turks offers an in depth research of Arab politics within the past due Ottoman Empire as considered from the imperial capital in Istanbul. In an analytical narrative of the younger Turk interval (1908-1918) historian Hasan Kayali discusses Arab issues at the one hand and the guidelines of the Ottoman govt towards the Arabs at the different. Kayali's novel use of records from the Ottoman information, in addition to Arabic assets and Western and significant ecu records, permits him to re-evaluate traditional knowledge in this advanced topic and to offer an unique appraisal of proto-nationalist ideologies because the longest-living center jap dynasty headed for cave in. He demonstrates the patience and resilience of the supranational ideology of Islamism which overshadowed Arab and Turkish ethnic nationalism during this an important transition interval. Kayali's learn reaches again to the 19th century and highlights either continuity and alter in Arab-Turkish kinfolk from the reign of Abdulhamid II to the constitutional interval ushered in through the revolution of 1908.

Arabs and younger Turks is key for an realizing of latest concerns resembling Islamist politics and the continued crises of nationalism within the center East.

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See I. E. , Economie et sociétés dans l’empire ottoman (Paris: CNRS, 1983), 13–24. Robert Devereux, The First Ottoman Constitutional Period (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1963), 123. Devereux’s book is the most comprehensive existing account of the 1877–78 Parliament. , 124; see also Hasan Kayalı, “Elections and the Electoral Process in the Ottoman Empire, 1877–1919,” IJMES 27 (1995): 266–71. The parliamentary records as they were made public in the official government paper, Takvim-i Vekai, were not only edited but also censored.

The Council of State recommended instead that ten Arab students be recruited from Syria to attend the school. Further, the council suggested that conversational Arabic be offered in the teacher’s school, to be taught by Hamid al-‘Alusi of Baghdad, who was presently at the Mülkiye. Osman Ergin, Türk Maarif Tarihi (Đstanbul: Eser, 1977), 2:573. Enver Ziya Karal, Osmanlı Tarihi (Ankara: Türk Tarih Kurumu Basımevi, 1962), 8:497. Niyazi Berkes, The Development of Secularism in Turkey (Montreal: McGill University, 1964), 221; Lewis, 339.

Us, 2:411. One of the five, Manuk Karaja, an Armenian Christian, was not an Arab, though he probably was Arabophone. Butrus Abu Manneh, “Sultan Abdulhamid II and Shaikh Abulhuda al-Sayyadi,” Middle Eastern Studies 15 (1979): 137. Us, 2:222–23. II/17, 26 January 1878. Fritz Steppat, “Eine Bewegung unter den Notabeln Syriens, 1877–78,” Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, supplementa I, 17 (1969): 634. (See p. ) Tarık Zafer Tunaya, Türkiye’nin Siyasi Hayatında Batılılaşma Hareketleri (Đstanbul: Yedigün, 1960), 45.

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