Deportations Trips “Seferberlik”
Cries of Torment Have Placed Great Stress
on the Turkish “Serpent” Carriages
After 13 centuries they applied "Martial" law in the land of prophecy.
Abd al-Haq Naqshbandi:
Abdul Haq bin Abdul Salam Al Naqshbandi was born in Medina in (1322 AH / 1904 AD). He was one of the most important authors in the modern era in Medina. He lived in the period in which Fakhri Pasha was appointed as a governor to Medina. Since he was between 12 and 16 years old, he was aware of the exact details of tragedies and events that had occurred in it.
Abdul-Haq Al-Naqshbandi, Our Recent History, “The Complete Works of the author Abdul-Haq Al-Naqshbandi” (Jeddah: Abdul Maksoud Khoja, 2005).
They displaced the "People of Medina" from Bosra to Bulgaria.
Turkish Gandemir described the situation in the railway station in which the people were preparing to leave on March 1917) ,14 AD); that it was exuding of pain. Where soldiers were cramming people into the train cars and beating the horses with whips. While the scene of mass crying was present among men, women and children; and expressions of farewell. Although he was one of the garrison, he was unable to bear the situation, and portray it as a heart-wrenching.
1. Mona Al Thabeta, “The Siege of Medina and Its Internal Reflections and the Position of the Ottoman Garrison 1337-1334 AH / 1919-1916 AD” (PhD Thesis, College of Arts and Education for Girls in Abha, King Khalid University, 2013).
2. Ali Hamza, Administrative Control Powers in Exceptional Circumstances: A Comparative Study (Cairo: The Arab Center for Scientific Studies and Research, 2017).
3. Ali Hafez, Chapters from the History of Medina, 3rd Edition (D.M.: D.N, 1996)
4. Abdul Salam Hafez, Medina in History, 3rd Edition (Medina: The Literary and Cultural Club of Medina, 1982).