The beginning of falsification of Arab heritage
On the day Salim I stole the Citadel of Aleppo
The Turkish used to steal Arab heritage and its unique exploits. For the Arabs, this is due to two reasons: The first is the fulfillment of the desire hidden in the minds of the Ottomans, those who are accustomed to mistreating the Arabs, as well as humiliating and insulting them and violating their intellectual rights. The second: that the Turkish state does not rely on a solid foundation of history and culture that qualifies it to produce timeless and unique outputs of its own that achieve the goal of its pride if it so desires. In addition to adopting the “Mamluk” system with the subjects of the states and societies subordinate to them. The people, money, culture, and land are a solution to the whims of the Istanbul regime as if it were theirs. This Turkish obsession appears by excluding everything that belongs to the Arabs in order to falsify it by forcibly adding it to the Turkish culture, or robbing it of its original cultural home and stripping the Arabs of it.
They robbed everything that belonged to the Arabs and forcibly added it to the Turkish culture.
The Ottomans were accustomed to mistreating Arabs and squandering their rights.
The Egyptian Mawlid Tent cost 30,000 dinars and was sold for 400 dinars in favor of the Ottomans.
1. Boulos Massad, The Ottoman Empire in Lebanon and Syria (Beirut: 1916).
2. Abdel Moneim Al-Hashimi, Encyclopedia of History of the Arabs in the Modern Era (Beirut: Al-Hilal House and Library, 2006).
3. Muhammad Kurd Ali, Khotat Al-Sham, 3rd Edition (Damascus: Al-Nouri Library, 1983).