The Turks in Arab History
They came as slaves and bullied the Arabs after they became free
The Ottomans invaded 3 continents using the "Arabic language" and then turned against it.
The Turkish Association of Union and Progress (İttihad ve Terakki Cemiyeti) emerged as a result of the resurgence of Turanian nationalism for the Turks, motivated by being influenced by the Masonic lodges that entered Turkey in 1717 AD through the establishment of an association for it in Istanbul and later affected by the spirit of the French Revolution.
In addition to the inherent hatred of the Ottoman Empire, which drives it to hate other cultures, unlike the religion of Islam, which calls for acquaintance between tribes and peoples, friendship, mercy and equality among all, Istanbul has adopted a policy of exclusion and bullying against Arab culture. This is despite the fact that the Arab culture was the most important and largest weapon for the conquest of the Arab world and other regions. It is possible that the Ottoman Empire was boasted of its culture after its numerous victories and its desire to glorify oneself, until their belief in Allah and surrendering to Him became possible only by believing in all Turkish principles and applying them.
They violated the covenant with the Arabs because of their sense of cultural and historical weakness.
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