While the scholars unanimously agreed on their weakness
There were many fabrications of the Ottomans on Prophetic Sayings
Promoting weak hadiths and interpreting them according to their whims.
The two states (Persia and the Romans) – according to the context of this weak hadith – in the Prophet’s era will be destroyed at the hands of the Muslims, so Persia will be defeated and will disappear after one or two battles. As for the Romans, the conflict with them will be prolonged and there will be centuries of conflict, and that the war between the Arabs and the West will not stop, and their end will be at the end of time at the hands of Muslims in a great epic. That final epic is the one after which there is no resurrection of the Romans, and it is not intended in the hadith that the Prophet preached that the state of the Ottomans will remain until the end of time, and that the Arabs must submit to their rule and their authority.
There is another hadith reported by Mustaurid Qurashi, may Allah be pleased with him, where he said: I heard the Prophet Muhammad say: “The Last Hour would come (when) the Romans would form a majority amongst people”. What is meant by the Roman in the hadith according to – Mahmoud Effendi – are the Ottomans, and that their state will remain as the hadith preached that, and that this is inevitably a reality. This is a false inference, because what is meant by the Roman in the hadith is the religious affiliation.
They interpreted the hadiths of "the Romans" as being the Ottoman Turks.
1. Muhammad Nasir Al-Din Al-Albani, the weak series (Riyadh: Al-Maarif Library, dt).
2. Mahmoud Effendi Al-Hamzawi, Proof of the survival of the Ottoman Sultans until the end of time (Beirut: The Arts Association, 1308 AH).