Fifteenth of Shaaban

Fifteenth of Sha’ban:


It happened on this day,,

* Year 2 AH / February 624 AD The command from Allah to his Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and to the Muslims to transfer the qibla from Jerusalem to Makkah (the Holy Kaaba).
* In 587 AH / September 1191 AD, the exhausted Muslim army led by Saladin was defeated by the Crusaders led by Richard the Lionheart in the Battle of Arsuf.
* Year 1128 AH / August 1716 AD The famous German commander “Al-Amin Eugin” defeats the Ottoman army in the Battle of Puttervardin, The reason for the defeat of the Ottomans was the dispersion of the Ottoman army after the martyrdom of its commander, Minister Türk Ahmet Bey, governor of Anatolia.
* Year 1242 AH / March 1827 AD Sultan Mahmud II Ottoman inaugurates the “Medicine of the Khana Amera” or Military Medical College, Teaching was in French, which led to the emergence of a generation deeply embedded in Western culture.
* In 1294 AH / August 1877 AD, the victory of the Ottomans led by Ahmed Mukhtar Pasha over the Russian army in the Battle of Kadekler, He receives from the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid II the title of Ghazi for his multiple victories over the Russian armies.

Continued on the fifteenth of Shaaban

* Year 1338 AH / May 1920 AD Announcement of the start of the British Mandate over Iraq, British troops entered Baghdad on March 11, 1917. The British Mandate of Iraq ended on October 13, 1933.
* In 1349 AH / January 1931 AD the Italian army occupies the Libyan oasis of Kufra
The last stronghold of the Senussi.


Events written on this day:


It is a daily record that contains a separate narrative of historical events arranged in a random manner that reviews events from ancient, medieval and modern history, And Arab and international events
This record aims to recall some of the events affecting people’s lives at the national, national and global levels, To the extent that it does not make it boring to the reader.


This Register is of particular importance, It makes man feel different times, As if he had lived it. It gives him an inner sense of happiness, And sometimes with pain, for events that took place on such a day that he lives. This is a good way to sense, absorb and reflect on history.


Schools and parents may need to teach their children some historical events by reviewing this daily record, and encourage them to express their feelings about these events, and strengthen their intellect.
This daily record of events is so inspiring to some that it pushes him to exchange it with his friends, lovers and those interested in him, To become a form of enhancing social communication.


The East Center for Research and Culture provides this service to its visitors, To make it easier for them to read what happened on the same day as they live, And pass it on electronically simply and easily with their friends. The center hopes that this will be welcomed and comforted by the distinguished visitors.


Prepared by/a. Mohamed Hamdi Maddokh

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