The twelfth of Sha’ban:

The twelfth of Sha’ban:


It happened on this day,,


* Year 672 AH / February 1274 AD The death of the great linguist Muhammad bin Abdullah bin Malik, Known as Ibn Malik, The greatest grammarian in the 7th century AH. Born in Andalusia, He wrote many books, The most famous of which is the millennium, which was known as Alfiya Ibn Malik.


* Year 958 AH / August 1551 AD The Ottoman naval commander Tughrul Bey leads the Ottoman Usta to seize the western port of Tripoli in Libya, It has been controlled by the Crusader Knights of Malta since 1510.


* In 1197 AH / July 1783 AD, the Ottoman naval forces in the ports of Algeria succeeded in dispersing 75 Spanish warships that were trying to land their forces in the ports of Algeria, in preparation for their occupation.


* Year 1272 AH / April 1855 AD The ruler of Egypt, Said Pasha, decides to establish a mixed merchant council of Egyptians and foreigners, Foreign law has leaked out of this Council to replace Islamic law in transactions.


* Year 1299 AH / June 1882 AD Britain officially decides to occupy Egypt.

Continued in the twelfth of Sha’ban:

* In 1337 AH / May 1919 AD, the Egyptian leader Saad Zaghloul sends a note of protest to the “Peace Conference” held in Paris after World War I, because of the conference’s recognition of the British protectorate over Egypt.
* Year 1358 AH / September 1939 AD Poland announces its surrender to the German forces after 27 days of valiant resistance in front of the forces that numbered one million seven hundred thousand soldiers, This sweeping attack marked the beginning of World War II.


* In 1409 AH / March 1989 AD, the Zionist occupation army was evacuated from Taba and Egypt received it after a conflict that lasted about 3 years.


Events written on this day:


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