Thirteenth of Rajab:

Thirteenth of Rajab:

 

It happened on this day,,

* Year 279 AH / January 892 AD: The death of the Muhaddith Muhammad bin Isa bin Sura – known as Tirmidhi, In relation to the Termez with which he was born, It is a town near Balkh, Born blind, From a young age, he devoted himself to seeking knowledge until he became a well-known keeper. He is best known for his book Al-Jami’ al-Sahih or Sunan al-Tirmidhi, one of the six well-known books on the hadith of the Prophet.
* Year 751 AH / September 1350 AD The death of Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyya, Abu Abdullah Shams al-Din Muhammad bin Abi Bakr al-Dimashqi al-Hanbali, He is a jurist, modernist, interpreter and one of the most prominent imams of the Hanbali school.
* Year 792 AH / June 1389 AD: The victory of the Ottomans under the leadership of Sultan Murad I over the Serbs in the position of Kosovo, which is considered one of the strongest battles in the Balkans.
* Year 1253 AH / October 1837 AD: The city of Constantine falls to French forces during the occupation of Algeria.
* Year 1334 AH / May 1916 AD: The conclusion of the Sykes-Picot Agreement between France and Britain to divide the Arab countries in the Asian part between them, This agreement is one of the agreements that led to the division of the Arab countries into separate entities under the control of Britain and France.
* In 1390 AH / September 1970 AD, the spark of an armed clash between the Jordanian army and thePalestine Liberation Organization began in what is known as the Black September events.
* Year 1393 AH / August 1973 AD: The death of the great Tunisian scientist Mohamed Tahar Ben Achour, Sheikh of the Zitouna Mosque and one of the leading Tunisian scholars in Sharia, linguistic, literary and historical sciences.
* Year 1423 AH / September 2002 AD Five Zionists were killed in an attack on a bus in occupied Tel Al-Rabie carried out by a martyr from Al , Qassam BrigadesAs a result, Zionist tanks imposed a siege on Palestinian President Yasser Arafat inside his headquarters in the Muqata’a in Ramallah, and he did not leave this siege until he was released for treatment in France and then died two years later.
* Year 1429 AH / July 2008 AD The Zionist occupation forces release the dean of Lebanese prisoners in their prisons, Samir Kuntar, along with four others, in addition to the bodies of martyrs in exchange for the remains of their soldiers. This is part of his deal between them and Hezbollah.

 

Prepared by/a. Mohamed Hamdi Maddokh

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