Story about Mameluks of Egypt
Story about Mameluks of Egypt

Story about Mameluks of Egypt

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Султан Бейбарс (араб. الملك‭ ‬الظاهر‭ ‬ركن‭ ‬الدين‭ ‬بيبرس‭ ‬البندقداري‎‎ — аль-Малик аз-Захир Рукн-ад-дин Бейбарыс аль-Бундукдари ас-Салих; 1223 — 1 июля, …
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  • TheOsmanly

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    Most of the great leaders and heros of ISLAM were Turcs and mongolied Turcs
    since the beigining not only in the time of OTTOMANS.TURCS were always the
    greatest protectors of nations and ISLAM and they were fair and goodhearted
    heros.
    The first encounter with turcs was in the time of prophet muhamad (PUH):
    the holly prophet was out and when he came back his compgnards asked him
    where was you hazraty prophet (PUH) he responded that he was in the tent of
    the turcs.
    TURCS were born strong like germans and Vikings they can handle long fights
    and they are verrrry patient in battle this is their nature .A turc is a
    tiger specially when he is gets angry .That why ISLAM had his best soldiers
    ever the TURCS .THANKS TO THEM MILLION OF LIFES WERE SAVED AND THE ENEMY
    TREMBLED OF FEAR.
    all my best regards to my turkic brothers and sisters and non turkic
    brothers and sisters in this world.

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  • 天王

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    First generation of Mamluks

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  • chie Chaie

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    Qutuz’s and his tribe were captured and sold into slavery to Arab leaders
    who were then made into elite soldiers. Its ironic they would meet again.
    He suffers a coup de tat by Baybars who was also sold as slaves by the
    Mongols. 

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  • Ba Ku

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    спустя 800 лет ничего не изменилось… как была борьба за власть, так и
    осталась.

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  • ADZ01982

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    Oh you never mentioned that the U.S supported the Ottomans when the Greeks
    were fighting for independence.

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  • Supduplemup

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    I understand you totally man. Only if we can go back in time and ask why!

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  • pharaonicvs

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    as an Egyptian im proud of this mamuk chapter of Egypt`s History, The
    mamluks were great they defended Egypt well against the mongols so did the
    egyptians also. Nowhere in world hisotry have slave soldiers been so highly
    regarded and respected like the Mamluks of Egypt

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  • intezam

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    These books inspired later archery treatises such as “Kitab fi bayau fadl
    al-qaws w-al-sahm wa-awsufihima” and “Kitab ghunyat at-tullab fi marifat
    ramy an-mushshab”. These are all very interesting historical books.

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  • tamunia25

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    There is a Georgian movie, it’s called “Mamluk”, it’s about Georgian slave
    warriors. It’s very interesting, i recommend to watch it. And if anyone has
    it please upload it on youtube.

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  • amadeus987

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    Got to Mno3at channel on youtube, he has the series about Baybars, so far
    he uploaded the first 27 episodes. Its in Arabic though.

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  • ADZ01982

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    Agreed, although the Mongol was only at half its original size because
    after the death of the Mongol leader there was a a claim to power to the
    Mongol leadership and the general in charge of that Mongol army halved his
    army and charged back to Mogolia and China to stake his claim to power,
    leaving his under strengthed army to fight the Mamlukes, which was wiped
    out.

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  • burakkk55

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    the official name of memaluks=ed-Devleti’t-Türkiye…(Turkish state)
    ed-devleti’t Türkiye…was founded by İzzeddin Aybek(1250) Turkish
    states=tolunoğulları(875-905)-ıhşidoğlulları(akşitler)(935-969)-eyyübiler(1171-1252)
    and ed-devleti’t Türkiye(memaluks)(1250-1517)

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  • amadeus987

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    I am a great admirer of Baybars, but something that has always bothered me
    is the stories of how he used to butcher civilians of crusader cities he
    took. From your historical knowledge, do you think that was trueor simply
    lies put by envious europeans.

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  • KU106

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    check this out Battle of “Marj al-Saffar” these are hardly known in
    history. Because there are again evil forces covering up the truth.

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  • ADZ01982

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    I am as white as they come pal, maybe you should read a history book or
    two. Educate yourself.

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  • DonAryStan

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    Firstly,he bought himself from his owner.Then he applied to army,then he
    became head of 10then 100 and so on.Then he had his own army.Then he became
    Sultan Beibarys!I am proud that I am KIPCHAK!Inside the kipchaks I am SANAI.

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  • debashir

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    Asian looking dude is not a mongol, he is a kipchak. Baibars was from the
    place what is called Deshti-Kypchak, he was kipchak. Remember the Bahri
    Dynasty of Mameluks were asian looking kypchak-turks mostly, Burdji Dynasty
    were from Caucasusians. Baibars was a Bahri Mameluk, he was kypchak and
    asian looking by arabian ancient writings. And this is bahris who’ve
    defeated the mongols at Ayn-Jaloot.

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  • kamoonra kemz

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    hello am egyptian and i can say that all your words are true becaus his
    name was “bebars al qopgaki” in arabic

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  • TurkTurkTurkOiOiOi

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    Beybars & Kutuz saved Islam and maybe Christendom

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  • 1PureTurk

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    Mamluk means “slave” or “owned” in Arabic and the Mamluks trace their
    origin to a slave caste of Central Asian Turks bought by the Ayyubid
    sultans. Realizing the military potential of the warlike Turks they quickly
    became the bodyguards and elite shock troops of the Ayyubid dynasty. The
    Mamluks finally grew stronger than their masters overthrowing the last
    Ayyubid Sultan Turanshah in 1250

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  • balkanturkic

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    memluks were mongol ? hahah memluks were from turkic tribes idiotS !

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  • tamunia25

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    Read my comment again. I said there IS a Georgian movie called “Mamluk”. I
    DIDN’T say THIS ONE is a georgian movie. And the Georgian movie that I was
    talking about is about a georgian, who was sold in Turkey and from there in
    Egypt, where he became the head of other mamluks. But it’s just a movie, so
    i recommend to see it.

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  • debashir

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    ridvanco you always screw up things in a wrong direction, kypchak turks
    stand apart from oghuz turks, kypchaks never were oghuz remember that,
    today there is no clear kypchak people as they were existent in 12th AD,
    now most kypchak dialect speaking people are of mixed origin – (kypchak +
    oghuz + others) predominantly with kypchak heritage, kazaks for example
    have some oghuz blood too despite they are distingueshed as pure kypchak
    turks.

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  • ridvanco

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    hahah idiot kyp4aks not mixing peoples! they were oguz for B.C. 300 ! after
    that some oguz tribes going to south (middle asia ) and (huns) kicked
    otcharians ! kypcaks were north oguz(ogurs)!

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  • ᵂᴴᴼ ᶜᵃʳᵉˢ?

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    both mamelukes and mongols kick ass.

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  • Marka Films

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