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Sati' Al-Husri
Sāṭi` al-Ḥuṣrī ( ar, ساطع الحصري, August 1880 – 1968) was an Ottoman Empire, Ottoman, Syrian and Iraqi writer, educationalist and an influential Arab nationalist thinker in the 20th century. Early life Of Syrian descent, Al-Husri was born in Sana'a, Yemen Vilayet, Yemen, to a government official from a wealthy Aleppo, Aleppine family. Frequent moving meant that he never received a formal education from a madrasah but instead spent his formative years studying at the Mekteb-i Mülkiye, a public administration college in Constantinople. Before studying the Arabic language, he learned Turkish language, Turkish and French language, French. When he spoke, he reportedly had a Turkish accent.Dawisha, p.49. Career as an educationalist In 1900, he graduated from the Royal Academy, and worked as a schoolteacher in Ioannina in Janina Vilayet, Epirus, then part of the European territories of the Ottoman Empire. During this period, he began to show an interest in questions ...
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Sati Al-Husri
Sāṭi` al-Ḥuṣrī ( ar, ساطع الحصري, August 1880 – 1968) was an Ottoman Empire, Ottoman, Syrian and Iraqi writer, educationalist and an influential Arab nationalist thinker in the 20th century. Early life Of Syrian descent, Al-Husri was born in Sana'a, Yemen Vilayet, Yemen, to a government official from a wealthy Aleppo, Aleppine family. Frequent moving meant that he never received a formal education from a madrasah but instead spent his formative years studying at the Mekteb-i Mülkiye, a public administration college in Constantinople. Before studying the Arabic language, he learned Turkish language, Turkish and French language, French. When he spoke, he reportedly had a Turkish accent.Dawisha, p.49. Career as an educationalist In 1900, he graduated from the Royal Academy, and worked as a schoolteacher in Ioannina in Janina Vilayet, Epirus, then part of the European territories of the Ottoman Empire. During this period, he began to show an interest in questions ...
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Young Turks
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League Of Nations Mandate
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Damascus
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Faisal I Of Iraq
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Ottoman Syria
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Arabism
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Ottomanism
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Muallim
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