Movement of Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani (1902-1914) A.D.

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Title: حركة الشيخ عبدالسلام البارزاني (1902 - 1914)م
Researcher: Matin Fadhel Taha
Supervisors: Ibrahim Aladel Almursi, Riyad Mohammed Alrefai
Thesis Type: Master
Year: 2017
Pages: 226
Language: Arabic
University: Mansoura University
Country: Egypt
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Abstract:

The first chapter entitled (Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani development and formation), which included the home of Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani and its origin and factors affecting the formation of his personality. – Chapter II entitled (Conditions of Kurdistan before the emergence of the movement of Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani) and the Kurdish people were suffering from bad economic conditions and tribal conflicts by Iran and Turkey. – Chapter III Title (Naqshbandi and the emergence of the role of Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani in southern Kurdistan), and includes the chapter how the spread of the Sufi method in the Kurdistan of Iraq, and how the method and inherited from the Ottoman state to the elders of Barzan and then recognizes Sheikh Abdel Salam Meshicha Barzan and how the impact of those The way on the area in the presence of Qadiriyah way. – The fourth chapter entitled (Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani movement and its reformist foundations), which included the reforms of Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani social and political, which he made after Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani received the way from his father Sheikh Mohammed, and thus highlights the role of Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani in the region as a national advocate , And the chapter also includes the introductions of Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani movement and the gathering of tribes around him. – Chapter V title (the rise of the movement of Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani and its end) and includes the preparation of the armed movement against the group of the Union and promotion, and the occurrence of side battles, but the movement of Sheikh Abdul Salam did not withstand much in front of the Ottoman forces stationed in the mandate of Mosul led by the Ottoman governor Suleiman Nazif Pasha, The execution of Sheikh Abdul Salam Barzani, the chapter also includes an assessment of the movement of Sheikh Abdul Salam, according to the writings of historians.