HomeBEYOND TURKEYThe Middle East: From Empires to Fragmentation

The Middle East: From Empires to Fragmentation

Western structures such as the United Kingdom, the United States, the European Union; They have no tolerance for union formations other than themselves.
The Turks prevented the Chinese from descending into the Middle East with the Talas War (740) and the Byzantines with the Seljuk expansion (1000s). Thus, the two imperial empires were prevented from descending to the center of the world.
UNITY
  • Turkish/Arab (Talas, 741): China was prevented from landing in the Middle East. Instead, the Turks landed in the Middle East.
  • Turkish/Arab/Kurdish: Fatih, Akşemsettin, Molla Gürani, Istanbul was conquered. (1453)
  • Turkish/Kurdish: Caliphate and conquest of Egypt. Yavuz Sultan Selim (1517)
  • Turkish/Kurdish/Armenian: Conquest of Anatolia (1071)
  • Turkish/Kurdish: War of Independence. Eastern Anatolia (1919)
  • Turkish/Greek: Fatih/Patriarch Gennadios, Dimitri Kitsikis, Turkish-Greek empire: A look at Ottoman history in the light of the reality of the intermediate region
Middle Eastern Empires:
  1. Kingdom of Egypt, 1450 BC
  2. Hittite Empire; 1340 BC
  3. the Kingdom of Israel; 1050 BC
  4. Assyrian Empire, 721 BC
  5. Babylonian Empire; 600 BC
  6. Persian Empire; 550 BC
  7. Macedonian Empire; 336 BC
  8. Roman Empire ; 44 BC
  9. The Byzantine Empire; AD 565
  10. Sassanid Empire; AD 610
  11. Umayyad Empire; AD 750
  12. Seljuk Empire ; 1100 AD
  13. Crusader Kingdom; AD 1140
  14. Saladin’s Ayyubid Empire; AD 1187
  15. Mongol Empire; AD 1279
  16. Ottoman Empire ; AD 1700
  17. Independent States: AD 1971
In the Age of Empires, which started with the Kingdom of Egypt in 1450 BC and ended with the Ottoman Empire in 1920;
– A total of 16 Empires
– 15 of these empires, excluding the Kingdom of Israel, are related to the territory of Turkey.
– North (Turkey) centered empires: Hittite, Byzantine, Seljuk, Ottoman: 4
– South centered empires: 7
– East centered empires: 3
– West centered empires: 2
Total: 16
Although the centers of the Empires in the South, East and West directions are scattered, all 4 Empires in the North direction are centered in TURKEY.
ANATOLIA, starting from HİTİT in 1350 BC; It has become the control-command center of the Middle East.
Two of these empires were the TURKISH EMPIRE; Seljuk and Ottoman.
In no other part of the world have layer-by-layer empires overlapped and wealth accumulated in this way.
The Ottoman Empire had the accumulation of 15 Middle Eastern Empires behind it, and the West, which decided to end this huge wealth and accumulation, achieved its goal in October 1918.
Among the Middle Eastern Empires, the Ottoman Empire reached a record for 620 years, the region was torn apart by its destruction, and as a result, there was a century-long war, chaos and massacres.
The unjust hegemony of the West has turned the region into a bloodbath.
Fragmentation of the Middle East Union:
  1. 1922 Egypt
  2. 1923 Turkey
  3. 1925 Iran
  4. 1932 Arabia
  5. 1932 Iraq
  6. 1946 Jordan
  7. 1946 Syria
  8. 1946 Lebanon
  9. 1948 Israel
  10. 1951 Libya
  11. 1956 Morocco
  12. 1956 Sudan
  13. 1956 Tunisia
  14. 1961 Kuwait
  15. 1962 Algeria
  16. 1967 Yemen
  17. 1970 Oman
  18. 1971 UAE
  19. 1971 Bahrain
  20. 1971 Qatar
1450 BC
                      KINGDOM OF EGYPT
1340 BC
HIITITE EMPIRE
1050 BC
KINGDOM OF ISRAEL
600 BC
Babylonian Empire
550 BC
PERSIAN EMPIRE
336 BC
EMPIRE OF MACEDONIA
44 BC
ROMAN EMPIRE
AD 565
THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE
AD 610
SASANI EMPIRE
AD 750
Umayyad Caliphate
1100 AD
SELJUK EMPIRE
AD 1140
THE KINGDOM OF THE CROSSES
AD 1187
SELAHATTIN EYYUBI EMPIRE
AD 1279
MONGOLIAN EMPIRE
AD 1700
OTTOMAN EMPIRE
AD 1971
INDEPENDENT STATES
Middle East
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHJLzP8q790
By Bilge Tonyukuk Institute at September 02, 2015
RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular