The most important region where is oil outside the U.S. was the Middle East that is center of world trade routes. Most important oil regions in the Middle East was Azerbaijan and Iraq dominated by the Turks. For this reason, both in Western countries has increased interest in the Middle East as well as the Ottoman Empire that is state of the Turks has encountered significant political issues and was dismemberment of his territory.Here, are on the basis of 3 important questions that we have been living in the Middle East in the last century and we will live next years.
is the next chapter in the extraordinary and chilling life story of author Latif Yahia. Having escaped the brutal Iraqi regime through Northern Iraq with the help of the CIA in 1992, Latif touched down in Austria. Having family in the pristine and picturesque city of Vienna, Latif is somewhat reassured that his life will be calmer now without Uday Saddam Hussein and his hedonistically violent lifestyle. Alongside Latif is Nusa, a hired girl, a plaything and ego boost for her Baghdadi clientele, although she has never been mentioned in Latif's past works the reasons for her concealment become apparent as the story unfolds. Unfortunately life was never to become the idyll that Latif desired, his knowledge or perceived knowledge of the inner Iraqi regime was to become his saviour and his tormentor. This, left him chained and unable to move forward, as much as he wished to forget, his handlers wanted to know more. Latif became almost a prized item in the world of International Intelligence with nearly all of the world's Intelligence agencies vying for his allegiance, his pleas for neutrality and normality unheard. Ultimately Latif was to pay the price for his uncooperative stance; ten and a half months were spent in a covert Austrian/CIA prison cell in solitary confinement, until by chance his freedom was assured by a visiting judge. One would think that after such events Latif's life may take a quieter turn, this was not to be the case, the game of cat and mouse that played out across the breadth of Europe was interspersed by the tragic death of Latif's beloved father, several assassination attempts and the murder of his first real love a Saudi Arabian Princess Latif Yahia's previous books have sold over one million copies worldwide in twenty languages.
It is the only book which
enables the reader a deep and comprehensive view of Islam as religion, practices
and a way of life.
Taking in consideration that
there are many books on variety of Islamic issues, still, this is almost the only
book that enables a comprehensive overview of Islam covering all of its
different aspects and sides. Besides, it explores profoundly the Islamic
practices and their argumentations towards women, violence, sex and many other
controversial issues around Islam.
It explores in a new and unique
way the Islamic rituals (especially the five prayers) in a way the exposes the
beauty and secrets of Sufism in its practical form, mixing between practice and
theory as it is felt and done by the leaders of Sufism in their most rightful
The book is meant to be an enchanting
art piece. Its layout and illustrations were innovated by German arts and
designers to provide the reader with enjoyable read experience.
It analysis also the motivations
and argumentations the terrorism considers in the name of Islam.
The variety of the topic
discussed in the book and the way of dividing and classifying them makes it a
good page turner.
is the first of 3 autobiographical books chronicling Latif Yahia’s incredible life story.
It vividly describes how Latif was forced to become Uday Hussein’s ‘fidai’ (body double) and gives a unique insight into the extreme extravagance and cruelty of the Saddam regime.
Latif survived assassination attempts and witnessed Uday’s psychotic temper, rapes, orgy parties, torture atrocities, and sadistic murders. The book has recently been made into a highly acclaimed movie.
THE BLACK HOLE:
gives a fascinating account of what happened to Latif in Europe after he escaped from Iraq. How he was treated by western governments and the CIA. How Uday sought revenge on Latif and vice-versa. How he was offered a British passport by Saudis to murder a dissident and how they beheaded Latif’s Saudi princess lover. How Latif made and lost a fortune. How he strived in vain for a peaceful life and survived 4 more assassination attempts.
Forty Shades of Conspiracy:
brings Latif’s story right up to date by detailing his time in Ireland. His run-ins with drug-dealers, Corrupt Irish Garda officers and Irish politicians who continually denied him Irish citizenship.
His despair as a beggar on the streets and the happiness he found after he met the love of his life. His reaction to Uday and Saddam’s deaths and his opinion on the current political situation in Iraq all makes fascinating reading.
In 1987, Latif Yahia was taken to Saddam's headquarters to meet Uday, Saddam's eldest son, and told that a great honour had been bestowed upon him: that because of the great likeness between them, he had been chosen to be Uday's double.
For many Iraqis it would have been the highlight of their lives, but for Latif, a peace-loving man who did not agree with Saddam's brutal regime, it was not. He refused. Following a week of torture, and realising he would be killed if he continued to refuse, Latif was forced to accept the role.
After a gruesome training programme during which he was made to watch over thirty films of torture, hours of tapes of Uday, and undertake a final remodelling of his appearance, Latif was deemed ready.
But it was only after the final test, a meeting with Saddam himself, that Latif made his first public appearance. And so began his life as Uday's double - a life on the perimeter of the inner circle of Saddam's eldest son, a witness to the horror of his insane life of debauchery, excess and brutality, and an experience for which he almost paid with his life on more than one occasion.
The main subject of this book is discussing Hadith of the pond of Khumm according to Sunni documents. In order to do so, Amini has gathered the narrations of 110 companions (Sahaba) as well as 40 followers of Muhammad about the event. He then states the related Hadiths narrated by 360 Hadit narrators between 2nd to 14th centuries of Islamic calendar. Since Sunni Muslims - unlike Shia Muslims - do not consider Ali as the successor of Muhammad, Amini in his book has tried to prove Ali's succession based on Sunni documents. Amini, in writing the book, traveled to different countries in order to take advantage of the libraries there among which were India, Iraq, Pakistan, Morocco, Egypt and some others.
Urdu translation of Al-Ghadir has been done by Adeeb-e-asr Allamah Syed Ali Akhtar Rizvi, a Twelver Shī'ah scholar, speaker, author, historian and poet.
On the request of Grand Ayatollah Naser Makarem Shirazi he stated translation in year 1990. The first volume of which published in year 1991 then in 2010 the complete set of volume got published.
Kitapta yer alan hikayeler, sadece çocuklar için değil, gençler ve tamamen olgunlaştığını düşünen yetişkinler için de çok önemlidir. İnsanın beden yaşı her zaman ilerler ancak Akıl yaşının ne kadar ilerlediğini sadece bilgi ve tecrübesi gösterir.
Bu küçük kitap, bu amaca yönelik olarak hazırlanmış örnek bir çalışmadır. Çocuklar için önemli görülen bazı temel konular, şiirlerle desteklenerek anlatılmaya çalışılmıştır. Dil ve üslupta mümkün olduğunca Arapça, Farsça kelimelerden ve karmaşık dinsel kavramlardan uzak durulmuştur.
Bu kitap, Arapçayı öğrenmek veya geliştirmek isteyen herkes içindir. Açıklamalar, İngilizce ve Türkçe olarak iki dilde yapılmıştır. Eğer sadece İngilizce veya Türkçe bilseniz de Arapçanızı kolayca geliştirebilirsiniz. Tabiatıyla bu kitap Arapçayı karşılaştırmalı olarak öğrenmek isteyenler için çok yararlı olacaktır. Kitabın metodu, diğer geleneksel Arapça gramer kitaplarından çok farklıdır. Bütün konular birçok örnekler ve açıklamalarla anlatılmıştır. Bir dil öğretiminde Öğrenme Sıralaması çok önemlidir.