Ottoman Cricket Club, established in 1882, South Africa.  "Slaves organized sports among themselves during the years of apartheid. The name of the club was derived from the Ottoman Empire. Two of Abu Bakr Effendi's students started this cricket club back in 1882." -Ottoman Cricket Club President Rydwaun Salie.

Ottoman Cricket Club, established in 1882, South Africa. "Slaves organized sports among themselves during the years of apartheid. The name of the club was derived from the Ottoman Empire. Two of Abu Bakr Effendi's students started this cricket club back in 1882." -Ottoman Cricket Club President Rydwaun Salie.

Cultural Studies,Ottoman Empire,Ottomans,Masters

The standard of the first Ottoman Caliph Sultan Selim I represents the Zulfikar sword of ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib. This flag carried to Egypt by Selim I (1466-1520)

The standard of the first Ottoman Caliph Sultan Selim I represents the Zulfikar sword of ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib. This flag carried to Egypt by Selim I (1466-1520)

Prince Feisal, third son of Hussein bin Ali, Sharif of Mecca, who - with "Lawrence of Arabia" as an advisor - led the "Arab Revolt" against the Ottoman Empire, Lowell Thomas

Prince Feisal, third son of Hussein bin Ali, Sharif of Mecca, who - with "Lawrence of Arabia" as an advisor - led the "Arab Revolt" against the Ottoman Empire, Lowell Thomas

Girl students of middle school, Eyüp Rüsdiyesi.Abdullah Frères, 1880-93.

Girl students of middle school, Eyüp Rüsdiyesi.Abdullah Frères, 1880-93.

Unknown Artist, Tapestry Panel with Inscription, 600-700 AD | Harvard Art Museums/ Sackler Museum

Unknown Artist, Tapestry Panel with Inscription, 600-700 AD | Harvard Art Museums/ Sackler Museum

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