Bassem Fleifel

Bassem Fleifel
American University of Beirut | AUB · University Libraries, Jafet Memorial Library

PhD in Modern and Contemporary History & Bachelor of Law. Beirut Arab University.

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Introduction
Bassem Fleifel. Historian, Researcher, and Wikimedian. Received a Bachelor in Law from Beirut Arab University in 2010; A Masters and PhD degree in Modern and Contemporary History from the aforementioned university, in 2019. My main field of expertise is Ottoman History. Well informed in other Islamic eras.
Education
September 2016 - March 2019
Beirut Arab University
Field of study
  • Modern and Contemporary History
September 2011 - February 2015
Beirut Arab University
Field of study
  • Modern and Contemporary History
September 2007 - June 2010
Beirut Arab University
Field of study
  • Law

Publications

Publications (7)
Presentation
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Jafet Library's word during the inauguration of Dr Ahmad Olabi's Exhibit on Monday 27 June 2022, at Jafet Library, American University of Beirut.
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Muhammad Ali Pasha, Wāli of Egypt, served the Ottoman Empire admirably both in Arabia and Morea, fighting the Wahhābis and the Greek revolutionaries. He hoped that in return, the Sultanate would reward him with another Eyalet to rule alongside Egypt, but that never happened. Since Muhammad Ali had far-reaching political ambitions, he decided to ann...
Preprint
Osman I. or Osman Bay was the leader of the Kayı Turkic clan, one of the border governors for the Sultanate of Rûm, and the founder of the Ottoman dynasty that ruled over the Balkans, Anatolia, the Levant, and North Africa for 600 years until it expired with the establishment of the Turkish Republic in 1922. This Article addresses his life, time, a...
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Muhammad Ali Pasha, Wāliof Egypt, served the Ottoman Empire admirably both in Arabia and Morea, fighting the Wahhābis and the Greek revolutionaries. He hoped that in return, the Sultanate would reward him with another Eyalet to rule alongside Egypt, but that never happened. Since Muhammad Ali had far-reaching political ambitions, he decided to anne...
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Osman I. or Osman Bay (full form: Abū al-mulūk al-Sulṭān al-ghāzī Fakhr al-Dīn QaraʻUthmān Khān al-awwal bin Ertuğrul bin Sulaymān Shāh al-qayawi al-Turkumānī), was the leader of the Kayı Turkic clan, one of the border governors for the Sultanate of Rûm, and the founder of the Ottoman dynasty that ruled over the Balkans, Anatolia, the Levant, and N...
Thesis
The Ottoman Empire was the last great mega power in the Middle East, North Africa and the Balkans. The Arab regions of Iraq, the Levant, Hijaz, Bahrain, Egypt, as well as the Near and Middle Maghrib formed a major part of it for four hundred years out of six hundred that made up the life of the empire. The Lebanese provinces and emirates, together...
Thesis
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This Thesis is concerned with how the people of Beirut, modern capital of the Lebanese Republic, reacted towards the revolution against Sultan Abdülhamid II, 34th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, in 1909, which led to his dethronement and the seizure of total political power by the Committee of Union and Progress (İttihad ve Terakki). The city of Beir...

Projects

Project (1)
Project
An ebook that details the history of the early Islamic conquests, since the passing of Prophet Muhammed ﷺ up till the early Abbasid era.