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Requested article: 1812 Ottoman Empire plague epidemic
In 1812 there seems to have been a significant plague outbreak in the Ottoman Empire, which seems to have begun in Constantinople and traveled to other parts of the empire including Egypt, and later also spread outside of the empire's borders.
It seems to have had a massive impact, but it is barely covered on Wikipedia. There's an article about Caragea's plague which hit Wallachia (then an Ottoman vassal) in 1813–14, and I am currently in the process of writing an article on the 1813–14 Malta plague epidemic. Both seem to have derived from the 1812 Constantinople outbreak (it arrived in Malta via Egypt).
I think it would be useful if there would be an article covering the entire outbreak - would any members of this WikiProject be willing to help out? A source about the outbreak in Odessa can be found here.
- I created a stub at 1812–19 Ottoman plague epidemic. Any further expansion is very welcome! Xwejnusgozo (talk) 18:57, 15 March 2020 (UTC)
Definitive list of the Sheikh-ul-Islams of the Ottoman Empire?
I found differences between the ENwiki List of Sheikh-ul-Islams of the Ottoman Empire and the TRwiki tr:Osmanlı şeyhülislamları listesi. Is there a definitive list of Sheikh-ul-Islams that can be used to check this?
Category:Demographics of the Western Balkans has been nominated for discussion
Category:Demographics of the Western Balkans has been nominated for possible deletion, merging, or renaming. A discussion is taking place to decide whether this proposal complies with the categorization guidelines. If you would like to participate in the discussion, you are invited to add your comments at the category's entry on the categories for discussion page. Thank you. Place Clichy (talk) 14:57, 5 June 2020 (UTC)
Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Aurat (word)
The terms "Aurat", "Arvad", "Avret", and "Awrath" may refer to: Women of Asian religious or cultural descent and identity.
Self nomination for AFD since article copy pasted to Draft:Aurat for incubation because IMHO current article title Aurat (word) is misleading and confusing leading to western systemic bias and stifling the article growth. Please find Detail reason at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Aurat (word)
About Person is famous
Hello can I ask if this person has a notability to has a page in this wiki,
He is a well-known author and journalist and translator, and he has 2 books in amazon and kobo store And yeniakit newspaper one of the famous newspaper in turkey talked about him also When you search for his name on Google " ali al suleiman kimdir hayati " you will see Featured Snippets information about him appear on the first page https://www.yeniakit.com.tr/haber/ali-al-suleiman-kimdir-1281918.html https://www.thefamousbirthdays.com/people/ali-al-suleiman https://www.arageek.com/bio/ali-al-suleiman https://www.timeturk.com/ali-al-suleiman-kimdir/haber-1510243 https://www.agridahaber.com/biyografi/gazeteci-yazar-ali-al-suleiman-kimdir-h108080.html https://www.agrisoz.com/ali-al-suleiman-kimdir-73585h.htm https://www.biyografya.com/biyografi/23516 https://aliqtisadi.com/شخصيات/علي-السليمان/ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm11203196/
also, see these links also arageek They wrote about him because he is also a noteworthy and well-known figure
− you can see his social media also
Reorganize Wikipedia:WikiProject Ottoman Empire as a task force of Wikipedia:WikiProject Former countries?
Dear users of WikiProject Turkey:
At Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Former_countries#Make_WikiProject_Ottoman_Empire_a_task_force_of_Wikipedia:WikiProject_Former_countries? I have left a proposal to convert Wikipedia:WikiProject Ottoman Empire into a task force of Wikipedia:WikiProject Former countries. I asked this project (as Turkey was the most integral part of the Ottoman Empire) and several other projects to get further feedback. Please let me know if you have questions, comments, or objections. @Quantocius Quantotius:
Article requested for review
The author of Draft:Ali AL-Suleiman is requesting review. Please check underlying sources for notability.