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I think that the age of treason is no less than the age of human beings on this earth.However, philosophers and thinkers agree that there is no clear definition of it.Ragheb al-Isfahani, who died nine hundred and eleven years ago, says: “ Treason is a violation of the right to veto the covenant in secret. ” Westerners say that “treason is a breach of the social contract.” All human laws regard treason as a big crime, and the Islamic religion stresses that it is forbidden repeatedly in the Koran and the authentic hadiths.
Some racial racists attribute the origin of infidelity to one or another people, but infidelity, like worms, is inherent in all human beings of different cultures and convictions, and is frequently resorted to where morality is weak or non-existent.
I do not want to put the cart in front of the horse. I pretend that the Ottomans are one of the most powerful powers in this world to invest in treason. All I will do is show you something from their history since their invasion began five centuries ago.
In 1516, the Ottoman sultan Selim I sent a threatening letter to the Mamluk Sultan Qansuh al-Ghuri, asking him to voluntarily enter his rule, saying: “After that, God inspired me to own the country east and west, as it was owned by Alexander Zulkarnain. You have a mandate, and I am the son of a king to twenty too »!
However, Selim I did not write this provocative message until after his army prepared for the invasion and invested his money in treason, as his spies bought the receivables of some of the top Mamluk princes. When al-Ghuri went to Bilad al-Sham to repel the invaders and the two armies met in Marj Dabiq on August 8, 1516, treason had already settled the battle. One of the Ottoman officers described how betrayal played their part in Salim I’s victory: “Khayer Bey and Jean Bardi al-Ghazali Bey, a leader of Sultan Qansuh al-Ghuri, run away to take their men to us. This betrayal changed the form of the sign and was the basis of our victory ».
The invaders rewarded their agents and appointed the first governor of Egypt and the second governor of the Levant. The Egyptians mocked Khayer Bey and called him Khayin Bey.
In 1517 the Ottomans invested in treason again when they bought the leader of the Bedouin tribe of Awlad Marei.He handed them over to Sultan Toman Bay, after his defeat in the battle of al-Ridania which he fought against them.Sultan Selim executed him and suspended his body at Bab Zewaila in Cairo.
The great historian Ibn Iyas described the atrocities committed by the Ottomans in the Levant and Egypt, and likened it to Hulagu’s invasion of Baghdad. Ibn Eyas describes the looting of the Ottomans to Cairo, saying: «Boats Selim bin Othman even carried windows and iron doors and doors and ceilings. Selim carried with him overland a thousand camels – as was rumored – loads of gold, silver, antiques, Chinese weapons and copper, and then took horses, mules, camels and luxury marble, and everything is best. As well as the sheep of his ministers of the great money, as well as his military, they took the sheep of countless looting, and became less individual of them greater than a prince ».
Today, the neo-Ottomans are investing in the betrayal of the so-called Free Army and other mercenary factions. We refer them to what civil rights advocate Ellen Roosevelt (1884-1962) said:
«If a person betrayed you once, this is his sin, but if he betrayed you twice, this is your sin.

Translated from Alwatan News Syria

Investing in treason – Al Watan Newspaper

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