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PostAuthor: Shirko » Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:25 am

It's good to know that the Ayyubids did'nt kill each other, thanks for that. Here is what I found about Shahab al-Din Suhrawardi death:

" There are several contradictory reports of his death. The most commonly held view is that he was executed sometime between 1191 and 1208 in Aleppo on charges of cultivating Batiniteachings and philosophy, by the order of al- Malik al-Zahir, son of Saladin.
Others traditions hold that he starved himself to death, others till that he was suffocated or thrown from the wall of the fortress, then burned.[16]"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shahab_al-Din_Suhrawardi
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PostAuthor: Piling » Mon Mar 11, 2013 7:22 am

There was a plot against Sohrawardi and many Scholars and fuqaha exiged his execution because of his philosophy that they call 'zandaqa', heretic. Saladin could have wanted to get rid of a trouble maker while he faced another Crusades and lost the city of Saint Jean d'Acre.

It was officially the order of Malik Al Zahir (who was very young at this time) but Salah ad Adin ordered it by writing him three times. Al Malik Al Zahir was very fond of Sohrawardi and he obeyed against his will. Later he became a friend of Ibn Arabî who had troubles with religious authorities also but this time Al Zahir was adult and independent in Aleppo and he protected him.
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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Jun 13, 2013 11:27 pm

My all-time favourite:

QAZI MUHAMMAD

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Sat Jun 15, 2013 12:16 pm

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Nov 02, 2017 5:24 pm

Sad to say, that in the FOUR and HALF years since I started this thread, there has been almost NO action

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Just found this on Twitter so have decided to restart my list of Heroes with:

LEYLA QASIM

During a period in history when society was not acceptant toward women entering the political arena Leyla Qasim dared to play an active role not just in politics but in Kurdish politics.

Leyla Qasim, was born in 1952 to her father Dalaho Qasim and her mother Kani in the Kurdish city of Xaneqin to a very patriotic family. Leyla was one of five children and the only girl in the family.

Her brothers, Sebih, Selam, Sefa and Selah along with Leyla were very dedicated to their education. In 1958, Leyla started her first year in primary school and finished secondary school in Xaneqin.

Despite the fact that Leyla was very young, she was very determined and motivated to work for an INDEPENDENT KURDISTAN and believed in the power of young Kurdish women and men.

In 1970, she joined Kurdistan Democratic Party. A year later she started her studies in sociology at the University of Baghdad.

In 1972 she became an active member of Kurdistan Student Union (Yekiti Qotabi yen Kurdistane). Through KSU is where she met her compatible companion, Cewad Hemewendi. Like Leyla, he was a strong activist for the freedom of Kurds and an independent Kurdistan.

Beyond their love for each other they had a second powerful love, the love of their homeland; Kurdistan. In a time when most were executed to express freely their love for their country, Leyla not only openly expressed her love for Kurdistan but she also proved to many that even women can join the political arena with men and work hand in hand to liberate Kurdistan.

On April 28, 1974, Leyla along with four of her friends (Hesen heme Reshid, Neriman Fuad, Azad Sileman Miran and Cewad Hemewendi) were imprisoned by the unfair Iraqi regime.

Despite the fact that Leyla and her friends were nothing but symbols of freedom and peace, they had become victims of the unlawful Ba'ath party. Even during when the smallest move was under scrutiny by the Iraqi regime Leyla showed absolute courage in front of government officials when questioned. It is said that during her hearing in front of the Ba’ath judge,

Leyla with a loud brave voice said:

“Kill me! But you must also know that after my death thousands of Kurd will wake up from their deep sleep. I am happy that I will die with pride and for an independent Kurdistan!”

Her heroism and brave spirit was an absolute threat to the Ba’ath regime for she was perceived to make a great impact on Kurdish students and Kurdish women and support them to become active figures of Kurdish politics. As a result, in a very short period of 14 – 15 days Leyla in the company of her friend was sentenced to death. Unfortunately, on May 12, 1974 at 7 in the morning Leyla and her friends were executed and added to the list of the Kurdish martyrs.

Her death ignited the Kurdish fire in the hearts of her fellow Kurds and especially the Kurdish students who attended her University. In addition, many of the students soon after joined the Kurdish Peshmerge forces to continue to fight for the struggle that Leyla dedicated her life to.

Leyla’s close family and friends described her as a fearless, intelligent, devoted, soft spoken, sweet Kurdish girl, which is how she will be remembered.

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