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Teskilat Season 3 In Urdu Subtitles By Makki Play Three-fourths of our earth is covered by water and only one-fourth is dry. That is, seventy-five percent of the land area is covered by water, which consists of various oceans, rivers, and forests. Teskilat Season 3 In Urdu In this way, the importance of transportation and transportation of water resources has been known since the beginning of the Muslim era. This is the reason that from ancient times to modern times, a strong and powerful navy has been considered an essential part of any strong Sultanate in every era.

Jahaz Rani has been of interest to Muslims since the beginning and they have led other nations, especially European nations, in this art for centuries. Their ships used to travel from the Persian Gulf to China and Japan via the Indian Ocean.

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Muslim ships brought spices and other trade goods from India and the Far East and sold them on the European coast at a good price. During this period, when the European ships started robbing the merchant ships of the Muslims in the Roman navy, the Muslims regularly armed the merchant ships in the form of naval warships to defend themselves. Along with defense, these warships sometimes take offensive actions and attack European ships. European historians call this "Muslim piracy".

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Episode 30In the 13th century AD, a name named Ottoman Sultan Suleiman Alishan, the emir of the sea, showed his power in Rome as the naval commander of the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman.

Because of this historians still remember him as Suleiman Alishan. His name is "Amir-ul-Bahr Khair-ud-Din Pasha Bar-Bros" One of the commanders whom the Muslim rulers defeated in Europe is Khair-ud-Din Bar-Bros. For centuries to come, the Belial had maintained its power in naval Rome, which is why European historians present Barbarossa more as a naval pirate than as an Ottoman emir of the sea.

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The most famous movie series of the present time is Pirates of the Caribbean. The first film of this series was released in 2003. The story of this entire series revolves around sea piracy, the villain of the film is the captain of a naval ship.

who robs various ships and is involved in other criminal activities related to seafaring the villain's name is Captain Hector Barbos.

Although the character is not portrayed as a Muslim, the filmmakers are demonstrating traditional religious prejudice by using the name "Bar Bruce".

A great Muslim gave proof of historical significance by associating the name Jahaz Ran with the character of a bloodthirsty pirate. However, the name Barbarus is very rare in history.

And apart from Khairuddin Barbarossa, the name of a famous historical figure who rarely appears in naval history, several characters from the film series are different from the Pancho film.

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But the role of Captain Hector Barbus or Barbro is in the Pancho movie. Let's take a look at Barbarossa's life to see if he was really just a pirate.

Khair al-Din Pasha Barbarossa was born in 1475 AH and passed away in 1546 AH. He was a Turkish Kazakh who, after the fall of the Ottoman Empire, became the head of the Ottoman Empire's naval forces and ruled the Roman Sea for several decades.

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Born in Lisbos. He was transferred to Istanbul. His original name was Khazer Yaqoob Oghloo (Khazer Ibn Yaqoob). The title of Khair al-Din is the great Ottoman ruler Sultan.

Sulaiman Qawni gave it. He got the name of Barbarossa from his elder brother, Baba Uruj (Aruj Rais), who was martyred by the Spanish in Algeria. Three centuries after his death, his successors continued to plunder Rome's coastal towns and villages.

Khadhar Chal was one of the brothers Ishaq, Aruj and Ilyas who was born in the 1470s to Yaqoob Agha and his Christian wife Katreen. Some historians consider Ya'qub a soldier as some say he was part of the Ottoman army in the town of Vardar near Salonika.

At first the four brothers worked as traders and sailors in the eastern seas of Rome, and later as Cossacks, where they came into conflict most often with the island of St. John's on the island of Rhos. Ilyas was killed in this war while Aruj was captured and sold as a slave after being held captive in Rahwaz. He managed to escape from a life of slavery and first

Italy and then reached Egypt. The Mamluk Sultanate

Qaqsuh succeeded in meeting Ghori, who gave Aruj a ship to attack the Christian-held islands of Bahyr Rum.

By 1505, Aruj had acquired three more ships and succeeded in establishing a garrison on the island of Jarba, whose fortunes moved the caravan westwards in the Roman Sea. From 1504

During the 1510s, he became famous when he led the Muslims who had been expelled from Spain to North Africa after the fall of Granada. His treatment of the Spanish Muslims was so good that he became famous among them as Baba Aruj and this is Baba Aruj.

In Spain, Italy and France it became Barbarossa.

The only way to save Algeria from Spain was to join the Ottoman Empire, so Barbarossa presented Algeria to the Ottoman Empire. The Sultan recognized Algiers as an Ottoman province and appointed Aruj the "Pasha' of Algiers" and "Naval Governor of Rome in the Western Sea". . In 1516 A.R., Aruj conquered the island and killed King Bin Baitha. He wanted to conquer other cities as well, but in 1518 he was killed along with his brother Isaac during a battle against the Spanish forces that came to help the local leader. He was 55 years old.

After Bhai's death, Khair al-Din continued his policy of bringing oppressed Muslims from Spain to North Africa, thanks to which he gained the support of a large number of anti-Spanish Muslims. In 1519, he defeated a joint Spanish-Italian army attempting to occupy the island. In 1529 he also captured a Spanish fort on a coastal island. In 1530, Andrea Aurea attempted an attack to defeat Barbarossa, but fled before Barbarossa's fleet arrived.

In 1532, Suleiman the Great asked Barbarossa to Istanbul to form the Ottoman fleet. The Sultan appointed Barbarossa as Admiral Pasha (Admiral-in-Chief) of the Roman Navy and Belerbe (Commander-in-Chief) of North Africa and entrusted him with the command of the fleet. Barbarossa first attacked the coast of southern Italy and captured Tunis in 1534 AD.

Hafsi Sultan Maulay Hassan escaped. Moulay Hasan sought the help of Challis-Panjm to regain his Sultanate, and a great army of Spain and France took Tunis from Barbarossa in 1535, including Bona and Mahdi.

In 1537, Latfi Pasha and Barbarossa led a formidable Ottoman army against the Ionian Islands and southern Italy.

 And Barbarossa took Corfu from the Sultanate of Venice, on which Pope Paul III formed an alliance against the Ottomans in February 1538.

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The armies of Rome, Spain, the Roman Empire, Venice and Malta were included, but in September 1538, Barbarossa defeated the combined Christian army at the Battle of Preveza under the command of Andrea Mathia. Thanks to this victory, the Turks enjoyed complete superiority in the sea for the next 33 years (until the Battle of Lapanto in 1571).

In 1543, Barbarossa launched a new campaign in the western seas of Rome with a large fleet and attacked the islands and coastal areas of Italy and Spain. He captured the French coastal city of Nice. He spent his winter season in Toulon and in the following spring he defeated the combined team of Spain and Italy in one order and the state.

Attack to the heart of Napoli. It is an Italian city

He threatened to attack Genoa, but refrained from the attack in return for releasing three thousand ducats and his lieutenant and friend Targht Rais. After his capture in 1540, Targht was imprisoned in Genoa and worked as a slave on a ship. After that, he responded well to several Spanish attacks in southern France and reached Istanbul in 1544 after the treaty between Challis V and Suleiman the Great.

Barbarossa was defeated in Istanbul in 1544 and was appointed to succeed his master Hasan Pasha in Algiers. He also edited his autobiography "Ghuzwat Khairuddin Pasha" which consists of 5 handwritten volumes. The volumes of this biography are available today in Topkapi Mall and Istanbul University Library.

In 1546, Khair al-Din Pasha Barbarossa moved to his residence on the banks of the Bosphorus in Istanbul. His shrine is located near the Turkish Naval Museum in Istanbul. Many ships of the Turkish Navy have the same names. Even today, a ship of the Turkish Navy passes through the Bosphorus Strait and salutes at his tomb.

As a result of the conquests of Barbarous, Bahira Middle, which was the only trade route between the East and the West, remained under the control of the Muslims for three hundred years. States like Britain, France and the Netherlands are paying taxes to the Ottoman Sultanate for passing their ships from here. You may be surprised to know that the first American president, George Washington, used this naval force to agree to a non-aggression pact with the Muslims. This treaty is the only treaty in nearly two centuries of American history in a language other than English. This treaty was also unique in that it required the US government to pay regular taxes to the other state every year.

Ghazwat Khairuddin Pasha:

This book was written by Khairuddin Barbarossa to his fellow writer and poet "Muradi" on the order of Sultan Suleiman Khan.

This book was written in the prevailing Turkish language during the time of Sultan Suleiman Khan, different versions of this book are available in many libraries such as Istanbul, Berlin, Cairo, Madrid, Paris, Vatican etc. The script is considered to be the oldest. But nothing can be said with certainty about its first script which was spelled by Khairuddin Barbarossa.

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