By Hasan Kayali
Arabs and younger Turks is key for an realizing of up to date concerns reminiscent of Islamist politics and the ongoing crises of nationalism within the center East.
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37] The grand sharif of Mecca, for example, ordered anyone talking about the constitution to be flogged and was further encouraged by Governor Ratib Pasha to try to win over the tribes against the constitution. On the other hand, army officers responded to the news with enthusiasm and energy. They established impromptu local Committees of Union and Progress, often with the participation of government functionaries, and led popular demonstrations in favor of the new regime. In Greater Syria the response was relatively more enthusiastic in coastal regions compared with the interior, where established landed families viewed the developments in Đstanbul with reservations.
Erif Mardin, Jön Türklerin Siyasi Fikirleri, 1895–1908 (Ankara, 1964), 17; Karl Blind, “Young Turkey,” Fortnightly Review 66 (1896): 835. Mardin mentions, however, that Ghanem was in charge of the French bulletin La France Internationale, which was published in France with funding from Abdülhamid (Jön Türklerin, 17). Hourani, Arabic Thought, 264. See his memoirs, Ahmed Rıza Bey’in Anıları (Đstanbul: Arba, 1988), 10. Ahmed Rıza was the leader of the procentralization faction of the Young Turks.
II/16, 24 January 1878. Hourani, Arabic Thought, 139. , 269. Sylvia G. , Arab Nationalism: An Anthology (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1964), 27; Tibawi, 184; Hourani, Arabic Thought, 272. Dawn, Ottomanism, 135–41. Berkes, 314–15; David Kushner, The Rise of Turkish Nationalism, 1876–1908 (London: Frank Cass, 1977), 27– 30. A. D. ), 70–71. Ercümend Kuran, “The Impact of Nationalism on the Turkish Elite in the Nineteenth Century,” in Polk and Chambers, 114. Abu Manneh, “Sayyadi,” 148.
Arabs and Young Turks: Ottomanism, Arabism, and Islamism in the Ottoman Empire, 1908-1918 by Hasan Kayali