Who was Ertugrul Ghazi?
Ertugrul Ghazi is the founder of the Ottoman Empire. He was born in 1191 AD and died in 1280 AD. Some books state that he had 1281 sons.
And your third son Osman established the Khilafah in 1291, ie 10 years after the death of his father Ertugrul.
The same empire then defended the Muslim Ummah with the swords of these Turks for 600 years, from 1291 AD to 1924 …
With it, the Prophet’s Mosque. Modern construction of Golden Dome and Masjid Haram. Shrine of Hazrat Amir Hamza. A magnificent canal to Mecca. Lead plywood wall around the shrine of Prophet. Performed great feats such as the train project to Mecca …
Ertugrul Ghazi’s family
Ertugrul Ghazi’s family came here from Central Asia and his ancestor Oghuz khan had twelve sons from whom these twelve tribes were formed, one of which was the Kayi tribe to which Ertughal Ghazi belonged. Your father’s name was Suleiman Shah. Ghazi had three other brothers, Sarem, Zuljan, and Guldaro. His mother’s name was Haima.
Your tribe first came from Central Asia to Iran than from Iran to Anatolia to deal with the Mongol invasion ….. where Sultan Allauddin was the Sultan of the Seljuk Empire. And this Seljuk Turkish Empire was founded by Sultan Alp Arslan in 1071 by defeating Byzantine in the battle of Manzikert and Sultan Alp Arslan was a great figure in history. And going forward of the same empire, Sultan Allauddin.
Ertugrul Ghazi and Al Aziz grandson of Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi
These 12 tribes lived under the shadow of the same Sultan Allauddin. And after the death of his father Suleiman Shah, he became the chief of this Qai tribe. First came Ahlat, then from Ahlat went to Aleppo in 1232, where Al-Aziz, the grandson of Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi, ruled.
First of all, Ertugrul rescued Aziz from the traitors in his palace Then he befriended her and then married Sultan Allauddin’s niece Halima Sultan…
Which gave you three sons, befriending the Ayubians and the Seljuks, Conquered a stronghold of the Crusaders near Aleppo, then became very close to Sultan Allauddin.
In the area of Sogat (where Ertugrul is said to have met Seljuk Sultan) there is a small mosque named Ertugrul and a shrine which is said to have been built for him by Ertugrul’s son. And then in which Osman’s son Arhan added.
Caroline Finkel writes that this mosque and shrine have been worked on so many times that no trace of it has survived since its first construction, so it cannot be said with certainty that any building dates back to the Ottoman period.