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Reşid Mehmed Pasha[edit]

Reşid Mehmed Pasha, also known as Kütahı (Greek: Μεχμέτ Ρεσίτ πασάς Κιουταχής, 1780 - 1839) was a prominent Ottoman general and Grand Vizier in the first half of the 19th century, playing an important role in the Greek War of Independence.

Early life[edit]

Reşid Mehmed was born in Georgia, the son of a Greek Orthodox priest. As a child, he was captured as a slave by the Turks, and brought to the service of the then Kaptan Pasha, Koca Mehmed Hüsrev Pasha. His intelligence and ability impressed his master, and secured his rapid rise. At only 29 years, he was appointed governor of Kütahya, from where he acquired his sobriquet.

In 1820, he was sent by Sultan Mahmud II, along with many other pashas, to quell the rebellion of Ali Pasha of Yannina against the Porte. At the same time, the Greeks were preparing their own uprising, which broke out in March 1821. Thus, after the defeat and death of Ali Pasha in 1822, he was at hand to campaign against the Greek rebels.

Operations in Epirus - First Siege of Messolonghi[edit]

Having been appointed commander-in-chief of the Ottoman forces in Epirus, he marched south, to meet the Greek forces under Alexandros Mavrokordatos which were campaigning towards Arta. He inflicted a crushing defeat upon them in the Battle of Peta, on 4 July 1822, and proceeded southwards, to the strategically important town of Messolonghi. There he was met by Omer Vryonis, and their joint force of 8,000 besieged the city for two months, from 25 October to 31 December 1822. Omer Vryonis, contrary to Reşid Mehmed's view, initially tried to take the town by negotiations, which the besieged Greeks took advantage of, dragging them out until November 8, when they were reinforced by sea, at which point they refused to negotiate further. The siege began in earnest, and the two pashas scheduled their main assault for Christmas night, December 24, calculating that the Greeks would be caught by surprise. The plan was leaked to the defenders, and the attack failed. Six days later, the siege was lifted.

Campaign in Thessaly[edit]

After the failure at Messolonghi, Reşid Mehmed moved against the mountainous region of Magnesia, which he managed to subdue. For his success, he was appointed governor of the sanjak of Trikala, and was finally appointed commander-in-chief of all Ottoman forces in Rumelia.

Third Siege of Messolonghi[edit]

From this position he was tasked by the Porte with taking Messolonghi and thus securing western Greece. Reşid Mehmed assembled an army of more than 35,000 and in February 1825 he set out for Messolonghi. On arriving there on April 20, he immediately invested the town with earthworks and subjected it to heavy bombardment. However, despite his efforts, the Greek garrison, aided by raids from the Greek bands behind his lines and resupplied by the Greek fleet despite the Ottoman naval blockade, resisted effectively. In the end, he was forced to call upon the assistance of Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt, whose army had been victorious against Greek forces in the Morea. The Egyptian forces arrived in early November, but a split occurred between the presumptuous Ibrahim and Reşid Mehmed, who withdrew his forces. After the Egyptians failed too in their assaults, Ibrahim acknowledged his error. The two pashas now cooperated, and the siege was intensified. The seaward supply route was cut, forcing threatening the defenders with starvation. Finally, they attempted a desperate escape, breaking out through the besieging forces, on the night of 10 April 1826. The sortie resulted in a massacre of the defenders, and Messolonghi fell to the Ottoman forces.

Campaign in Attica[edit]

After this success, Reşid Mehmed turned towards Attica and Athens, where he arrived in July. He besieged the Greek garrison on the Acropolis unsuccessfully for ten months, until his unexpected victory over a Greek relief force at the Battle of Phaleron on 24 April 1827 forced the Greeks to surrender the fort.

After the Greek Revolution[edit]

A distinguished general, Reşid Mehmed fought in the Russo-Turkish War, where he was defeated by General Diebitsch at the Battle of Kulevicha. Subsequently, he was appointed Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire, a post he held from January 1829 to 17 February 1833. From that position, he led the Ottoman armies in Anatolia in the Egyptian-Ottoman War, but was captured by the forces of his old antagonist, Ibrahim Pasha, at the Battle of Konya in 1832. Appointed commander-in-chief of the Anatolian armies, he campaigned against the Kurds, and died at Sivas in 1839.

Family and children[edit]

One of his wives was Başak Kadın,the Mother of his son Mahmud Bahattin (1817 - 1899). She was the daughter of "Sultanzade Küçük Ahmed", and a Grandchild of "Emetullah Sultan",youngest daughter of Mustafa II. Mahmud Bahattin's son was Ilhami(1849 - 1906).The Mother of Ilhami was "Açelya", a Krymchak Jewess.The Krymchaks are a community of Turkic-speaking adherents of Rabbinic Judaism living in Crimea.

Ilhami's son was HE Damat Mehmed Ali Pasha Karakoç Beyefendi,married Her Royal Highness Princess Fehime Sultan,descendant of Hasan Paşa,the founder of the last Mamluk Dynasty in Iraq.

Living descendant is HIH Prince Timur Can Efendi.

Notes and sources[edit]

Mamluk dynasty of Baghdad[edit]

The 'dynasty of Hasan Pasha' was a Georgian Muslim dynasty in Iraq (1704-1831).[edit]

After early as the 17th century,Pasha in Basra and Baghdad from the Ottoman had been temporarily independent, established by 1704, the Ottomans, under Ahmed III. appointed as governor Hasan Pasha (1704-1723) the power of the Mamluk in Bagdad.Hasan was born into a Christian family from Georgia, and was with about 13 years into slavery sold.As Janissaries he got duch special services in high Ranks up. The pasha of Baghdad in the aftermath gained considerable autonomy, but had to continue to recognize the suzerainty of the Ottomans. Under Hasan's son, Ahmad Pasha (1723-1747) was defeated in 1733 an attack by the Persian Nadir Shah in Baghdad. After the death of Ahmad Pasha, the Ottomans did try to regain control of Baghdad to win, but had 1749 Suleiman Pasha, the son in law of Ahmad (accept 1749-1762) as governor. Under him the province of Basra to Baghdad was united.

Under Büyük Suleiman Pasha (1780-1802), the dynasty reached its climax when pacified the country and a substantial building program was initiated. 1801 was also an attack by the Wahhabis on the Iraq will be successfully resisted, although these, the destruction of Shiite shrines Najaf and Kerbala succeeded.Daud Pasha should be the last Mamluk ruler. The continuing modernization policy of Suleiman the Great, he was) still in repeated conflicts with the various forces in the troubled region, ie the Arabian tribes, the priesthood, the Kurds and the Persians (1818 conquest of Sulaymaniyah. 1830 was adopted in Istanbul to break the final decision, the annoying Mamlukenherrschaft in Iraq and to subjugate the province once again of direct rule of the Sultan. After a messenger had been executed with the dismissal document Daud in Baghdad, took an Ottoman army under Ali Rida Pasha of Aleppo to Baghdad. The defenders, weakened by flooding and disease, soon surrendered. Daud was rested, and spent his life as a religious guards in Medina, where he died 1851st Iraq, however, was since the creation of a governor of the sultan in 1831 again firmly in the hands of Istanbul. 1831, Iraq was occupied by Ottoman troops, and again placed under the central government after a plague epidemic, the rule of the dynasty had weakened considerably. In Baghdad, had survived from a population of 80,000 only 27,000 people.

Rulers[edit]

Marriages and offspring of Daud Pasha[edit]

His fourth wife was HH Nuray Kadın Efendi:

  • His Royal Highness Prince Abdul Malik Paşazade (Sarayı Palace Baghdad, Iraq, Baghdad (1831 - 1904 Haskovo, Bulgaria) First wife: HH Mariyah Kadın Efendi,had a son. His second wife, HH Neslihan Kadın Efendi, a daughter.His third wife: HH Menekşe a daughter.


    • His Royal Highness Prince Paşazade Mahmud Kamaleddin Efendi, (1874 - 1927) . First wife: HH Ipek Kadın Efendi, and had a son.
      • His Royal Highness Prince Paşazade Şaban Efendi (1909 - 1981) married His Royal Highness Princess Nemzade Hatice Hanımsultan Kadın Efendi (1913 - 2000).

Listed:



      • Her Royal Highness Princess Nemzade Hatice Hanımsultan Kadın Efendi (1913- 2000) married , His Royal Highness Prince Paşazade Şaban Efendi:
        • His Royal Highness Prince Paşazade Mustafa Efendi (1935 - 1999), only female offspring.
        • Her Royal Highness Princess Kıymet Sultan, female offspring. She lives in Istanbul, Turkey)
        • His Royal Highness Prince Paşazade Sefer Efendi (1940 - 1942)
        • His Royal Highness Prince Paşazade Sebahattin Efendi (Babaeski, (1945 - 1998)Göppingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, buried in Babaeski), which remained in Germany and founded his family, married in Simbach am Inn, Bayern, on 18 December 1948, at HH Meryem Gül Hanim Efendi, born Rosemary Linhardt (18 December 1948):
          • HIH Princ Paşazade Timur Can Efendi (b. Schwabisch Gmund, Baden-Wurttemberg, 24 May 1978). On his ninth birthday, he was ceremoniously circumcised in Istanbul, he lives in Germany.

List of candidates since 1831[edit]

Below is a list of contenders to the throne following the abolition of the Mamluk Pasha status since 1831:

  • Daud Pasha (1831 - 1851)
  • Abdulmalik (1851 - 1904)
  • Mahmud Kamaleddin (1904 - 1927)
  • Mamlûk Şaban (1927 - 1981)
  • Mamlûk Mustafa (1981 - 1999)
  • Timur Can (since the death of his uncle, Mustafa 1999 --

Eh?[edit]

  1. What are you talking about? I didn't delete any page of yours. As I am not an administrator, I can not delete a page either way.
  2. If you don't like Wikipedia, I am afraid that's your problem, not mine.
  3. civility is the basis of communication between Wikipedia users. Please respect that.
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Regards, Constantine 16:21, 28 September 2009 (UTC)


You are Greek, and so are full of hatred for the descendants of Resid Pasha

Really? Well, I didn't know that I hated them, thanks for telling me, I'll be sure to do so in the future... Also, because I did not know I hated them so much, I was the one who actually created the article on Reshid Mehmed Pasha... Get real for heaven's sake... Constantine 15:27, 29 September 2009 (UTC)

If you think anything better to know I will certainly not quarrel.

On this page readers can read the correct Stoy.


Zibi Fer


September 2009[edit]

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Do what you want, I know better than you.

Here on my site, readers can read the true story.

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I find it very unfair, if we make effort to write an article and then it is deleted. Zibi Fer

If you follow policy and provide sources for what you write, then that wouldn't happen. Wikipedia has rules; you are not exempt from them. Eeekster (talk) 07:09, 30 September 2009 (UTC)
Seconding Eeekster: This isn't personal. But entries on Wikipedia must be verifiable. Without references, it's impossible to tell what is factual from what is speculation from what is outright lies or vandalism. I don't believe you are lying or vandalizing, but an article without sources is indistinguishable from a purely fictitious article. The moment you start including sufficient (or even a few starting references) in your work, we'll gladly leave the article alone. Editors rarely delete notable information supported by appropriate references. ShadowRangerRIT (talk) 13:26, 30 September 2009 (UTC)
Zibi Fer, the issue has been explained to you at some length. Please a) do not remove cited information and b) find some reliable sources for the family. No one here opposes your edits because we hate you, this family or anyone else, but you have to provide at least some sort of evidence other than your word that this is true. Regards, Constantine 14:24, 18 October 2009 (UTC)
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Hello, Zibi Fer. You have new messages at Jeff G.'s talk page.
You can remove this notice at any time by removing the {{Talkback}} or {{Tb}} template.

"My problem" has been explained to you again and again, not just by me but by other users as well. You have to provide sources, and another Wikipedia article written by yourself, which is also completely unreferenced, is not a reliable source. Furthermore, you make no claim of notability for any of his supposed descendants, and the info that any of his current descendants live or who they are is not a piece of knowledge that should go into an encyclopedia article, unless they were somehow important. For instance, you claim princely titles for them, but without a recognized, third-party source, we cannot accept them here. What you claim may be true, or it may be complete fabrication. Constantine 06:33, 4 November 2009 (UTC)

Look, if you expect to go far in life with comments like "As I say you are Greek and we know the thoughts of the Greeks on Muslims", then you'll be disappointed. FYI, I am Greek, but totally indifferent to whether someone is Christian, Muslim, Buddhist or Atheist. As for why you would make something like this up, you'd be surprised at the stuff some people have been trying to introduce here. If I knew you personally, or if you were an editor of long and good standing, I'd accept this on good faith. But you are not, and Wikipedia guidelines demand a reliable source, otherwise anyone could go about adding their own family trees to historical people's articles. Once you provide one, there will be no problem. Constantine 06:37, 6 November 2009 (UTC)
I didn't necessarily mean you specifically, it was a general comment. Constantine 11:01, 7 November 2009 (UTC)

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Ertuğrul Hayme Hatun
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1.
Osman I
Sultan
(1281-1326)
Mal Sultana
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2.
Orhan I
Sultan
(1326-1359)
Nilufer Sultana
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Murad I
Sultan
(1359-1389)
Gulcicek Hatun
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Bayezid I
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(1389-1403)
Devlet Hatun
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Mehmed I
Sultan
(1413-1421)
Emine Hatun
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Murad II
Sultan
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Huma Hatun
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Mehmed II
Sultan
(1451-1481)
Gulbahar Sultan
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Bayezid II
Sultan
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Ayse Hatun
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Selim I
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Caliph
(1517-1520)
Hafsa Hatun
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Suleiman I the Magnificent
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(1520-1566)
Hurrem Sultan (Roxelana)
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Selim II
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(1566-1574)
Afife Nur Banu Sultan
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Murad III
Sultan-Caliph
(1574-1595)
Safiye Sultan
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13.
Mehmed III
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(1595-1603)
Handan Sultan
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Ahmed I
Sultan-Caliph
(1603-1617)
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Mustafa I
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Osman II
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Murad IV
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(1623-1640)
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Ibrahim I
Sultan-Caliph
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Saliha Dilasub Sultan Hatice Muazzez Sultan
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Mehmed IV
Sultan-Caliph
(1648-1687)
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Suleiman II
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(1687-1691)
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Ahmed II
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Mustafa II
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(1695-1703)
Sehsuvar Valide Sultan
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Mahmud I
Sultan-Caliph
(1730-1754)
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Osman III
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(1754-1757)
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Ahmed III
Sultan-Caliph
(1703-1730)
Rabia Sermi Sultan
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Mustafa III
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(1757-1774)
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Abdul Hamid I
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(1774-1789)
Naksidil Valide Sultana
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Selim III
Sultan-Caliph
(1789-1807)
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Mustafa IV
Sultan-Caliph
(1807-1808)
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Mahmud II
Sultan-Caliph
(1808-1839)
Pertevniyal Valide Sultan
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Abdülmecid I
Sultan-Caliph
(1839-1861)
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Abdülaziz
Sultan-Caliph
(1861-1876)
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Murad V
Sultan-Caliph
(1876)
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Abdul Hamid II
Sultan-Caliph
(1876-1909)
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Mehmed V
Sultan-Caliph
(1909-1918)
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Mehmed VI
Sultan-Caliph
(1918-1922)
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Abdülmecid II
Caliph
(1922-1924)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • "Sultans". Website of the 700th Anniversary of the Ottoman Empire. Retrieved 2008-08-19. 
  • "Ottoman Family Tree". Official website of the immediate living descendants of the Ottoman Dynasty. Retrieved 2008-08-19. 

May 2010[edit]

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Speedy deletion nomination of Fehime Kadın Efendi[edit]

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A tag has been placed on Fehime Kadın Efendi requesting that it be speedily deleted from Wikipedia. This has been done under section A7 of the criteria for speedy deletion, because the article appears to be about a person or group of people, but it does not indicate how or why the subject is important or significant: that is, why an article about that subject should be included in an encyclopedia. Under the criteria for speedy deletion, such articles may be deleted at any time. Please see the guidelines for what is generally accepted as notable, as well as our subject-specific notability guideline for biographies. You may also wish to consider using a Wizard to help you create articles - see the Article Wizard.

If you think that this notice was placed here in error, you may contest the deletion by adding {{hangon}} to the top of the page that has been nominated for deletion (just below the existing speedy deletion or "db" tag - if no such tag exists then the page is no longer a speedy delete candidate and adding a hangon tag is unnecessary), coupled with adding a note on the talk page explaining your position, but be aware that once tagged for speedy deletion, if the page meets the criterion, it may be deleted without delay. Please do not remove the speedy deletion tag yourself, but don't hesitate to add information to the page that would render it more in conformance with Wikipedia's policies and guidelines. Lastly, please note that if the page does get deleted, you can contact one of these admins to request that they userfy the page or have a copy emailed to you. Constantine 16:31, 19 May 2010 (UTC)

Nuvola apps important.svg Please do not add unsourced or original content, as you did to Sultanzade Hüseyin Hayreddin Bey Efendi. Doing so violates Wikipedia's verifiability policy. If you continue to do so, you may be blocked from editing Wikipedia. This is also a problem on Nemzade Hatice Hanımsultan. Until you start providing references for your material, I'll just keep stubbing down the articles. They shouldn't even exist (since even the basic information is unreferenced), but stubbing is a compromise on the off chance that a competent editor eventually fills in the data with references.ShadowRanger (talk|stalk) 17:07, 27 May 2010 (UTC)

Redirection of Sehzades:Imperial Princes[edit]

Hello! This is to let you know that I recently redirected the article Sehzades:Imperial Princes, which you created, to Line of succession to the Ottoman throne, since the articles seem to duplicate one another. In particular, the section Line of succession to the Ottoman throne#Line of succession today seems to me to be essentially the same content as your article. The only information that will be lost, as far as I can tell, is the information of spouses and children of the Sezhades. If you disagree with this redirect, or have any ideas on merging the remaining content, drop me a note at my talk page or be bold and fix it. Thanks, --Cerebellum (talk) 22:30, 1 February 2011 (UTC)

Nemzade Hatice Hanımsultan[edit]

An article you have contributed to on Nemzade Hatice Hanımsultan has been archived in case of deletion at a link that I am not supposed to tell you because it's spam. Please message or email me if you wish to hear about my Wikia site.

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Mike James Michael DuPont (talk) 22:20, 5 July 2012 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Hüseyin Hayreddin[edit]

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The article Hüseyin Hayreddin has been proposed for deletion because of the following concern:

no assertion of notability, as one of dozens of various sultans' grandsons and granddaughters no inherent notability in his position.

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You may prevent the proposed deletion by removing the {{proposed deletion/dated}} notice, but please explain why in your edit summary or on the article's talk page.

Please consider improving the article to address the issues raised. Removing {{proposed deletion/dated}} will stop the proposed deletion process, but other deletion processes exist. In particular, the speedy deletion process can result in deletion without discussion, and articles for deletion allows discussion to reach consensus for deletion. Constantine 10:21, 6 November 2012 (UTC)

ArbCom elections are now open![edit]

Hi,
You appear to be eligible to vote in the current Arbitration Committee election. The Arbitration Committee is the panel of editors responsible for conducting the Wikipedia arbitration process. It has the authority to enact binding solutions for disputes between editors, primarily related to serious behavioural issues that the community has been unable to resolve. This includes the ability to impose site bans, topic bans, editing restrictions, and other measures needed to maintain our editing environment. The arbitration policy describes the Committee's roles and responsibilities in greater detail. If you wish to participate, you are welcome to review the candidates' statements and submit your choices on the voting page. For the Election committee, MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 13:48, 24 November 2015 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Mehmed Ertuğrul Efendi[edit]

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The article Mehmed Ertuğrul Efendi has been proposed for deletion because of the following concern:

Completely unsourced. Fails Wikipedia:GNG. The subject has done nothing special except being born and going to exile.

While all constructive contributions to Wikipedia are appreciated, content or articles may be deleted for any of several reasons.

You may prevent the proposed deletion by removing the {{proposed deletion/dated}} notice, but please explain why in your edit summary or on the article's talk page.

Please consider improving the article to address the issues raised. Removing {{proposed deletion/dated}} will stop the proposed deletion process, but other deletion processes exist. In particular, the speedy deletion process can result in deletion without discussion, and articles for deletion allows discussion to reach consensus for deletion. Keivan.fTalk 21:08, 11 February 2017 (UTC)