Real History of Ibn Arabi - An Important Character of Dirilis Ertugrul Season

Real History of Ibn Arabi - An Important Character of Dirilis Ertugrul Season

Real History of Ibn Arabi - An Important Character of Dirilis Ertugrul Season 

The audience was attracted to the Dirilis Ertugrul Season on the Turkish TRT Channel, describing how Ertugrul Ghazi, leader of the Kayi Tribe, made possible for the Ottoman Empire to establish it under the leadership of Osman Ghazoi who ruled the entire world for nearly six centuries. 


An actor named Osman Soykut entered the series at Dirilis Ertugrul Season and portrayed an important character Ibn Arabi of the history of the series.



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p>After Ibn Arabi and his spirituality had been seen in Dirilis Ertugrul Season. People started to study this important character. 


So, I've been collecting information about Ibn Arabi such as who was Ibn Arabi. 


On the base of the Ottoman Empire, what role was Ibn Arabi playing? 

What was Ibn Arabi's connection to Kay's Ertugrul Bey? 

How about Ibn Arabi's death? 

Where is the tomb of Ibn Arabi? 

There are curious details here.






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Who was Ibn Arabi?

"And Ibn Arabi, a great Sufi mystic, a philosopher, and a poet and a scholar, was named after him.

"“Abū ʿAbd Allāh Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī ibn Muḥammad ibnʿArabī al-Ḥātimī aṭ-Ṭāʾī” was the full name of Ibn Arabi, With his extraordinary works of some 800, of which 100 are still present in his original manuscript, he influenced the Muslim world.


Born in Murcia, al-Andalus (Spain), on 26 July 1165 Ibn Arabi was born. Ibn Arabi, a saint, also known as "Shaykh al-Akbar" and "Muhyiddin" is considered "the greatest master of faith." 

He is renamed Shaikh-e-Akbar Muhi-ud-Din ibn-e-Arabi, in the Middle-East. Ibn Arabi was a member of the Tai'i (Tayy) Arab tribe. The North African Berber was his mother.



Ibn Arabi's father, "Ali ibn Mu dimmed," was a servant of Muhammad Ibn Said Ibn Mardanish who was then ruler of Murcia. 

His father moved with his family to Seville, after ibn Said had passed away in 1172, to Almohad Sultan Abū Yaaqûb Yūsuf I. 

Ibn Arabi has spent nearly thirty years there. It was like a court of justice. He was also educated there for military purposes. In pursuit of great spiritual masters, he traveled across Spain & Africa to study.

In the course of those years, Ibn Rushd (Averroes, 1126–98) had the opportunity to meet in Córdoba with the great Aristotelian philosopher once. 


Indeed, his dad, Ibn Rushd's close friend, arranged the meeting in advance. This was the chance for Ibn Arabi to reflect on the spiritual path and devote his life to the Sufism. 

It was also recorded that the mystic scope of Ibn Rushd was greatly overwhelmed. Later, Ibn Arabi traveled to Morocco at Fez to become his spiritual guide for Mohammed ibn Qasim al-Tamimi.

He left Murcia in 1198 CE and started his East tour. In 1201 CE, he first started a biographer's pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj), then he started his main work "Al-Futû alternativelyāt al-Makkiyyah" published in Damascus much further. 

It consists of Ibn Arabi's impressions of esoteric sciences in Islam and his life. He lived in Mecca for nearly 3 years. 

During that period, Ibn Arabi also acquainted with a girl of great beauty. He eternalized her memories in a collection of poems “Tarjumān al-ashwāq; (The Interpreter of Desires)”. Because of this, he also had to experience conflicts.

Then he traveled to Egypt the same year, in the year 1201CE, before reaching Anatolia where he met in Konya with Al-Dîn Al-Qūnawî. 



His successor in the East was Al-Qūnawī. In 1223 CE a long pilgrimage was completed, but this remaining reputation spread across the Islamic world. Ibn Arabi also arrived in Damascus after visiting Baghdad and Aleppo.  After that, although he was teaching and writing he spent his rest in Damascus.


And that was when in 1229 CE his other most significant work of mystical philosophy was "The Bezels of Knowledge." "Fu Arabi Base in Pakistan" was also translated to Urdu in 2015 as CE. Ibn Arabi was buried in Damascus, Syria, on 16 November 1240 CE.

If the believer understood the meaning of the saying ‘the color of the water is the color of the receptacle’, he would admit the validity of all beliefs and he would recognize ALLAH in every form and every object of faith.” (Ibn ‘Arabi, Fusûs al-Hikam)

Did Ibn Arabi meet with Ertugrul?


It is highly unlikely that he met Ertugrul Ghazi of the Kayi tribe if we explore the history of ibn-Arabi. As I have already pointed out, the Kenyan kingdom of ibn Arabi was an important successor, so Ibn Arabi seems to have expected the new empire as the Kingdom of Seljuk had just ended. 

He also spoke about a young man who will create and fulfill the hadeeth of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) (so that he can establish an empire that will last for centuries) on the conquest of Constantinople. 

That is why the Ottoman Empire was inherited by the opening revelation of Ibn Arabi, Shaykh al-Akbar, and also took his teachings and commands.

ALLAH Knows The Best.

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