Against Smoking. An Ottoman Manifesto

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Ahmad al-Aqhisari
Editor – Yahya Michot

Ottomans initiated the West to the pleasures of opium, coffee and tulips. For their reward, they got literally smoked by Europeans, who started exporting tobacco to Turkey in the early 1600. This book is the first English language translation of the original Arabic critical edition, presented in a scholarly edition, with arguments drawn on the Quran, hadith, medicine and distrust towards the West.

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Ottomans initiated the West to the pleasures of opium, coffee and tulips. For their reward, they got literally smoked by Europeans, who started exporting tobacco to Turkey in the early 1600. This book is the first English language translation of the original Arabic critical edition, presented in a scholarly edition, with arguments drawn on the Quran, hadith, medicine and distrust towards the West.

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Weight 0.38 kg
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Translator

Yahya Michot

Extent

108

Imprint

Kube Publishing

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Binding

Hardback

Isbn

9781847740205

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