history of hunger / And the helper king
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The story of generosity and kindness of Sultan Abdul Majid I to the hungry people of Ireland
sultan Abdul Majid was the sultan of the Ottoman Empire who succeeded his father Sulta Mahmud ||, in 1839,
Irish people sent letters to the Sultan, We nobles and the people of Ireland would like to thank the overwhelming help of the Ottoman Sultan during the famine. the overwhelming response of the Ottoman Sultan in the form of this assistance set an example to other European countries. Many are saved and saved from the dying of hunger, for this timely action. we thank them on behalf of [the Irish people] and hope that the Ottoman Empire and his power are saved from the suffering that befell us,
the London Times newspaper, April 21, 1847, writes, The Sultan and the people of Ireland. A letter from Constantinople [Istanbul] mentions that the Emperor, with great praise for him, while listening to the sufferings of the Irish people, provided assistance through the dear Mr. Wellesley amounting to 1,000 Pounds Sterling.A relief agency in England at the time, the British Relief Association in 1849 gave praise to the Sultan, His Majesty, Sultan. a donor of £ 1,000, who with his great example, followed by other nations, established relations with the people of the British Empire with the sympathy, humanity and friendship of mankind.
From the good that is done by the sultan Abdul Majid is bringing the usual impact among the europeans.
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