, known as S̲h̲ehbenderzāde, a Turkish journalist who first achieved prominence after the revolution of 1908, when he returned to ¶ Istanbul from exile in Fezzan, and started a periodical called
Ittiḥād-i Islām . He also contributed to
Taṣwīr-i Efkār , and, later, the weekly
Ḥikmet [see d̲j̲arīda , iii], and wrote a considerable number of books, some of which were published. These include a history of Islam and books on the Sanūsī order and on Ibrahim Güls̲h̲anī [
qq.v.]. He died in 1913. (Ed.) Bibliography Babinger, 397
ʿOt̲h̲mānli̊ müʾellifleri, ii, 156-7.