This article examines an eminent Ottoman journalist's writings on urbanism. Ebüzziya Tevfik, a polyvalent intellectual of the late Ottoman Empire, was a pioneer in the field of printing and was also known as a prolific writer. In the aftermath of the Young Turk Revolution of 1908, he penned some 26 articles on urbanism. This corpus reflects Ebüzziya Tevfik's perception of urbanism as a question of civilisation.
L’urbanisme et la Civilisation selon Ebüzziya Tevfik (1849–1913)
Wang Zhen, Alfred Tovias, Peter Bergamin, Menachem Klein, Tally Kritzman-Amir, and Pnina Peri
Palestinians. Chapters 3 to 5 deal with the first Zionist immigration wave, while chapter 6 is about Herzl and the establishment of political Zionism. Chapter 7 deals with the second wave of Zionist immigration and the impact of the Young Turk Revolution of
citizenship defined as being at the intersection of Turkish-Muslim identity. The 1908 Young Turk Revolution, led by the Committee of Union and Progress (CUP), initially preached a message of “freedom and equality” for all the subjects of the Empire regardless