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Shaikh Ibrahim al-Haidari (died after 1860) was an Ottoman historian and anthropologist of the mid-19th century in Ottoman Iraq. He has been cited as "one of the most perspicacious historians of the period". Based in Baghdad, he was the author of a noted regional history of Baghdad, Basra, Kuwait and Najd in 1860, in which he "sought to recreate a regional world, tying southern Iraq to Kuwait, Arabistan/Khuzistan and central Arabia.

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  • إبراهيم فصيح الحيدري
  • Shaikh Ibrahim al-Haidari
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  • إبراهيم فصيح بن صبغة الله الحيدري البغدادي المعروف بإبراهيم فصيح الحيدري، ولد في بغداد عام 1235هـ/1820م. وهو أديب ومؤرخ عراقي ولد في مدينة بغداد ونشأ فيها، وعائلته من أصول كردية، وسافر إلى الاستانة وعاش فيها، وتولى نيابة القضاء في بغداد، ولهُ مؤلفات في التاريخ والفلك.
  • Shaikh Ibrahim al-Haidari (died after 1860) was an Ottoman historian and anthropologist of the mid-19th century in Ottoman Iraq. He has been cited as "one of the most perspicacious historians of the period". Based in Baghdad, he was the author of a noted regional history of Baghdad, Basra, Kuwait and Najd in 1860, in which he "sought to recreate a regional world, tying southern Iraq to Kuwait, Arabistan/Khuzistan and central Arabia.
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  • إبراهيم فصيح بن صبغة الله الحيدري البغدادي المعروف بإبراهيم فصيح الحيدري، ولد في بغداد عام 1235هـ/1820م. وهو أديب ومؤرخ عراقي ولد في مدينة بغداد ونشأ فيها، وعائلته من أصول كردية، وسافر إلى الاستانة وعاش فيها، وتولى نيابة القضاء في بغداد، ولهُ مؤلفات في التاريخ والفلك.
  • Shaikh Ibrahim al-Haidari (died after 1860) was an Ottoman historian and anthropologist of the mid-19th century in Ottoman Iraq. He has been cited as "one of the most perspicacious historians of the period". Based in Baghdad, he was the author of a noted regional history of Baghdad, Basra, Kuwait and Najd in 1860, in which he "sought to recreate a regional world, tying southern Iraq to Kuwait, Arabistan/Khuzistan and central Arabia.
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