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Hayreddin(Barbaros)Episode 1 With English, Urdu Subtitles Free of Cost

Hayreddin Barbarossa was born “Khizr” in the Ottoman-ruled town of Palaiokipos on Lesbos sometime in the late 1470s or early 1480s. His mother was a Greek woman from Lesbos, and his father Yakup was a converted Muslim sipahi (contracted soldier) who may have been of Albanian ancestry and participated in the Ottoman navy’s capture of Lesbos. They had four boys—Ishak, Oruç, Khizr, and Ilyas—all of whom would go on to become well-known corsairs. Khizr was the third of these sons. It’s also important to mention that Turkish seamen, many of whom reside in the Black Sea region, have a tradition of naming their sons after Khizr and his brothers.

Yakup, a potter, taught his sons how to sail as a part of their family business by using a boat to market his items across the island and to other places. Before turning corsairs in the Mediterranean to launch counterattacks against the privateering Knights Hospitaliers based in Rhodes, all four Barbarossa brothers—”Barbarossa” being an alias for Khizr and Oruç due to their orange-colored beards—sailed for years as sea traders. The four brothers collaborated on the enterprise and ran it in various regions of the Mediterranean.

Oruç, the captain of the Barbarossa corsairs, was also known as “Baba Oruç” (Oruç the father) because he used his fleet to aid Muslim refugees fleeing Christian butchery in Andalusia in reaching North Africa. Another explanation for the moniker given to Oruz and Khizr by Christians is that they misheard the name “Baba Oruç” as “Barbarossa.” Following the “Reconquista,” the Portuguese and Spaniards started attacking Muslim North African coastal cities in an effort to gain even more, which prompted the Ottomans and the North African emirs to exact revenge. Bayezid II’s son Ahzade Korkud employed Oruç and Khizr to obstruct Spanish and Portuguese trade in the western Mediterranean. But Selim I put an end to Korkud’s life once he was crowned in 1512; as a result, Oruç 

In 1516, the Barbarossa brothers launched an assault on Algiers and captured it from the Spanish authorities, taking over as the actual rulers of the area. Due to this circumstance, the Ottomans renewed their agreement with the Barbarossa brothers, who were at the time the most well-known corsairs in the Mediterranean. As a result, the Ottoman Empire appointed Khizr as the chief sea governor of the Western Mediterranean, which helped him become the most powerful sea lord of the 16th century, while Oruç was designated as the bey (the officially recognised ruler) of Algiers.

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Barbaroslar (Hayreddin) Season 2 Release Date is 15 December 2022

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