The commemoration of the assassination of Abbas Helmy I .. Learn about the most famous assassinations in the world

Assassinations are known as those carried out by those who pursue certain personalities through planning and planning for various reasons, some of which are for political reasons or for other reasons. They are usually carried out with firearms. Today is the anniversary of the assassination of the Governor of Egypt, Abbas Helmy I, was in his palace in Banha on the thirteenth of July 1854 and on this occasion.We name a series of the most famous assassinations around the world.

Malkom X

The well-known American preacher and civil rights activist, Malcolm X, was killed on February 21, 1965 and according to the American newspapers that covered the incident, a group set his house on fire on February 14, 1965, but he and his family set it on fire. escaped, and on the twenty-first of the same month, Malcolm X went up to A-podium in a conference room in New York City to give a lecture in which he appealed to Islam, and during the lecture ‘ a premeditated quarrel broke out in the ninth grade between two attendees, so people turned to her, and Malcolm’s bodyguards tried to control the situation, a man approached the stage and shot him and shot him in the chest. two other men advanced from the platform and rained down on Malcolm with fire, killing him. Malcolm was hit by sixteen bullets in the chest, blood flowed profusely from his body and he died instantly. The killers, who appear to be from the Nation of Islam, were arrested, but they denied receiving orders from Elijah Muhammad because he killed Malcolm X, and they said they did it on their own, and Elijah Muhammad owed nothing.

Martin Luther King

Shortly after 6 p.m. on April 4, 1968, one of the world’s leading civil rights advocates, Martin Luther King Jr., was fatally shot while standing on the balcony outside his room on the second floor of the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee. It. supports the strike of sanitation workers, and while on his way to dinner, he was hit by a bullet that cut his spine, and he was pronounced dead after arriving at a Memphis hospital, and he was 39 years old , according to the History website.

Crown Prince of Austria Franz Ferdinand

World War I started from one incident, the assassination of Austrian Crown Prince Franz Ferdinand, and his wife Sophie, by a Serbian citizen, during an official visit to the Bosnian capital Sarajevo on June 28, 1914, an incident involving a chain of events that led to the outbreak of the First World War.

The Austrian Crown Prince, according to History, traveled to Sarajevo in June 1914 to inspect the imperial armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was annexed by Austria-Hungary in 1908. A young nationalist conspiracy to assassinate the Crown Prince while visiting Sarajevo, 19-year-old Gavrilo Princip manages to shoot the royal couple at close range and kill both of them instantly.

The assassination set in motion a rapid series of events, as Austria-Hungary immediately blamed the Serbian government for the attack, with large and powerful Russia supporting Serbia, and Austria asking for assurance that Germany would intervene on its side against Russia and its allies, including France and possibly Britain.

John Kennedy

The assassination of John F. Kennedy remains among the greatest mysteries in American history that will never be solved. On November 22, 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald shot US President John F. Kennedy in Dallas (although some believe he was not the only one to be shot), and on November 1963, before Oswald was tried, Oswald was shot by nightclub owner Lily Jack Ruby. shot dead, after which Ruby died on January 3, 1967 of lung cancer.

Abbas Helmy I

Abbas Helmy I was assassinated on the thirteenth of July 1854, and according to the book “The Search for the Old Papers” by Mustafa Nasr, Abbas had a retinue of the Mamluks who brought them near him and brought them in line and from they had the characteristics of his servants, and they had such a rank that he gave them high military ranks. They were incompetent and deserving, and they had a great man of his servants named Khalil Darwish Bey, and he had that Mamluks abused so that they could beat him by muttering and muttering, because he was young, and he was angry with them and sent them to his master, and he ordered that they be whipped, so that they were whipped and their took off their robes, and dressed them in robbery, and sent them to the stables to serve the horses, but Mustafa Pasha, the governor’s treasurer, took pity on them, and therefore he asked for forgiveness for them. , so Abbas responded and forgave them and gave them back at their service Al-Sarawi, one of whom is called Omar Wasfi, and the other is Shakir Hussein, and they all agreed to kill him, as was Abbas’ habit when he slept to give him two sons of to guard his kingdoms, and on this night the two boys called to guard him, so the conference attendants came while he slept, they were killed and then they instructed the boys to run away, run away.

Julius Caesar

On March 15, 44 BC, Julius Caesar was attacked by a group of Roman senators, including Brutus, who was Caesar’s friend, after which he fell dead.

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