"Kim derdi ki KürŞad,kemikle etti O bir kişi değil,O bir devletti Bayraktı,vatandı, Bir candı tepeden tırnağa,kıpkızıl kandı."
Date and place of death: AD 19 May 639
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Kür-sad or Ashina Jiesheshuai (Chinese: Chinese: 阿史那結社率 / Chinese: 阿史那结社率,Pinyin: Ashǐnà Jiēshèshuai, Wade-Giles: Ashihna Chieh-she-shuai, Middle Chinese (Guangyun) [ʔɑʃi̯ə˥nɑ˩ kiet.ʑi̯a˥ʃi̯ue̯t], b: ? – d. 19 May 639) was a member of the Ashina clan of the Eastern Turkic Khaganate and general (Zhonglangjiang) of the Tang dynasty.[
By summer 639, as Ashina Jiesheshuai had not been favored by Emperor Taizong (because he had falsely accused his brother Ashina Shibobi of treason, which Emperor Taizong found despicable), he formed a conspiracy with Ashina Shibobi's son Ashina Hexiangu (Chinese: 阿史那賀暹鶻) to assassinate Emperor Taizong at his summer palace, Jiucheng Palace (九成宮, in modern Linyou County, Shaanxi). They had planned to wait for Li Zhi, the Prince of Jin, to depart from the palace in the morning and use that opportunity to attack the palace. On the day they planned, May 19, Li Zhi did not leave the palace due to a storm. Ashina Jiesheshuai attacked the palace anyway, engaging the palace guards, but the guards were supported by troops who came outside. Ashina Jiesheshuai and his comrades stole some 20 horses from the stable. They fled to the north, but were caught by pursuers near the Wei River and killed. Ashina Hexiangu was exiled to Lingbiao.
After this incident, officials began advocating for the sending of Turks (or Tujue, as they were known to the Chinese) away from the heart of the state. In fall 639, Emperor Taizong created a Tujue prince who had served him faithfully, Li Simo (né Ashina Simo) as the khan of a newly recreated Eastern Tujue state as Qilibi Khan, giving him all of the Tujue and Hu who had surrendered as his subordinates, to be settled north of the Great Wall and the Yellow River. The Tujue people were fearful of Xueyantuo and initially refused to go to their new location. Emperor Taizong issued an edict to Xueyantuo's khan Yi'nan that he and Li Simo keep their peace and not attack each other, and after receiving from Yi'nan the assurance that he would not attack, the Tujue people moved to the new location
Kur-sad (Chieh-she-shuai ) according to Turkish elders;
The great Göktürk state was destroyed, the Turks were dispersed, the rest of them were completely taken into the captivity of China.
The Chinese were gradually infusing Chinese customs to the Turks under their auspices, dressing Chinese clothes, making them speak Chinese, and trying to make them forget their Turkishness ...
the only person in the family was a prisoner of the prince of Gokturk in China
Chieh-she-shuai , the chief guard of the Tang Empire, and his 40 friends took the prince of Göktürk held captive in China and took action to reestablish the Turkish Union.
first the king of china would be captured, then the prince of heaven would be swapped.
the king of china some nights to walk around the city.
Chieh-she-shuai and 40 Turks raided the Chinese Palace. The purposes were to escape by taking the Chinese ruler. However, all the guards and guards in the palace were piled up in front of them.
but these 40 folk spread this courage from language to language, from the province and riots started ...
and these rebellions gave results and fially the second state (kutluk) was established.
kur sad was dead, dead but never defeated
The Turks say; And one day we will hit the knees in the presence of God