A rare book in the Ottoman language is the one and only edition of the commentaries on the Arabic poem Banet Suad and was printed in Mecca by the Press of the Hejaz Vilayet.
The author of the poem was Ka‘b ibn Zuhayr, a contemporary of the Islamic prophet Muḥammad. The author recited the text for the prophet himself after embracing Islam and was wrapped in Muhammad’s mantle.
Banet Suad is known as the first na’at, poetry in praise of the prophet Muhammad, in Arabic
Worldcat does not list any institutional examples. I. B. B: Atatürk only houses the first volume (OE_TK_00040/01).
References: ÖZEGE 5061.