Origins of Turkish Language
Turkish use to be a beautiful language before it was currupted into latin script by the betrayer of Turkey, Mustafa Kemal. The Turkish that was spoken originally by the Ottoman Turks, and had remained an official language of the Ottoman Empire for Centuries.
Ottoman Turkish was heavily influenced by Arabic, Persian, and Chai-Turkic. Due to this it had a lot of vocabulary from Arabic and Persian, and sometimes words would be combined together Ottoman Turkish not only borrowed vocabulary from Arabic and Persian but also lifted entire expressions and syntactic structures out of these languages and incorporated them into the Ottoman idiom. It is considered to be from the Turkic languages. Ottoman Turkish was used for administration purposes for the Ottoman empire like war matters or day to day stuff. Even though every Turk learned Arabic and Farsi (Persian) as well.
Although Ottoman Turkish was based on the Perso-Arabic script it has an extra letter ڭ (nef).
Due to the western influence during World War I many corrupt people attempted to Latinize (change the script into Latin alphabets) Ottoman Turkish. In 1862 the statesman Munuf Pasha advocated a reform of the alphabets of Ottoman Turkish. At the start of the 20th century, similar proposals were made by several writers associated with the Young Turk movement, including Huseyin Cahit, Abdullah Cevdet and Celal Nuri. The issue was then raised again in 1923 when the Ottoman Empire was destroyed and the secular nation of Turkey was established by Ataturk the Betrayer. Many people opposed the Latinization of Turkish because they feared it would detach them from the Muslim world and Islam in General.
But unfortunately in 1926 the Arabic alphabets were replaced with Latin ones. It became illegal to use Arabic alphabets in fact the language of Arabic was banned itself. Muslims were forced to pray in Turkish, give the Azan in Turkish and Islam became banned. The Arabic and Farsi words were replaced by more European language words. The latinization of Turkish detached the people of Turkey from Islam so much so that it's effects are still present today. Not many Turks will be able to understand Ottoman Turkish if someone spoke it to them.