He is one of the legendary names of Konya, who worked with his late father Hockey Sitki Sayer and his friends, lived and witnessed the incident for almost a century since the renting of the Police School building, the first building of Konya Imam Hatip School. , To lay the foundation stone of the new school building, to bring the Konya High Islamic Institute to the city, in the dormitory buildings. We are sharing with you the seventh part of Halil Ibrahim Sayyar, who is a living history, one of the names of public interest. , And the benefactors of that year.
CIVILOGLU YURDU also hosted Seluk University
Cıvıloğlu student dormitory, since 14 March 1973, Selkuk University
Some departments have started training.
According to the decision, it was announced that the academy’s courses in architecture and construction, which have been taught for three years, and the Map and Land Registry and cadastre engineering and mechanical engineering departments, added in 1973, would begin. New building on Wednesday, March 14, 1973.
The building in question was the Cıvıloğlu dormitory building.
At the entrance to the building, there was the following information about the building:
“The complex, which was originally a madrasa, was demolished and rebuilt as a madrasa by order of Mahmud II, by Hockey Hassan Effendi, who was an interpreter and muhaddith in 1834. It was established in 1952 by the Hafiz Education and Advancement Association. Was, and the same association, which began construction in June 1964, opened in late 1965 as a 2-story passage and 4-story student dormitory.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering had a dormitory for orphans in a vacant lot next to the current National Education Department. Moved there. After that dormitory building the mother and father became daughter-in-law. Her name was Girls Dormitory. The Department of Mechanical Engineering of Selchuk University has come to this building.
Then they slowly move to their new place.
Last year the director of repair science, the zoning director wanted to kiss my hand. Uncle said, I came out as a mechanical engineer. I was one of the first students at the Cıvıloğlu Student Dormitory. “We later studied in many more modern buildings, but the inspiration I got at Cıvıloğlu I couldn’t find anywhere else,” he said.
The upper floors of the building are old and dilapidated. There were 25 shops under the dormitory. The income of these shops was used to cover the cost of dormitory.
Later, the Turkish Anatolian Foundation was established. At a congress, the Hafiz Training and Advancement Association was dissolved and the association’s assets were transferred to the Turkish Anatolian Foundation.
We know quality enhancement is a debt
Azan begins a few years after the proclamation of the republic, saying “Allah is great.” This continued until the Democratic Party came to power.
In the days following the May 27, 1960 revolution, Minister of State Mehmet Ozgunesh was asked how to read the Azan.
“Why are abortion pictures sold at auction?” Published in the Kumhuriyat newspaper on Thursday, October 13, 1960. The title of the article:
State Minister Mehmet Ozgunes said the paintings would continue to be sold at auction and the money raised would be used to set up student organizations, orphans and higher Islamic institutes.
বিষয়েzgüneş added the following about the Islamic Institute; We have as many architects, engineers, teachers and other intellectuals in the revolution. However, we do not have the number and quality of priests.
We know it is our responsibility to raise it. The press will do a great service by acquiring these pictures for a fee.
Zgüneş; What will happen if the boycott continues? He answered his question as follows. These paintings will continue to sell like this. Pictures of the hearing will be given to the press on the same day with a fixed fee.
After that, zgüneş answered a question about how to read Azan in Turkish and do you think it would be correct to read it separately in different places? Said. “
In fact, journalists asked Özgüneş when you would translate the Azan into Turkish. However, they got an answer, “Would you agree to read this Azan in a different place?”
After the 1960 revolution, they said they would not change the Azan, which began to be read in its original form in 1950, and they did not change it.
It is both Jewish and Armenian
If it’s Turkish, I’ll buy it from Turkey
If we have the property of a Jew, an Armenian or a Turk, as we need in life and faith, I will buy that property from a Turk.
If we have that property of the people in Sylhet, we must buy it from Sylhet.
For example, I went to Istanbul. If the products I am looking for are available from a Konya dealer, I will buy them from Konya
In the years that we started the color business, the color business was in the hands of the Jews.
A turkey comes out and sets up a paint factory.
We proceeded with the paint from them.
Everything was covered
Until 1930, the school next to ours had a teacher named “Hodjana” from Sylhet, whose main name was Taiibe. This hodgepodge has taught us his daughter.
We used to call their mother Tayyibe, Huriye Aba.
Beginning with Elifba, children who want to learn the Qur’an will be taught to read in the area where the Akkulah Mosque is located on a back alley behind the Sherfattin Mosque.
There used to be Akkulah Madrasa here.
Every day, I would go to study from Altınçeşme, our home. We had 25-30 kids. Later we were about 40 years old. Hodges would put someone older than us on guard so that the police could predict the operation.
When the boy said the police were coming, we would run to another street through the window of the broken wall in the back.
We couldn’t go anywhere with the skullcap. Police would take anyone wearing a skull to the police station.
No one wanted to run away, no matter what the police said, they would rest and stay there for at least a day.
People could not get used to taking off their turbans and hats. Fedora hats began to be worn in Konya in the 1950s.
Before him was a hat. The skullcaps had similar knit caps. People used to wear these.
The police will catch the skullcap immediately.
In the autumn of 1939, World War II began.
Everything was on record. Candy with document, bread with document, charcoal with document, two-three meter hood cloth with document, flannel with document.
Headmen would come home and determine the population of the homestead. It was written how many meters of hood cloth will be given after determining what the children need. The shirts are sewn from the hood cloth and the underwear is sewn. After getting the certificate from the government, the hood cloth is taken to Sümerbank and bought.
A dress should be made from flannel, without a print, go to the government, get a flannel or print certificate, and then go to Sümerbank.
The citizen whose house had broken glass would measure his glass, get a glass certificate from the government, and go to the glacier to have his glass installed. Everything was on record.
Pay your fire tax, it’s yours!
The effects of the revolution, the effects of World War II, and the years of drought were great in those years.
1930-1931-1932 was a year of drought. All dry, no grass. There is no grass in the village, no grass in the city. The farmer began to sell his sheep for one lira, two lira.
But there was no place.
The villager began to sell his own fleece, which he had previously cut.
He emptied the fur from the mattress, pillow and bed and sold their fur.
The best sheep was 3 lira. The others were sold at 2.5 and 2 lira.
There was no minister, no area.
Moreover, sheep, goats, and small cattle were taxed at the treasury.
One of the citizens wrote a letter to his sheep and left. On the sheep’s neck was written:
“You pay income tax, it’s yours!”
Citizens take their wheat to the market but there is no one. He took his sack and left. In those years there were days of sorrow, days of absence.
How are you dad
Haciveyiszade Hodja likes both prayer and prayer. That is why on the day we went to teach at Imam Hatip School, we allotted a bell in front of the Aziziye Mosque.
After the prayers, Imam Hatip used to come to the school on a belt. If he had about ten minutes to take part in the lesson, Emin Haneem, who was helping him, would immediately spread out his prayer mat and pray until the hoja bell rang. At the end of the lesson, he would pray again during the break.
If he says to get out of the lesson and pray, leave the prayer.
There was no leisure time.
I am in Izmir one day. 50 years later, Hacıveyiszade teacher came to my dream.
Dad said how are you.
Alhamdulillah, I’m fine. In the blessing I have received from you, I pray ten rak’ats before going to sleep.
My dad said, let’s get him to 33. There are some cracks, I lose those cracks.
I said ok teacher, pray for me I will pray 33 rak’ats.
In addition to the five daily prayers, when I pray 33 rak’ats before going to bed, I go to bed with my head an inch from the bed.
No turning left or right.
Suddenly I woke up and saw the morning prayers being said.
Sleep comfortably for once.
I read some books after the night prayers. When I pray 33 rak’ats, I feel a different energy.
I had this dream in 2009.
My teacher, with the same vigor and joy I saw fifty years ago.
When he came in the dream, it was the week of the holy birth of the Prophet.
He advised me to fast every Monday and Thursday.
I fast on the 13th, 14th and 15th day of the Arabic month.
It is 11 days a month to 132 days a year. I fast 160 days, 30 days in Ramadan. I have no disease, no guilt. (Errol Sunat)