A “Remembrance and Understanding” program was held in Navajo for the late teacher Jackie Swack, founder of the Anderun Education Foundation, a man of knowledge, thought, reason and movement.
A “Remembrance and Understanding” program was organized by the Anderun Education Foundation for the late teacher Jackie Swack, a man of knowledge, ideas, lawsuits and movements.
Nevsehir The event, held at the Cappadocia Culture and Art Center, was attended by Ali Bonekiran, provincial president of AK Party Nevsehi, Mustafa Aydogdu, chairman of the Andarun Education Foundation, Nureddin Soak teacher, Jackie Swak Student Dormitory director Mustafa Sen-Fichmi Sifta. Branch President Mustafa. Ciiftci, Nevshehir Provincial Mufti, Red Crescent Nevshehir Branch President Erkan Sevalek, Nevshehir Alemdar Imam Hatiplier Association President Mehmet Kahraman, Academician-Writer Ibrahim Sefteh, Researcher-Writer. Was.
The event, which began with the recitation of the Holy Quran by Hafiz Mahmoud Bonekiran on his 17th death anniversary, ended with the life of Jackie Swak, greetings speech and Hatim prayer.
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20 km from Kayseri in 1938. He was born in the remote town of Suksun. He attended primary school in his hometown. That summer, my late grandfather went to Caesarea for a job and found out that a new school had opened there, named Imam Hatip High School, and religious education was given there. Back in the village he tells my late father about the school and says he wants to send himself there. Meanwhile, the primary school teacher asked my father which school he would go to. When my father told my grandfather’s opinion to the teacher, the man got angry and said, “What are you going to do in that school? Will you be a dead wash or sarsi?” He exclaims. My father, who had just finished fifth grade, went to my grandfather and told him that he did not want to go to Imam Hatip High School. Then my late grandfather took his firm stand and said that he would not send him to any school other than Imam Hatip High School. My father, who is very keen to study, reluctantly agreed to be admitted to Imam Hatip High School and under the present circumstances, he managed to finish his education by enduring thousands of hardships alone in one house. Home. She told her children and grandchildren that she had financial problems because she could not explain her situation to anyone in winter when transportation was difficult and snow was blocked and she encouraged them in education and training. He meant the value of the blessings that were in them. In the academic year 1956-1957, he completed the first semester of Imam Hatip High School and in the academic year 1958-1959, he obtained 2nd period diploma from Imam Hatip High School and completed his secondary education as a second semester graduate. Kaysari Imam Hatip High School. After graduation, he worked as an alternative primary school teacher in the village of Castellik (Gulbayer) in Yesilhisar, and as an imam at the center of Kayseri.
He completed his military service, which he started in 1960 at the Polatley Artillery Reserve Officer’s School, in 1961 at Beatles. Upon his return to Caesarea, he began working as an imam at the Ali Hoka Mosque in the Çifteönü neighborhood, and at the same time continued his education at the Istanbul Higher Islamic Institute. After walking like this for a while, in the last two years of his higher education, he transferred him to his position at the Katip Muslihidin Mosque in Fatih Shahirmini Para. He performed this duty till the end of his education.
Since I started elementary school then we would go out of the house together to go to school in the morning. My school was nearby, but to get to the Higher Islamic Institute, my father would take a bus to Eminun, then to Uskudar by ferry, and then to school again by bus. At such a rapid pace, he took lessons in Islamic sciences from many valuable teachers, most notably Sadretin Yuksel, who studied at the last Ottoman madrasa. Be appointed as a teacher. Until 1971, he worked as a teacher and administrator at Imam Hatip High School in Kayseri. He also taught the history of Islam at the Kaisari Higher Islamic Institute. In early 1971, he was appointed principal of Urfa Imam Hatip High School. There are also interesting stories of his appointment.
Mustafa Chinkilik, who was then the general director of religious education, became his teacher from Kayseri Imam Hatip High School. Jackie calls my dad on the phone and says I want to send you to Bursa Imam Hatip High School. Although my dad says he doesn’t think much about leaving the country, his teacher says good luck. Shortly after, the decree came to appoint him as the director of Urfa Imam Hatip High School. A phone call reveals a misunderstanding. Thus he began his duties in Urfa. Although Urfa was a new environment for him, he soon became acquainted with students, parents, shopkeepers and government employees and laid the foundation of friendships that lasted a lifetime. The first names that came to my mind were the respected scholar who was then the Mufti of Urfa, Master Halil Gunen Hoka Effendi, later Mayor Ibrahim Halil Chelik, our esteemed brother Kitapsi Bakir and his sincere friend, close colleague whose names I can count. No.
Four years later, the time for separation has come. When the household goods are loaded and unloaded on the truck, I see the tearful condition of those dear friends before my eyes. He left Urfa in September 1974, when he was appointed director of Imam Hatip High School in Neveh at his own request. He held the post until 1978. It is interesting to note that these terms of office, which began with his higher education in Istanbul and continued with Kayseri, Urfa and Nevehir, have always been four years. In 1978, he resigned from the Imam Hatip High School Department in Nevehi against his own will. In particular, his colleagues Mustafa Turkar, Ilhami Nalakaoglu, Bekir Balaban, businessman Mehmet Chetin, Mehmet Satmas, Nuri Ozdemir, Mustafa Chakar, Halit Gwen, Mehmet Banekaran, Kamal, Mustafa and brother, Akkos Pari Akte. Ownership and commercial offerings. Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala is pleased with all of them. However, he prefers to keep his books in several workplaces to support himself. In addition to these official duties, he continued his work in the voluntary organization without any hindrance. Organizational work, which began with the Istanbul Higher Islamic Institute Student Association, continues with the Kayseri Imam Hatip High School Alumni Association, the Green Crescent Association, and the Imam Hatip High School Alumni Association in Neveh. Ethical Teachers Association in Nevshehi in 1975 with thirteen fellow teachers. With the closure of all associations in 1980 at the end of the September 12 coup, the Mefkurechi Teachers’ Association closed. During this time, about seventy branches were opened in all the provinces and districts of Turkey in a short period of time, and he served as its chairman from the opening to the closing of the association.
In the following years, he pioneered the founding of the first fortnightly and then the monthly İlkadım magazine in Nevshehi in 1992, a regional radio station Art FM in 1993 and the Anderun Education Foundation in 1995. These services are still uninterrupted.
Jackie Swak Hoka Effendi, who deals with students and young people at all levels, whose main areas of interest are education and training, also has a book study. In addition, he was writing an editorial in klkadım magazine, measuring in the middle of the page and writing under the balance sheet, and chatting on Art FM on Friday.
He died on 29 May 2005 in Caesarea.
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