Egyptian Professor: Turkish Schools to Guarantee Global Peace

Mansura University Professor Abdurrahman Al Nakib
Mansura University Professor Abdurrahman Al Nakib


Date posted: March 8, 2013

A conference titled “Turkish Schools established around the world” by Gokkusagi Education Health Culture and Solidarity Association took place in the port city Dortyol in Hatay, Turkey. The highlight of the conference was Mansura University Professor Abdurrahman Al Nakib who commented that Turkish schools raising virtuous students worldwide guarantee global peace in the future.

As the keynote speaker of the conference, Egyptian Professor Al Nakib expressed his appreciation of Turkish schools. He noted that the schools inspired by Fethullah Gulen are now growing the golden generation of the future. “Our Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) transformed a bedouin and uncivilized community into a worldwide-exemplary generation. I believe these services for the sake of next generations are no different than those achieved in the Age of Bliss. I would like to express my gratitude to Anatolian people who wholeheartedly embraced these services. I admire your service to the whole world. These schools raising virtuous students who will guarantee the global peace in the future.” said Al Nakib.

Source: Excerpted from the piece published [in Turkish] on Zaman newspaper, 05 March 2013. English translation is retrieved from HizmetMovement.Com


Related News

Celebrating Turkish Cultural Day

Both the Turkish Cultural Center and City Hall were turned into a Turkish festival, complete with music, food, and dancing. The entire local Turkish community, as well as other cultures, took part in the celebration. Organizers say it’s important to make sure everyone feels welcome.

Kimse Yok Mu extends a helping hand to thousands of Guineans

The Guinean minister for social action, women and children Sanaba Kaba was also present in the aid distribution event.

Gulen-Linked Turkish Schools In Kazakhstan Being Renamed

Turkish-Kazakh schools across Kazakhstan are being renamed amid a campaign by Turkey against the exiled Turkish Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen. The Turkish-Kazakh schools were co-founded by Gulen’s Hizmet movement and his followers and have been functioning in Kazakhstan since early 1990s.

Civil war in Mali did not discourage the Turkish school teachers

Turkish teachers living only 100 miles away from the hot zone told Cihan News Agency that they never even thought about leaving the area. The Oter and Mutlu families are the only two Turkish families living in Segou, a town very close to the hot zone in Mali. Both families work at the Turkish school […]

Fethullah Gülen calls for ‘bridges of peace’ in Eid al-Fitr remarks

“Bridges of peace should be built,” said Gülen, adding that occasions such as Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha could be used for such a purpose. “We need to show that we have no prejudice against anyone. We ought to respect all,” he said, emphasizing that this is an obligation under Islam.

‘Turkish schools in Nigeria are not owned by government of Turkey’

Cemal Yigit is a member of Hizmet Movement, founder of the Nigerian Turkish International Colleges (NTIC). In this interview, he reacts to the recent declaration by the Turkish President that he would push for the close down all Turkish schools outside Turkey.

Latest News

Crimes Against Humanity in Erdogan’s Turkey

Exiled journalist warns of a genocide in the making in newly released book

Vague terrorism charge used to target supporters of the Gülen movement: UN special rapporteurs

ECtHR urges Albania not to deport Gülen follower to Turkey

Woman detained over links to Gülen movement after giving birth

Formerly Gülen-linked schools in Albania face growing gov’t pressure

Exclusive: Turkey, Kosovo violated fundamental rights of expelled teachers, UN body says

Sacked policeman’s grim death sparks debate on COVID-19 data in Turkish prisons

Dissidents of the Turkish government are living in fear in Canada

In Case You Missed It

Turkey’s Wrong Turn

Legal action against Gülen in the US: A golden opportunity for Gülen

Al Arabiya: Gulen confident US will not extradite him

Netherlands investigating Turkish professor’s remark that killing Gülenists is permissible in Islam

How Kyrgyzstan and Turkey quarreled about Gülen

Gülen movement can serve as bridge between Islamic and secular nations, intellectuals agree

Turkish imam in Copenhagen says embassy spied on 4 people, 14 schools

Copyright 2021 Hizmet News