We commemorate the four members of the Yocel Organization, who were executed by the communist regime in the former Yugoslavia, with mercy and gratitude on the 75th anniversary of their death.
Muslim Turks living in North Macedonia began to gather in 1937 to protect and preserve their national and spiritual values, customs and traditions.
And when the organization was named “Yoseel” in 1945, Saeb Aziz Effendi studied at the Ataullah Effendi School in Skopje, then joined Al-Azhar University in Egypt and studied in the fields of jurisprudence, theology, mysticism and Western philosophy.
With efforts to eliminate all nationalist organizations in the former Yugoslavia, 16 people were arrested and put on trial in August 1947.
On January 25, 1948, the court sentenced four members of the organization to death. Twaib Aziz, Adam Ali, Ali Abdul Rahman and Nizami Omar were shot on February 27, 1948. Others were sentenced to heavy prison terms.
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