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The “Loyalty to the Trees of the Great Level” project, which is being implemented by the Mufti of Xanthi, continues.

Within the framework of the “Loyalty to the Great Trees” project, Mufti of Xanthi Mustafa Tramba and Deputy Mufti Ahmet Hiraloglu visited Hüseyin Kahya at his home in Xanthi on Friday, April 7, 2023.

Hüseyin Kahya, who was born in 1940 in the Ilica village of Memkova and spent his life fighting for the Turkish-Islamic West Thrace cause, succinctly described his ordeal as follows:

She was born in 1940 in a poor family in the city of Mimkova. Our childhood was tough. I started primary school in my village. When he was in the second year, there was a civil war between 1947 and 1949. The rebels, in other words, stormed our village. We have had days of fear. I started migrating to a safer place. Our village migrated to Shaheen. People here have opened their homes to us. They gave one of their two-room homes to the immigrant family. As if the time of the Muhajir and the Ansar in Medina at the time of our Prophet had been revived. We, as refugees, stayed for two years in such a family. By the way, I attended elementary school here. I took lessons from the famous Hüseyin Hajidal Effendi, who graduated from the Dar al-Funun School in Istanbul.

Two years later, we returned to our village. After that, two years of famine followed. We have had very difficult days. I completed elementary school. However, due to poverty, I was not able to continue my studies immediately, but after a hiatus of four years, I went to Shaheen School. This was thanks to my friend Cemil Hoskoglu. Because their financial situation was better, he usually went to school. Every time he came to the village, his change and attitude impressed me very much. I wanted to be like him too. Finally, when I was 17 years old, I went to Shaheen’s school illegally with my friend Jamil Hoka, without informing my parents. I had to join the army when I was in the third grade. I graduated from high school after military service in 1963.

My first assignment was in the sailing village. I worked as an imam and teacher for a year. Then, at people’s insistence, I started working at Xanthi Second Minority Primary School. However, although there was a Turkish lesson in the program, Turkish language lessons were banned. I struggled with this. One day, while he was studying in class, the inspector raided. When I see that I speak Turkish to my students; He said, “I caught you in the act.” Me too; I replied: what is my fault? on this; When he said “You learn Turkish”, I showed him the program. When he said, “Look, there’s a section called Turkish on the program,” he left. I was disciplined and my educational adventure ended in this school.

I embarked on a new adventure. I went to work in Germany. I worked in a textile factory for 6 years. When he returned from Germany, there was a foundation system in primary schools in those years. Based on continuous performances, I became the founder of Xanthi 2nd Minority Primary School. However, due to some practices I objected to, I was removed from this position after a short break of six months.”

In the statement made by Mufti Xanthi, Hussein Kahya was the imam of Ghazan from 1964 to 1973 inside the body of Mufti Xanthi, Ramadan teacher in Höyükköy in 1964, as a substitute imam from 1973 to 1978, and against Xanthi from 1978 until his retirement in 2007. He stated that He performed the duties of a teacher of the Imamate and the Qur’an in the neighborhood.

The statement also said: “We have Hajih Hussain Kahiya, who lives peacefully in his home in Xanthi, retired. He expressed his gratitude to our Mufti Mustafa Trumpa for the book “Xanthi Mosques and Mosques” that he presented to him, and expressed his gratitude to him.” It has been said.

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