Uğur Süleyman Söylemez

Uğur Süleyman Söylemez

He was a Mavi Marmara Veteran who was in a coma for 4 years. He lost his life today and joined the caravan of martyrs. With the martyrdom of Söylemez, the number of martyrs killed by Israel in the Mavi Marmara rose to 10.

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Cevdet Kılıçlar

Cevdet Kılıçlar

In the contact form filled by those who joined the fleet, he had filled in the section about the fields you can help with as “I will do whatever it takes”. He set out to do anything for the sake of humanity.

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Necdet Yıldırım

Necdet Yıldırım

On Monday, May 31, 2010, around 04:00 am, he went to the upper deck of the ship Mavi Marmara, which was carrying humanitarian aid, to help his friends in the attack by Israel. She lost her life with the real bullets Israel used to stop the humanitarian aid ship.

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İbrahim Bilgen

İbrahim Bilgen

Bilgen, who devoted his life to charity work, was one of the first door knockers to help in the electrical installations of the poor houses. He would not accept wage offers by saying "your blessing is enough". Wherever there was an event for humanity, İbrahim Bilgen was there with his presence.

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Furkan Doğan

Furkan Doğan

Furkan, who heard the sound of fire during the attack of the Israeli soldiers on the Mavi Marmara ship, which was helping people living in hardship in Palestine, wrote on the paper in front of him: Last hours for the martyrdom sherbet. Is there anything more beautiful? If there is, it's just my mother.”

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Fahri Yaldız

Fahri Yaldız

Fahri Yaldız stated in the fleet participation form that he could help with electricity, search and rescue and fire brigade. Before embarking on the journey, Fahri Yaldız met with his loved ones, close friends and relatives and asked them for halal. The family photo he took with his family was his last photo.

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Çetin Topçuoğlu

Çetin Topçuoğlu

“How much can you support this campaign?” on the form prepared for participation in the aid flotilla to Palestine. He answered the question by writing “As much as we can”. He listed the areas where he could help as "trainers, first aid, sports, organization", and when asked why he wanted to join the fleet, he replied, "For our rank to be clear, like a lame ant."

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Cengiz Songür

Cengiz Songür

Cengiz Songür joined the "rotamız filistin yükümüz özgürlük" fleet from Izmir. When he told his family that he was going to take humanitarian aid to Gaza, one of his six daughters stuffed a letter in his pocket.

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Cengiz Akyüz

Cengiz Akyüz

Cengiz Akyüz, who said to his close friend every morning when he was leaving the house, "If your bag is full (if you are full of love, joy, hope, greetings), let's go bismillah, let's go out and distribute it to people..." is always remembered with his smiling face.

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Ali Haydar Bengi

Ali Haydar Bengi

Ali Haydar Bengi, one of the opinion leaders of Diyarbakir, who is loved by everyone for his good morals and life, has given importance to the correct understanding of religion, the establishment of unity among Muslims and the liberation of Jerusalem in his scientific studies and lectures in recent years.

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