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.

İbrahim Bilgen

İbrahim Bilgen was born on March 02, 1949. He joined the flotilla from Siirt, which will take humanitarian aid to Gaza. In the communication form prepared for the volunteers participating in the fleet to fill out, “Are you participating in this organization as a representative of any institution or group?” He answered the question "individually". İbrahim Bilgen lost his life in Israel's attack on a humanitarian aid ship in international waters. As a volunteer, he was only on the ship that would take humanitarian aid to Gaza. He was involved in the humanitarian aid fleet with his heart. In the information form he filled out, İbrahim Bilgen stated that he could help with electrical and plumbing works in the section of his abilities that can be applied when needed on board. When he arrived in Gaza, he thought it would be of use to people who did not have electricity or water at home. Bilgen, who devoted his life to charity work, was one of the first door knockers to help in the electrical installations of 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. “Why do you want to join the fleet, please specify in maximum 200 words.” Ibrahim Bilgen, who filled the part with two words, HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE.


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