Mehmet Boynukalin was very active on Twitter and eventually annoyed his conservative Islamic forces, but he was close. The 50-year-old resigned only eight months after his resignation.
Letter from Istanbul
It’s over, Mehmet Boynukalin will no longer preside over prayers in the holy site of Istanbul Sophia Grand Mosque (Turkey). The former chief imam of the Byzantine Cathedral became a mosque in 1453, a museum in 1934, then became a mosque again in July 2020, and resigned on Thursday, April 8. He bowed to his Twitter account and explained that he wanted to return to his original career and teach Islamic law at the seminary of Marmara University.
His ascent is short-lived, with only eight months to exercise his management of the VI buildingE Century, according to the order of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Recep Tayyip Erdogan), will return to Muslim worship in the summer of 2020. Visitors are allowed to wander there and admire the curtains covering the figurative works, mosaics and paintings of the Byzantine period. These curtains are invisible to avoid insulting Islam.
No one expected the resignation of Mehmet Boynukalin. He was in his fifties, he was fat, with a beard, and was said to be close to conservative Islamic forces. His courses are impeccable; he graduated from Al-Azhar University in Cairo. Since his father Rifat Boynukalin (Rifat Boynukalin) was one of the founders of the National Order Party (Political Islamic State Mili Nizam Patissy) and Mr. Erdogan in the 1970s Since Curtin Erbakan’s mentor policy, his ancestors have been equally important.
Finally, his nephew Abdurrahim Boynukalin, the former Vice Chairman of the Justice and Development President’s Party (AKP), is known for his vitality and the vitality of thugs. This act of violence is Used in the context of violent actions, for example, in 2015, he organized an expedition against locals and daily reporters in a punishment operation free.