Mustafa Fehmi Kubilay (Date of birth 1906 - Date of death December 23, 1930, Menemen, İzmir), Turkish teacher and lieutenant. It is the symbol of the chain of events that started with the murder of Mustafa Fehmi Kubilay, guard Hasan and guard Şevki by an anti-Republic group on December 23, 1930, and the process of the trial of the perpetrators (and those deemed concerned) continued in January / February 1931. is the Turkish soldier.
He was born in 1906 in Kozan, to a Cretan family. His father's name is Hüseyin, and his mother's name is Zeynep. While Mustafa Fehmi Kubilay was doing his military service with the rank of lieutenant in Menemen District of Izmir in 1930 as a teacher, he was killed on December 23, 1930 by a group of shariahs led by Derviş Mehmet. The incident is the second important reaction initiative that the Republican regime witnessed after the Sheikh Said rebellion in 1925, and it has gone down in history as the "Menemen Incident" and "Kubilay Incident". Atatürk's message to the Armed Forces, the message of the Chief of General Staff, the parliamentary question and the speech of Prime Minister İsmet İnönü, the decision of the Council of Ministers of the declaration of martial law, the TGNA meetings of the declaration of martial law, the minutes of the first day of the trial, the Indictment of the Prosecutor's Office, Court -I War Decree, Parliamentary Court of Justice Mandate and TGNA General Assembly decisions are included in full text.
The traces of the Menemen incident took place in the social memory and Ensign Mustafa Fehmi Kubilay was symbolized as the "revolutionary martyr". Every year on December 23, articles about the Kubilay Incident are published in various media and the incident is cursed.