Who is Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu, how old is he, where is he from and why did he die?

Who is Mahmut Ustaosmanoglu, how old is he, where is he from and why?
Who is Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu, how old is he, where is he from and why did he die?

Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu, the sheikh of the İsmailağa Community of the Nakşibendi Sect, died at the age of 93. After this development, searches about Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu accelerated. kazanwas. So, who is Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu, how old is he, why did he die? What was Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu's disease?

Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu, the leader of İsmailağa Community, passed away. His grandson, who passed away at the age of 93, announced the news of his death on his social media account. While announcing the news of his death on his Twitter account, Muhammed Fatih Ustaosmanoğlu said, “Who is Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu and what was his illness? Why did Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu die?” began to seek answers to questions. His grandson, Muhammed Fatih Ustaosmanoğlu, shared on social media, "His Excellency Mahmud Efendi, my grandfather, has reached Allah." The funeral of the person who lost his life in the hospital where he was treated in Istanbul will be buried in Fatih Mosque after the funeral prayer that will be held after the Friday Prayer.

Who is Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu, how old is he, where is he from?

Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu, also known as Mahmut Efendi (born in 1931, Of, Trabzon – died on June 23, 2022, Istanbul), is the leader and sheikh of the İsmailağa Community, a Muslim Turkish clergyman, and a mystic. 


Mahmut Ustaosmanoğlu was born in 1931 in Tavşanlı village of Trabzon's Of district. In the first years of his youth, he took lessons from the teachers in the surrounding villages. He got his license at the age of sixteen. Thereupon, he began to teach in his village. He gave permission to his students at an early age, before he reached the age of military service. In 1951, he was appointed as a preacher to the Divrigi district of Sivas province. His religious sohbetHe caught the attention of the people around him. He was 16 years old when he married his aunt's daughter, Zehra Hanım. He has three children named Ahmet, Abdullah and Fatima. At the end of 1952, he met his sheikh Ahıska Ali Haydar Efendi. After his military service, Ahıskalı Ali Haydar Efendi invited him to appoint an imam to the İsmailağa Mosque. He started to work as an imam in İsmailağa in 1954. He retired from the same mosque in 1996 as he turned 65 years old. After the "International Symposium on Service to Humanity" held in Istanbul in 2010, he was awarded the "Outstanding Service to Islam" award. After the death of his first wife, Zehra Ustaosmanoğlu, he married Müşerref Ustaosmanoğlu. Ustaosmanoğlu, who was treated at the hospital on June 6, 2022 due to his illness due to infection, died on June 23, 2022. His body was taken from Fatih Mosque on 24 June.


When he was 10 years old, he completed his hafiz training under the tutorship of his father Ali Efendi, who was the imam of the village, and his mother, Fatma Hanım. He took training lessons from Mehmet Rüştü Âşıkkkutlu Hodja. He studied Arabic under Hodja Abdulvehhap Efendi in the village of Balaban. He learned religious knowledge such as fiqh, tafsir and hadith from teacher Hacı Dursun Feyzi Güven Hoca Efendi and received his icazet at the age of 16.


Ustaosmanoğlu's works published in Arifan Bookstore are as follows:

  • Ruhul Furkan Tafsir (Written until the 19th volume and expected to be 54 volumes) (Annotated Qur'an commentary)
  • Sohbet(9 Volumes) (Self-made sohbets)
  • Risale-i Kudsiyye (2 Volumes) (Translation and explanation of Yanyalı Mustafa İsmet Garibullah's work)
  • Umrah Sohbets
  • Fatiha Commentary
  • Ayete'l Kursi and the Commentary of Amene'r-Rasul
  • Virtues of the Qur'an and Reading Etiquette
  • My Lord Father Said
  • The Translation of the Qur'an Mubin and Its Meaning
  • The Mejid of the Qur'an and its Translation with Commentary Alisi
  • Hatm-i Hâce of Our Master Sohbets
  • Irshadul Muridin
  • Prayers from His Excellency Mahmud Efendi
  • Irshad Umrah in a Peaceful Climate with His Excellency Mahmud Efendi, the Mujaddid of the Century 2011
  • International Service to Humanity Symposium Award Ceremony
  • admonition
  • Letter of Mahmudiyye

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