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Siz Istanbul'I Shi'a mIsIn ? Sizin Shi'a cami'ler var mI ve baska yer'ler nerde siz buluSiyorsunuz ?

beki bi adressler vere bilirmisiniz ben beki oriya yoksa baskaler oriya gelebilir .

(salam)

Muhterem kardeşim. Şia ecolüne intisab edeli bir sene oldu. İstanbul da şia-caferi ecolüne ait camilerimiz var hamd olsun. Amma benim yaşadığım muhite uzaklar. Ben kendi çevremde şia olarak yalnız ve garip kalıyorum. Eğitim ihtiyacımıda internet ve kevser yayınlarından gideriyorum.

Bildiğim bir camii güneşlide imam zeynel abidin (as) camii şerifi .oraya yolun düşerse çok yakından ilgilenirler. faydalı birkaç link...

http://www.kevsernet.com/index.html

http://www.caferilik.com/

Allaha emanet olunuz.

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Selamun aleykum..

Bu siteyi tesadufen selahattin ozgunduz hakkinda arama yaparken buldum..guzel bir site; Allah amaca ulsatirsin...

Yazilanlari okudum, bir gun istanbula yolunuz duserse zeynebiye camiisine gidin..misafirperver insanlari sizleri agirlayacaktir..daha cok bilgi edinmek isterseniz; www.alisiasi.com

dua ile..baki selamlar....

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(salam)

Ok I'll give it a try ,I speak a bit turkish...but dont laugh,only tell me if you can ubderstand,o and when you read try to prononce the letters I write,in english ok..

hmmmm,ben kiz conosh kuchuk turkie,hmmm,chinke ben chock sevior ablam(my sister friend)...hmmm...ohhhhhhh I cant continue anymore :squeez: ,chunke ben hayir chok conosh turkiye...lutfan hayir(laugh),tamam?(<---I was trying to say dont laugh at me)...Oh its soooooooo bad I forgot how to read turkish and much less do i remember how to write....my memory is "churkin"... :squeez:

but turkie insaan(people) chok guzel(really nice),Ok I know you guys say "guzel" only for beautiful girls,but I was trying to say "nice" in turkish,cant remember...hmmm what else,hayir bak yorssun(<--stop looking at)my mispetl words... :squeez:...ben 'memory' yok,bilmiyorum nerde ben 'memory'?...ok ok fine I'll stop saying understandable phrases....

But to tell the truth,I was socked there are turkish shiaas?I thought they were either sunnis or 3alawis....hmmm Its nice to see there are shiaa in Turkie,I've been there,Its a very nice country and the people were very welcoming,the thing is,how to deal with people when they dont understand you nor do we understood them(at the time),cuz now I can understand a bit and talk like a one year old turkish baby,which means,some poeple can understand my humble accent...

anyway,sorry for talking much...

(salam)

(bismillah)

(salam)

my best greeting to all shia brothers and sisters..

Dear Al hawraa i see you admire Samaha Sayed Hadi AlModarresi..i realy surprised and proud of you.may i ask you how you know him?how much of his books did u read?actually i know him and his honorable family for a long time more than 20 years.i hope u can watch the ahlulbayt sattlelite TV channel that samaha Sayed has a lot of suefull program on it.

caferi kadeşlerim (salam)

10 seneye yakın türkiyede bursada ogrencilik hayatımda ve çalıştiğim son iki yılda uzaktan türkiyede şii kardeşlerimin yaşadığını duyuyor onlari gormek için sabırsızlaniyordum. ama takdiri ilahi olsa gerek hiç ama hiç gorüşme şansım olamadı. herneyse ki bugun kaza eseri burda bu forumda sizleri gormek türkiyede sayıca büyük bi caferi toplumu yaşadığını bilmek beni çok ama çok mutlu etti. türkçe konuşuyorum o zaman bende türküm.

Allahın rahmeti daima üzerinizde olsun..

:lol:

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(bismillah)

(salam)

afedersiniz... ben bir türk sii paltalk room ariyorum. böyle bir sey varmi?

bakin, türkcem iyi degil... kelemeleri ve gramatik onutiyorum. onun icin bana biraz practice lazim :)

(wasalam)

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(bismillah)

(salam)

afedersiniz... ben bir türk sii paltalk room ariyorum. böyle bir sey varmi?

bakin, türkcem iyi degil... kelemeleri ve gramatik onutiyorum. onun icin bana biraz practice lazim :)

(wasalam)

Aleykum Salam kardes

Evet öyle bir paltalk room'u var. Adi 'Mektebi Ehli Beyt Diyari Kerbela'

Bulundugu yer: Category: Europe Subcategory: Turkey

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Aleykum Salam kardes

Evet öyle bir paltalk room'u var. Adi 'Mektebi Ehli Beyt Diyari Kerbela'

Bulundugu yer: Category: Europe Subcategory: Turkey

(bismillah)

(salam)

cevap vermeyi unuttum :unsure:

Allah sizden razi olsun! sayden cok güzel bir room

(wassalam)

Edited by Sadiq

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(salam)

Wow, Ne güzel.. Türkler burda var yani.. çok sevindim.. Ben çok az türkçe konuşabiliyorum ama hala öğreniyorum.. InşAllah türkçemi geliştireceğim.. bu sobheti gerçekten çok sevdim..

Selam// Zehra(Zahra)

Edited by Sekerleme

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haklisin, birkaç arkadas hariç diger herkes uzun süredir online degillermis. bu yüzden cok katilimli bir muhabbet olacagini sanmiyorum.. :(

neyse, simdilik burdayiz insallah.. muhabbete hazir ve nazir.. :) ama simdi ek olarak katilmak isteyenlere veya gelecekte biz de siteden muhtemelen çekildigimizde kardesler yalniz kalmasin için, hala hizmet verecegini düsündügüm bir kac turkce forum paylasayim :)

http://www.velayet.com

http://www.alisiasi.com

http://www.ehlibeytforum.com/

olur ki bakarlar.. Selametle

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Ali diyorum... Fatıma diyorum... Dertler benim oluyor.

Şifa diyorum... Hastalık benim oluyor.

Ümit ediyorum... Korku benim oluyor.

Keşke bilseydim, yardım edilmeye mi layık değilim, yoksa adetin bu mudur Mevlam?

Eğer ilkiyse oturup halime vay edeyim, yok ikincisiyse sabredeyim...

Edited by celestial

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