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Over the years our membership has increased to three thousand registered members. We provide an Advice and Information Service, Mental Health, Supplementary School, Football activities, Women Support, parental Support, Adult Education, Arts and performing Arts for children and adults. We work in partnership with the main stream services and other community centres to cater for the Turkish and Kurdish speaking communities. Currently we are operating from 89 Ridley Road E8 2NH which we hold 999 years lease and we are building our second centre in Haringey.

 Basına ve Kamuoyuna

Diyanet İşleri Başkanı’na Göre Aleviler ve Alevilik diye birşey yok.
Geçtiğimiz günlerde Al Jazeera’nin sorularını yanıtlayan Diyanet İşleri Başkanı Mehmet Görmez, Alevilik ve Aleviler hakkında sorulan sorulara da ‘haramla’ beslenen Diyanet isleri başkanlığına yakışır cevaplar vermiş. 
M.Görmez Aleviliğin diyanet tarafından tanımlanmaması gerektiğini söylemesine rağmen ‘Alevilik bir din değildir, islam içindedir, Cemevi ibadethane değil, Allah’ın adı zikredilen yerdir’ gibi küstah ve hegemonik cümleler kurmuş.
Bu cümlelerden de anlıyoruzki DİB Görmez halen Aleviliğin ve Alevilerin varlığını inkar etmekte, ibadethanemizi kendisine göre itibarsızlastırarak tarif etmekte ve Aleviliği mezhep bile olamayan, ne olduğu bilinmeyen bir anlayış gibi tanımlamaktadır.
DİB Görmez’e tavsiyemiz bukadar zorlama cevaplar yerine Alevilik diye birşey yok desin kurtulsun! Ya da sonsuza kadar sussun.
Aleviliğin ne olduğu ve Alevilerin ibadethanesinin neresi olduğu konusuna gelince
Alevilik sonsuz geçmişten gelen ‘kamil insan’ yetiştirme ‘YOL’udur. 
İbadeti Cem’dir. Cem, gülbank, semah, lokma, deyiş, zakir, Dede, Talip, adalet, eşitlik, paylaşım, saygı, sevgi, insan okuma ve sanat’tır.
İbadethanesi Cemevi’dir. Cemevi, birlik, beraberlik, eşitlik, paylaşım, özgürlük’tür.
Alevilerin Hedefi ise ‘Rıza Şehri’dir.
Bizi mezhep ya da başka dinlerle tanımlayanlara yüzyıllar önce verdiğimiz cevap aynen budur
 
SORMA MEZHEBİMİZİ
Sorma be birader mezhebimizi
Biz mezhep bilmeyiz yolumuz vardır
Çağırma meclis-i riyaya bizi
Biz şerbet bilmeyiz dolumuz vardır
 
Biz müftü bilmeyiz fetva bilmeyiz
Kıl ü kal bilmeyiz ifta bilmeyiz
Hakikat bağında hata bilmeyiz
Şah-ı Merdan gibi ulumuz vardır
 
Bizlerden bekleme zühd ü ibadet
Tutmuşuz evvelden rah-ı selamet
Tevalla olmaktır bize alamet
Sanma ki sağımız solumuz vardır
 
Ey zahit surete tapma hakkı bul
Şah-ı velayete olmuşuz hep kul
Hakikat şehrinden geçer bize yol
Başka şey bilmeyiz Ali'miz vardır
 
Nesimi esrarı faş etme sakın
Ne bilsin ham ervah likasın hakkın
Hakk'ı bilmeyene Hak olmaz yakın
Bizim Hak katında elimiz vardır
                                             Nesimi
 
Britanya Alevi Federasyonu

 


 

 Maraş Massacre

The Maraş massacre has a very dark place in Turkish history, which is rife with provocations. In fact, the Maraş massacre shares similar characteristics with many previous provocations. The incidents were sparked by the bombing of a movie theater frequented by Turkish nationalists. As was the case with the Sept. 6-7, 1955 jewish pogroms, it was later found that the bomber was actually a nationalist who had ties to the deep state. Again, as seen in the incidents of Sept. 6-7, the houses of Alevis were marked ahead of the massacre. Two Alevi teachers were killed. The incidents started during the funeral ceremony of these teachers. The funeral was attacked by a large crowd of islamic fundamentalists and Turkish nationalists who were provoked by rumors that Alevis had burned down mosques and killed Sunnis. The ensuing massacre that occurred in Alevi neighborhoods was so horrible that it can leave humans at a loss for words.

Just as it has not confronted or challenged any other massacre, Turkey still does not confront or challenge the Maraş massacre. It is still not possible to officially commemorate the Maraş massacre, every year between 19-26 December we the England Alevi Cultural Centre and Cemevi go to Maraş during which very thought-provoking incidents happen.

There is not the slightest of doubt about the involvement of the Turkish deep state, or the Turkish Gladio, which was the precursor to today's Ergenekon, in the Maraş incidents of 1978. But if we tend to treat such incidents only with respect to their political repercussions and put all the blame on the deep state, without trying to understand the psychological moods of the people who played a role in such massacres, does this take us anywhere? Why do we so readily forget these incidents? nothing is forgotten, but our failure to confront and discuss such massacres only allows the pro-massacre spirit to continue to live in Turkey.

For three days, the city was truly a battlefield and was on fire. … According to official figures, 111 people were killed by shooting, cutting or burning. Shops, houses and people's residential sanctuaries were attacked; women were raped; abdomens of pregnant women were cut and fetuses were nailed to trees. The breasts of young girls were mutilated and placed on sticks and put on display. … Images published by papers and broadcast on TV were unbearable for anyone with a human conscience..... For years victims and family's involved have not been able to get rid of those memories and the horror of the incidents.....

From the perspective of the 1915 Armenian massacre, the 1934 Jewish pogroms, 1938 Dersim massacre, the Sept. 6-7, 1955 incidents, arson attack of Sivas 1993, Corum, Gazi and many other bloody events in Turkey's past. You will see that Turkish history repeats itself. And this will continue if we don't confront the past.

Don't forget Maras.....
Don't let Maras be forgotten.....


England Alevi Cultural Centre & Cemevi
 
 
İNGILTERE ALEVİ KÜLTÜR MERKEZİ VE CEMEVI'NIN GIRIŞİMLERİYLE MARAŞ KATLİAMİ'NİN 35. YİLDONUMUNDE KATLEDILEN CANLARİMİZ,TBMM'DE YAPİLAN BASİN ACİKLAMASİYLA ANILDILAR.

 
 
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