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İlahiyatçı, Siyasetçi, Yazar

Ölüm
06 Ekim, 1990
Eğitim
Ankara University Department of Middle Age Turk-Islam History

Writer (b. 1919, Trabzon – d. 1990, Ankara). She completed her primary and elementary education in Ordu and graduated from İstanbul Kandilli High School for Girls and Ankara University, Department of Middle Age Turk-Islam History. She became an assistant (1953), doctor (1957), associate professor (1965) and professor at Ankara University, Faculty of Theology. She was elected as a senator with the post of president and served in the Turkish Senate (1971) for six years. She was one of the founders of the Populist Party after 12 September 1980 and was elected as the Ordu parliamentary deputy at the 1983 elections. Afterwards she participated in uniting the Populist Party and the Social Democratic Party and was elected to the Social Democratic Populist Party parliament. She was killed by unidentified persons in 1990. Her murderers have never been found.

WORKS:

İslâm'dan Dönenler ve İlk Yalancı Peygamber (Those That Convert From Islam and the First False Prophet), İslâm Devletlerinde Kadın Hükümdarlar (Female Sultans in Islamic States), İslâm Tarihi (Islam History), Emeviler ve Abbasiler (Umayyads and Abbasids), Atatürk'ün İzinde Bir Arpa Boyu (A Short Distance in the Footsteps of Atatürk)

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