The first Risale-i Nur lesson in Singapore:

The first Risale-i Nur lesson in Singapore, BEDİÜZZAMAN SAİD NURSİ

The first Risale-i Nur lesson in Singapore:

RISALE-I NUR SERVICE IN SINGAPORE

The First Risale-i Nur Lessons in

Singapore: Brother Jawfar (Cafer) is an
Indian-born Muslim scholar who devoted his
life to the cause of Islam in Singapore. He is
single and has a hermit life. He contributed to
nearly 2,000 people being Muslim in Singapore.

We visited him and he told how he knew Risale-
i Nur for the first time.

Br Jawfar narrated the story of the first
Risalei-nur lesson in Singapore. Someone has
given his father some manuscripts of Risale-i
Nur Collection in 1950 in Ottoman Turkish. His

father started Risale circles with the help of an
Indian student who studied at a university in
Istanbul at that time. They were reading those

Risale-i Nur parts in that first Risalei-nur
lectures.
Jawfar’s father was a well-known scholar
and he was reading these Risale-i Nur pieces to
those who came to visit him and telling the
visitors the importance of the Risalei-nur
method and its unique teachings are
appropriate to this age. He was a scholar who
loved and respected Bediuzzaman very
much. When Bediuzzaman passed away, he
was so sorry for his death that he did not go out
for 3 days due to his sorrow.
After some years, Ali Uçar, who was a good
Risale-i-Nur student, brought him some other
books from the Risale-i Nur Collection and he
shared some important pieces and points from
the books. Also Mr. Uçar gave him a fragrance

as a gift and the supplication of Jawshan. It is
the supplication of Noble Prophet (PBUH). Br
Jawfar hosted him in his house. When br Jawfar
came to Istanbul, he was hosted for about a
month in Risalei-nur Madrasas by Mustafa
Sungur Abi, who was an heir of Bediuzzaman.

In addition, when Menderes was
overthrown in the 1960 revolution by a terrible
military coup, female relatives of the late
Menderes' close associates board a ship to the
Far East and finally stopped in Singapore and
began to reside in Singapore. When
they started to reside in Singapore, they met
Jawfer brother and some of them got married
there ... Even some of their graves are still in
Singapore.

Singapore Nur Students

RISALE-I NUR SERVICE IN SINGAPORE

The First Risale-i Nur Lessons in

Singapore: Brother Jawfar (Cafer) is an
Indian-born Muslim scholar who devoted his
life to the cause of Islam in Singapore. He is
single and has a hermit life. He contributed to
nearly 2,000 people being Muslim in Singapore.

We visited him and he told how he knew Risale-
i Nur for the first time.

Br Jawfar narrated the story of the first
Risalei-nur lesson in Singapore. Someone has
given his father some manuscripts of Risale-i
Nur Collection in 1950 in Ottoman Turkish. His

father started Risale circles with the help of an
Indian student who studied at a university in
Istanbul at that time. They were reading those

Risale-i Nur parts in that first Risalei-nur
lectures.
Jawfar’s father was a well-known scholar
and he was reading these Risale-i Nur pieces to
those who came to visit him and telling the
visitors the importance of the Risalei-nur
method and its unique teachings are
appropriate to this age. He was a scholar who
loved and respected Bediuzzaman very
much. When Bediuzzaman passed away, he
was so sorry for his death that he did not go out
for 3 days due to his sorrow.
After some years, Ali Uçar, who was a good
Risale-i-Nur student, brought him some other
books from the Risale-i Nur Collection and he
shared some important pieces and points from
the books. Also Mr. Uçar gave him a fragrance

as a gift and the supplication of Jawshan. It is
the supplication of Noble Prophet (PBUH). Br
Jawfar hosted him in his house. When br Jawfar
came to Istanbul, he was hosted for about a
month in Risalei-nur Madrasas by Mustafa
Sungur Abi, who was an heir of Bediuzzaman.

In addition, when Menderes was
overthrown in the 1960 revolution by a terrible
military coup, female relatives of the late
Menderes' close associates board a ship to the
Far East and finally stopped in Singapore and
began to reside in Singapore. When
they started to reside in Singapore, they met
Jawfer brother and some of them got married
there ... Even some of their graves are still in
Singapore.

Singapore Nur Students

RISALE-I NUR SERVICE IN SINGAPORE

The First Risale-i Nur Lessons in

Singapore: Brother Jawfar (Cafer) is an
Indian-born Muslim scholar who devoted his
life to the cause of Islam in Singapore. He is
single and has a hermit life. He contributed to
nearly 2,000 people being Muslim in Singapore.

We visited him and he told how he knew Risale-
i Nur for the first time.

Br Jawfar narrated the story of the first
Risalei-nur lesson in Singapore. Someone has
given his father some manuscripts of Risale-i
Nur Collection in 1950 in Ottoman Turkish. His

father started Risale circles with the help of an
Indian student who studied at a university in
Istanbul at that time. They were reading those

Risale-i Nur parts in that first Risalei-nur
lectures.
Jawfar’s father was a well-known scholar
and he was reading these Risale-i Nur pieces to
those who came to visit him and telling the
visitors the importance of the Risalei-nur
method and its unique teachings are
appropriate to this age. He was a scholar who
loved and respected Bediuzzaman very
much. When Bediuzzaman passed away, he
was so sorry for his death that he did not go out
for 3 days due to his sorrow.
After some years, Ali Uçar, who was a good
Risale-i-Nur student, brought him some other
books from the Risale-i Nur Collection and he
shared some important pieces and points from
the books. Also Mr. Uçar gave him a fragrance

as a gift and the supplication of Jawshan. It is
the supplication of Noble Prophet (PBUH). Br
Jawfar hosted him in his house. When br Jawfar
came to Istanbul, he was hosted for about a
month in Risalei-nur Madrasas by Mustafa
Sungur Abi, who was an heir of Bediuzzaman.

In addition, when Menderes was
overthrown in the 1960 revolution by a terrible
military coup, female relatives of the late
Menderes' close associates board a ship to the
Far East and finally stopped in Singapore and
began to reside in Singapore. When
they started to reside in Singapore, they met
Jawfer brother and some of them got married
there ... Even some of their graves are still in
Singapore.

Singapore Nur Students

RISALE-I NUR SERVICE IN SINGAPORE

The First Risale-i Nur Lessons in

Singapore: Brother Jawfar (Cafer) is an
Indian-born Muslim scholar who devoted his
life to the cause of Islam in Singapore. He is
single and has a hermit life. He contributed to
nearly 2,000 people being Muslim in Singapore.

We visited him and he told how he knew Risale-
i Nur for the first time.

Br Jawfar narrated the story of the first
Risalei-nur lesson in Singapore. Someone has
given his father some manuscripts of Risale-i
Nur Collection in 1950 in Ottoman Turkish. His

father started Risale circles with the help of an
Indian student who studied at a university in
Istanbul at that time. They were reading those

Risale-i Nur parts in that first Risalei-nur
lectures.
Jawfar’s father was a well-known scholar
and he was reading these Risale-i Nur pieces to
those who came to visit him and telling the
visitors the importance of the Risalei-nur
method and its unique teachings are
appropriate to this age. He was a scholar who
loved and respected Bediuzzaman very
much. When Bediuzzaman passed away, he
was so sorry for his death that he did not go out
for 3 days due to his sorrow.
After some years, Ali Uçar, who was a good
Risale-i-Nur student, brought him some other
books from the Risale-i Nur Collection and he
shared some important pieces and points from
the books. Also Mr. Uçar gave him a fragrance

as a gift and the supplication of Jawshan. It is
the supplication of Noble Prophet (PBUH). Br
Jawfar hosted him in his house. When br Jawfar
came to Istanbul, he was hosted for about a
month in Risalei-nur Madrasas by Mustafa
Sungur Abi, who was an heir of Bediuzzaman.

In addition, when Menderes was
overthrown in the 1960 revolution by a terrible
military coup, female relatives of the late
Menderes' close associates board a ship to the
Far East and finally stopped in Singapore and
began to reside in Singapore. When
they started to reside in Singapore, they met
Jawfer brother and some of them got married
there ... Even some of their graves are still in
Singapore.

Singapore Nur Students