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25 June, Friday

A theologian writer Omer Dongeloglu tested positive dies from Covid-19

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The popular face of Kanal 7 screens the theologian writer Omer Dongeloglu was announced to have positive coronavirus test and remained under treatment at Bashakshehir Hospital.

The Turkish media outlets reported yesterday the Theologian Writer Omer Dongeloglu, who was treated for a new type of corona virus passed away in the hospital.

Relatives took the funeral of Ömer Döngeloğlu from the morgue of Bashakshehir State Hospital to the cemetery. 

The funeral of the deceased was buried in Edirnekapı Cemetery after the afternoon prayer.

Omer Dongeloglu was born in Zile, Tokat in 1968. He completed his primary education in Zile Altunyurt Primary School and Zile Imam Hatip High School. Later he graduated from Sakarya University Faculty of Theology.

He worked as an Imam-Hatip in his hometown Tokat between 1986-1996. He worked in various administrative positions for many years in the public sector. He has spent years for researching, studying, reading Islamic history and Siyer-i Nebi (a scholar about Prophets).

We are deeply saddened by the death of the Honorable Teacher, Theologian Writer Omer Dongeloglu, who has won the audience's love with the impressive programs he made on the Turkish Kanal 7 screens for many years and has been treated for Corona virus in the hospital for some time.

We would like to extend our condolences to his family, relatives and loved ones ...

May Allah have mercy on his soul!


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