Birdman Father Yunus Kokan

Birdman Father Yunus Kokan


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Gaziantep, Güneydoğu Anadolu Bölgesi, Turkey
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He was born in 1986 in Şahinbey, Gaziantep.

He had a great interest in reading. He used to read books for most of his time. At a very young age, he started studying Sier. He must have read every book he wrote.

In 2004 from İnci Konukoğlu High School; In 2010, she graduated from Dicle University, Ziya Gökalp Education Faculty, Mathematics Teaching Department.

During both high school and university years, he took a distance in religious sciences which he was very interested in by studying tafsir, hadith, fiqh and theological sciences.

On the other hand, he read poems from Yunus Emre, Mevlana Celâleddin-i Rûmî, Necip Fazıl Kısakürek and Mehmet Akif Ersoy.

He wrote hundreds of poems with the help of the scholars and poems he studied. Since all of his poems were Islamic, he was given the title of Şir'ül Islam by people who were knowledgeable. Other nicknames were Birdman Father, Shams-i Shuarâ and Seyyah.

Upon the demands of his readers, he decided to book his poems.

In addition to his poetry books, he has written many works in the Islamic field, especially in Syria.

The poet, who also made serious studies on the Torah and the Gospels, argues that perfect faith is research-based faith.

He gave the best answer by making Islamic philosophy in light of the Qur'anic verses. It is possible to see this in both poetry books and other works.

Şâir`ül Islam draws attention with its being a thankful. In order to understand its depth in contemplation, the book “Kitâbu't-Tefişim“ must be read.

He is the father of a girl and a boy; poets, who take wisdom lessons from flowers, flies, ants and even bees, accept them as masters, but do not recognize and accept anyone and nothing other than the Qur'an and the Sunnah, continue their research and studies in Gaziantep.