He died of exhaustion after travelling to urfa. bediuzzaman said nursi, the author of the risale- i nur collection, is a contemporary scholar and thinker who recognized the realities and challenges of time and the new paradigm following the scientific and industrial revolutions. his books are collected under the name risale- i nur ( " letters of divine light" ). said nursi the truth cannot be deceptive, and one who sees it cannot be deceived. sebab, sepeninggalnya, dia dikenal dengan reputasi sebagai tokoh pembaharu islam yang moderat dan berpikiran modern di turki. guided by his masterwork, the risale- i nur, nursi' s followers shun political ambition, focusing instead on a revival of personal faith through study, self- reform and service of others. said nursi was a staunch anti- communist, denouncing communism as the greatest danger of the time. he lived, arguably, said nursi in one of the most hectic and bloodiest periods in human history. badiuzzaman said nursi – selanjutnya ditulis said nursi – adalah orang besar pada zaman besar. önce masaj sonra sikiş. 1960) is considered by both his admirers and his opponents as one of the most influential figures of the 20th- century muslim world.
in 1956, he was allowed to have his writings printed. said nursi ( 1876 – 1960), the most influential islamic scholar in modern turkish history, is the inspiration behind the hugely popular nur movement ( nurculuk). bediüzzaman said nursi ( b. said nursi i can live without bread, but i can' t live without freedom. said nursiwas a kurdish islamic modernist who founded the nondenominational nur movement ( nurҫuluk), which advocated for a reinterpretation of islam according to the needs of a modern society, a legacy of attempts by the young ottomans to reconcile islam with constitutionalism. said nursi all true happiness, pure joy, sweet bounties, and untroubled pleasure lie in knowledge of god and love of god; they cannot exist without them.
said nursi, also spelled said- i nursî or said- i kurdî and commonly known with the honorific bediüzzaman, or simply üstad was a kurdish sunni muslim theologian who wrote the risale- i nur collection, a body of qur' anic commentary exceeding six thousand pages.