Jon Pahl is Coming to Finland
On the 21-24 March 2020
Jon Pahl, the author of the book “Fethullah Gulen : A Life of Hizmet: Why a Muslim Scholar in Pennsylvania Matters to the World” is coming to Finland on a tour around Europe in order to meet the readers.
First Part of The Family Seminar Has Ended
The family seminar for men participants organized by trainer Hüseyin Arslan in our association ended on Sunday.
The seminar to be held for our women participants will be in our association on February 8-9.
Mr.Hüseyin Arslan will organize a family seminar in our association between 25-26 January (for men) and 08-09 February (for women) 2020. Men who will participate in the program are required to inform us by 20.01.2020 and women by 31.01.2020.
Hüseyin Arslan was born on 01/01/1955 in Turkey .He was graduated from two different high school in 1974. In 1979 pedagogical formations, he worked as an educator in the public domain for more than 25 years in Turkey completed a school. In 2006, she signed an agreement with an association in Germany and professionally provided counseling services to Turkish families as well as providing certified services to young people in marriage. He is still providing this service at his workplace in Ludwigsburg/Germany
Our seminar will be completed in 16 hours in two days, eight hours per day.
The seminar costs € 10 per hour
TOPICS IN FAMILY SCHOOL
1-WHO IS HUMAN
2-CORRECT UNDERSTANDING OF THE FAMILY USED CONCEPTS (love-respect-wedding-family, etc.)
3-HOW THE FAMILY’S FOUNDATION OF THE FAMILY SHOULD BE
4-DEFINITION OF MEN IN ALL ASPECTS
5-DESCRIPTION OF WOMEN IN ALL WAYS
6- WHAT SHOULD WE CONSIDER WHEN CHOICE OF MARRIAGE
7-ANALYSIS OF GENDER IN TERMS OF SOCIETY
8-BEHAVIORS OF MEN AND WOMEN IN FAMILY
9-PARENTS ‘STATUS IN THE FAMILY AND METHODS IN SOLVING PROBLEMS
10-CIVIL CODE OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN THE CONTEXT OF HUMAN UNIVERSAL VALUES
Finnish Independence Day..
The movement for Finland’s independence started after the revolutions in Russia, caused by disturbances inside Russia from hardships connected to the First World War. This gave Finland an opportunity to withdraw from Russian rule. After several disagreements between the non-socialists and the social-democrats over who should have power in Finland, on 4 December 1917, the Senate of Finland, led by Pehr Evind Svinhufvud, finally made a Declaration of Independence which was adopted by the Finnish parliament two days later.
Independence Day was first celebrated in 1917. However, during the first years of independence, 6 December in some parts of Finland was only a minor holiday compared to 16 May, the Whites’ day of celebration for prevailing in the Finnish Civil War. The left parties would have wanted to celebrate 15 November, because the people of Finland (represented by parliament) took power 15 November 1917. When a year had passed since declaration of independence, 6 December 1918, the academical people celebrated the day.