Theologian Prof. Dr. Zekeriya Beyaz passed away. Citizens who heard the news: “Has Zekeriya Beyaz died? Why did Zekeriya Beyaz die, what was his illness?” He began to seek answers to questions such as: The cause of death of Zekeriya Beyaz, who was one of the most popular names on screens for a while, was investigated. So who is Zekeriya Beyaz, how old is he and where is he from? Here are the details..
DID ZEKARIYAH WHITE DIE?
Zekeriya Beyaz, the theology professor who was the screen face of a time, has passed away.
Zekeriya Beyaz died at the age of 84, according to the latest news.
It was known that Zekeriya Beyaz was being treated in the intensive care unit of the hospital where he had been transferred for a while.
The funeral of Zekeriya Beyaz, who died, will take place on Wednesday, April 13, 2022.
WHY HAS ZEKERIYA WHITE DEATH, WHAT WAS THE DISEASE?
Zekeriya Beyaz, on March 18th aspiration pneumonia because of hospitalization. Beyaz, who was being treated in intensive care, died.
The cause of death of Beyaz, who was being treated in the intensive care unit of the hospital where he was temporarily transferred, has not yet been announced.
It was learned that the famous theologian was struggling with Alzheimer’s and various diseases.
WHO IS ZEKERİYA WHITE?
Prof. DR. Zekeriya Beyaz was born on March 1, 1938 in Gaziantep. Turkish mufti, imam hatip, preacher, professor of sociology of religion and writer. Beyaz completed his primary education in Gaziantep and his secondary education at Kahramanmaraş Imam-Hatip High School.
He graduated from Istanbul Higher Islamic Institute in 1972. After serving for 14 years as Imam-Hatip, Preacher and Mufti in the Presidency’s Religious Affairs Organization, he resigned his post at Diyanet on March 3, 1977.
He worked for 10 years as a freelance writer and newspaper columnist. In 1985 he graduated from Istanbul University Institute of Social Sciences with his dissertation on “Marriage according to Islamic Law and Turkish Civil Law”.
In 1987 he received his doctorate from the same institute with a thesis on family life according to Islamic law and Turkish civil law. In 1987 he resumed his civil service as a lecturer at Istanbul University Institute of Social Sciences. In 1991 he became Associate Professor of Sociology.
In 1999 he was appointed professor of sociology of religion at the Theological Faculty of Istanbul University. From 2000 to 2003 he was Dean of the Faculty of Theology at Marmara University and on December 4, 2003 he returned to his former position at the Faculty of Theology at Istanbul University. He left the retirement age at the beginning of February 2005 with effect from March 1, 2005. He is married and has 5 children.