Millions were dazzled by the five denominations of the call to prayer for each prayer.. Activists bid farewell to Recep Aoyar, the most famous muezzin in Turkey
Activists – via social media platforms – bid farewell to the muezzin of the Green Mosque in the Turkish state of Bursa, who was known for a clip explaining specific shrines in the country, according to each prayer time.
The muezzin, Rajab Oyar, 61, died after suffering a heart attack on Sunday. A number of Turkish officials mourned the famous muezzin, via communication platforms.
Meanwhile, activists published a previous video of the late man who appeared while he was calling the call to prayer in Turkey in 5 different places.
Uyar explained – in the circulating clip – that the dawn call to prayer is raised in the shrine of the Saba, and the noon prayer is according to the shrine of the Hijaz.
He added that the afternoon call to prayer is raised according to the maqam of the Rast, while Maghrib is on the Maqam Sika, which is fast to shorten the time of the Maghrib prayer, and finally the evening prayer according to the maqam “Ashab wa al-Hussaini” where the sound is sad.
The Muezzin of Bursa Green Mosque, Recep Uyar, passed away to the Dâr-ı Beka.
With his numerous videos on social media, he showed how pleasant the azan is read in different authorities.
May his place be heavenly place… pic.twitter.com/CIIA6Z7cWs
— Serkan Kayalar (@SerkanKayalar_) December 26, 2021
“What remains is a nice sada in this dome…”
The muezzin of Bursa Green Mosque, Recep Uyar, left the most beautiful of the sadas and passed away to the real world.
May God have mercy on him, I wish my condolences to his family and loved ones. pic.twitter.com/LG4HoiAQGh
— Fahrettin Altun (@fahrettinaltun) December 26, 2021
Rest in peace
His voice shook hearts and conquered hearts. I learned that the muezzin Recep Uyar, who is known for the prayers he recited to the visitors of the historical Yeşil Mosque in Bursa, died as a result of a heart attack. I wish God’s mercy on him. pic.twitter.com/dxfv7gRKPi
– Ekrem ammamoğlu (@ekrem_imamoglu) December 26, 2021
This is Recep Uyar from Bursa in Turkey. He is the celebrated reciter of the Athaan which is the call to prayer and the soundtrack from mosques around the world Sadly he has passed away. 🤲🏼 May Allah grant him Jannah pic.twitter.com/ra7oqyYhyh @Turkeypics_
— Ashraf Garda (@AshrafGarda) December 27, 2021
Hundreds of millions around the world watched this clip of the muezzin of the Turkish Bursa Mosque, “Ragab Uyar”, as he explained the positions of the call to prayer for each prayer.. Today, Rajab passed away and moved from the worldly home to the hereafter.
The Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: “The muezzin is forgiven for the extent of his voice, and all wet and dry will bear witness to him.” pic.twitter.com/pJ2EZqcvym
— Hamza Tekin Hamza Tekin (@Hamza_tekin2023) December 26, 2021
How sweet this voice is, and how fragrant these words are.. they come down on hearts with coolness and peace…!
He died, may God have mercy on him, to meet God on the Day of Resurrection, and he is one of the tallest necks of people, and the extent of his voice has been forgiven for him, and all wet and dry will testify to him… pic.twitter.com/qeWfAECbbY
– Dr. Othman Othman (@DrOthmano) December 27, 2021
The owner of the melodious voice and humble performance died #Ragab_Oyar The muezzin of the Bursa Green Mosque in Dar Al-Bekaa
May God have mercy on him and forgive him and accept him among the righteous#Turkey #bursa_mosque pic.twitter.com/F8REjKWqEM
– Dr. Hossam Fawzy Gabr (@HOSAM_MOKBEL) December 26, 2021
The Turkish muezzin, whose skill in diversifying the positions of the call to prayer, was shared by many
Sheikh Rajab Oyar, the muezzin of the Green Mosque in Bursa, may God have mercy on him
– Izzadeen Ahmad (@IzzadeenAhmad) December 26, 2021