Ahmed Mikdâd Efendi is a mudarris, teacher, poet and author who lived between 1872-1939. Ahmed Mikdâd Efendi, who was born in Sivas/Divrigi in march 1872, came to Istanbul with his parents when he was eight years old and continued his education here. He had a quality education at Fatih Madrasahs. When he was twenty-seven years old, he continued education in madrasah, he was exiled due to his opposition discourses to Abulhamid II and the period of autocracy. As a result of this exile, he started to work as a teacher and later as a mudarris in Erzincan. Ahmed Mikdâd Efendi, who remained away from written and verbal opposition in Erzincan, after the declaration of the second constitutionalism, went to Istanbul and printed the books he wrote; he published the articles in various journals. In these works, he continued opposition to the period of autocracy. In this article, the exile of Ahmed Mikdâd Efendi from Istanbul; the reasons for the exile and the consequences of his exile are discussed. These issues were investigated in the light of the archive documents and the information provided by Ahmed Mikdâd Efendi’s son. The criticisms he expressed in the works he wrote after the declaration of the second constitutionalism were also mentioned in this study.
Yayımlanma Tarihi : 15 Eylül 2020
|ISNAD||Fidan, Erhan Salih . "II. Abdülhamid Devri’nde Genç Bir Muhalif: Ahmed Mikdâd Efendi’nin Sürgünü". Kastamonu Üniversitesi İlahiyat Fakültesi Dergisi 4 / 1 (Eylül 2020): 141-161 .|