Decision of Iraklio Muslim Elders concerning the non-acceptance of the succession at the office of the imam of the Mosque Dizdar İsmail Aga of Iraklio of the former deceased imam (Mehmet Efendi Gialelaki)'s son, Kazim Imamaki.
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Title
Decision of Iraklio Muslim Elders concerning the non-acceptance of the succession at the office of the imam of the Mosque Dizdar İsmail Aga of Iraklio of the former deceased imam (Mehmet Efendi Gialelaki)'s son, Kazim Imamaki.
Description
The Muslim Council of Elders declares the succession illegal and considers the residence of the imam as preperty of the Evkafs' Directory of Iraklio. An engrossed copy of the decision is attached to the document.
Issue Date
1903-02-03
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/52595
Collections
Format
30-20 cm
Identifier
ACIEVP00194
Rights
Open Access
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