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ACIGVC00008.jpg.jpgHarakas Mayor. The writer complains that some villagers bring their animals in the Muslim Cemetery of Bagiouta (?) Village.-1902-02-06
Towards the Irakliou Council of the Ottoman Elders: The Irakliou Mayor M.Deliahmetakis informs them that they have to have the old residence in Balta Jami Quarter demolished.-1905-01-10; 1905-01-14
ACIGVC00009.jpg.jpgAct of resignation of any kind of property. 6 mayors of the Muslim villages of Irakliou Municipality report: 3 months ago armed group of Christians forced all Muslims that were living in the country side to leave their properties and ask for refuge.--
Towards Irakliou Officer of the Rural Economy: a lot of Muslims complain that some citizens pasture their animals in the Muslim cemetery out of the city of Chania and Kenourgias.-1923-01-04; 1923-01-05
Mayor Karyotaki (?) answers to a previous complaining letter of Administration of Muslim Foundations and supports that in Partira Village, next to Ottoman cemetery and to an old Byzantine church that square is part of cemetery.-1904-12-29; 1905-02-02
Iraklio Muslim Elders. Unsigned letter to the Mayor of Harakas Village setting a charge against the priest Papa Ioannis of the village because he urged the Christians to trespass the limits of the Ottoman graveyard at the Village Rotasi for grazing.-1904-01-27
ACIGVC00007.jpg.jpgTowards Irakliou Prefecture: the Muslims complain for the building of a stable in the yard of the Vezir Mosque and ask to stop it.-1923-01-05
Towards General Commander of Crete/Irakliou Holy Court. President of Council of the Muslim Elders and Muftis reports that all Muslims had to leave the country side and take refuge, because armed groups of Christians have been threatening their life.-1923-01-11
ACIGVC00001.jpg.jpgTowards the Administration of Irakliou Evkaf: Irakliou Mayor, M. Deliahmetakis asks for the presence of an imama, according to the law, in order to prepare the electoral registers and also asks that the imams incite Muslims to vote.-1900-01-02
Irakliou Prefecture. The writer (Beksim?) reports that on the Vaide Jami Square there is an urinal which is located next to the market against every reason of hygiene he asks therefore to forbid using that urinal.-1903-01-16; 1903-05-22
ACIGVC00016.jpg.jpgIrakliou Municipality. The writer complains that the yard of the Vezir Mosque is used for having come carts stored during the night and asks the mayor to forbid it-1907-10-06
ACIGVC00004.jpg.jpgTowards the Prime Minister, the Minister of Religions and the Minister of Interior Affairs / Athens. The President of Irakliou Council of the Muslim Elders reports that the Mosques of Yeni and Vezir Jami were used for the religious services of the Muslims.-1923-03-23
Towards Irakliou Muslim Elders: Irakliou Prefect asks them to appoint two or three witnesses for each damage that had been made to the Roufa Pasa Mosque, in the cemetery of Seferiana Village.-1911-01-03; 1911-01-04
Towards the Director of Irakliou Muslim Foundations: Irakliou Mayor informs that the report of G. Siganou hadn't been accepted by the prefecture and therefore, the Administration has to have the concerned building demolished.-1915-06-13; 1915-06-19
Irakliou Mayor informs Administration of Irakliou Evkaf that it has been reported to him that the pavements of the Administration which are used by the butchers are in a terrible condition and that dirty water and blood of dead animals stagnates on them.-1911-09-27
Irakliou Council of the Muslim Elders. Towards the President of the Kastelliou Pediados Municipal Committee for the estimation of the damages.-1904-07-03; 1904-07-10
The Director Mihri Koutsizade, representing the Administration of the Muslim Foundations, against the Greek Public, represented on Crete by the General Governor of Crete Loukan Roufon, towards Irakliou Court of First Instance.-1914-05
Towards Irakliou Prefect: the Agion Paraskion Mayor D. G. Stavrakis complains that in the Agiou Vasiliou Municipality there is a fountain which belongs to the Evkaf.-1904-06-28
Towards the General Commander of Crete: Memorandum of Muslim Elders complains that, although religion of the Cretan Muslims had been respected by all governments so far and Turkish language had been taught together with Greek language in the Cretan schools.-1923-01-14; 1923-01-16
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