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“Дунё ўзбеклари” тақдим этади – Муҳаммад Солиҳ: Каъбани соғиниб…
03/15/2016 In English
Muhammad Solih's photo.
 
Kabe’yi Sağındım (Özledim)
Ben yine sağındım, evini Sen’in
Ey bizi yaradan, Rahmanir Rahim.
Bu bir teşbih değil, gerçekten benim,
Sağınçtan göklere yükselir ahım!
Şükür ki, sindirdin nefsin sazını,
Yerine kalbimi inlettin, Rabbim.
“Sağınmak” fiilinin tam manasının,
“Sığınmak” olduğunu anlattın, Rabbim!
2016
Каъбани соғиниб…
Мен яна соғиндим уйингни, Эгам
Эй бизни яратган Раҳмонир Роҳийм!
Бу бир ташбих эмас, ҳақиқатан ҳам
Соғинчдан кўкларга юксалар оҳим!
Шукур-ки, синдирдинг нафснинг созини,
Ўрнига юракни ингратдинг, Роббим!
«Соғинмоқ» феълининг туб маъносининг
«Сиғинмоқ» эканин англатдинг, Роббим!
25.01.2016
Muhammad Solih's photo.
5 mart ukam Maqsud Beğjonning tuğilgan küni. Unga hayirli bir ümr, ğurbat hayotida sabr va matonat tilayman.
Bundan 35 yil avval yozilib, Maqsudga atalgan bir matnda ikkimizni nazarda tutib “sayohga aylangan ikki yerli” jümlasini işlatibman.
Bu hayoliy jümla bugun haqiqatga aylandi: bugün bizni öz vatanimizda begona sayohlar qatoriga qoshib qoyishdi.
bunda ham bir hikmat bor.
Quyida u ğaroyib matnni oqing
БИЗНИНГ ЕРИМИЗ
Мақсудга
Биз шу ерда яшаган эдик.
Бобомники эди шу ҳовуз.
Суви тугаб қолган энди
Хазонлар чирир ҳовуч-ҳовуч.
Гужумлар қуп-қуруқ – қутилган юкдан,
шўрдан оппоқ ҳовузнинг лаби.
Чумчуқлар юрар, сувсизликдан
Қуш бўпқолган балиқлар каби.
Биз юрибмиз-ака ва ука,
Сайёҳга айланган иккита ерли.
1981
5 mart kardeşim, şair Maksud Beğcan in doğum günü. Ona hayırlı ömür, gurbet hayatında sabir ve metanet diliyorum.
35 yıl önce yazılmış ve Maksuda adanmış bir metinde bizi, iki kardeşi kastederek, “seyyaha dönüşen iki yerli” gibi bir cümle sarfetmışım.
İşbu hayali cümle 35 yıl sonra gerçeğe dönüşmüş ve bizi bugün öz vatanımız yöneticileri “bigane seyyahlar” listesine almış durumda.
Bunda da bir hikmet var.
1981 yılında yazılmiş metin:
BİZİM YERİMİZ
Maksud Beğcan a adanmıştır
Dedemin idi şu havuz
Suyu tükenmiş şimdi
Yapraklar çürür avuç avuç
Karağaçlar kurumuş, kurtulmuş yükten
Havuzun tuzdan akarmış lebi
Serçeler gezer susızlıktan
Kuşa dönüşen balıklar gibi
Biz geziyoruz ağabey-kardeş
Turiste dönüşen iki yerli…
.
1981
Muhammad Solih's photo.
Sağa sola bakma, israf olmasın bu göz
Dünya ya son defa bakar gibi bak!
Öz konuş, ki senin dediğin her söz
Veda sözü gibi olsun kısa,pak!
2009
ТЕЖАМ
Аланглама, исроф бўлмасин бу кўз,
дунёга сўнгги бор боқаётгандай боқ –
тежаб гапир, токи айтганинг ҳар сўз
Видо сўзи каби бўлсин қисқа, пок!
2009
Ailece Türkiyeden (24 Nisan 1999) sinırdişi edilip, altı yıl sonra Temmüz 2005 de ancak döneblidik, sağolsun, yeni hükümet özlemini çektiğimiz topraklara giriş izni verdi. Aidin hanım da o mutluluk içindeydi…
Family from Turkey (24 April 1999) is a female, and six years later, in 2005, however, our demon, we return thanks to the new government, I miss the land that we gave you permission to log in. You did to the lady that was in happiness…
'Ailece Türkiyeden (24 Nisan 1999) sinırdişi edilip, altı yıl sonra Temmüz 2005 de ancak döneblidik, sağolsun, yeni hükümet özlemini çektiğimiz topraklara giriş izni verdi. Aidin hanım da o mutluluk içindeydi...'
 Aidin Salih with Muhammad Solih
The Long Reach Of Uzbekistan’s Authorities
by Bruce Pannier
It’s becoming increasingly clear to those who have fled their Uzbek homeland for political reasons that they are not safe even in countries far from Central Asia.
Five men in Turkey are suspects in a plot to kill exiled Uzbek opposition leader Muhammad Solih. Two of those men, one an Uzbek national, will soon appear before Istanbul’s Tuzla court.
The Solih case comes after an Uzbek cleric who criticized the government in Tashkent was shot dead in Istanbul in December 2014 and another Uzbek cleric survived an apparent attempt on his life in Sweden. And then there are the many Uzbek nationals who have disappeared in Russia, some of them snatched off the street, only to reappear in courts, and later prisons, in Uzbekistan.
Solih told RFE/RL’s Uzbek Service, known locally as Ozodlik, on December 3 that suspicious people were hanging out around his home in eastern Istanbul.
Solih called the police, who also started watching his home, and it was not long before they spotted the suspicious characters outside Solih’s house. The suspects spotted the police also and attempted, unsuccessfully, to flee.
The men drove away, but Istanbul police caught up to them and took all five people inside the vehicle into custody. Three were later released under the condition that they not leave the city.
Turkish media reported one of the men held in custody was a 33-year-old citizen of Uzbekistan, “Hursanbek U.,” and the other man was a Russian national from Daghestan.
Solih is a longtime foe of the Uzbek government. He co-founded the Erk (Freedom) Democratic Party in 1989 when Uzbekistan was still a Soviet republic. Solih ran in the first presidential election in Uzbekistan in December 1991 against Islam Karimov, who is still Uzbekistan’s president today. Solih received, officially, an amazing 12.5 percent of the votes, although many believed he got far more votes than that and some said he actually won the election.
This relatively close election (the closest in Uzbekistan’s history as an independent country) quickly turned Solih into a perceived enemy of the government, and by 1993, after being accused of treason, he had fled Uzbekistan. He continued his opposition activities from outside the country and was apparently enough of a concern to Uzbekistan’s government that in 1999 he was convicted in absentia of plotting to overthrow the government. His alleged co-conspirators were Islamic extremists who formed the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU).
Uzbek authorities could not convince Turkey, where Solih settled, to extradite the Erk party leader, so his brother Muhammad Bekjon, a journalist, was tried and convicted of planning a coup and imprisoned in 1999. Bekjon is still in prison and now has the dubious distinction of being one of the longest-held journalists in the world.
Istanbul police did not tell Solih much about the suspects or the investigation. After the two suspects were captured by the police, Solih told Ozodlik: “The Karimov regime has a network of killers who freely move between Sweden and Turkey. They are tasked with eliminating people who fight against this [Uzbek] regime.”
Ozodlik noted in its reports that someone shot at Solih’s home in 2013. No one was injured in that incident and the culprits were never apprehended.
But in December 2014, Abdullah al-Bukhari, a Muslim cleric who spoke out against the Uzbek government, was shot dead in Istanbul.
In November, Swedish prosecutors suggested an assassin who tried to kill another opponent of the Uzbek government in February 2012 was sent to Sweden by someone in the Uzbek government.
The intended victim was Obidkhon Qori Nazarov, once the popular imam at the Tokhtaboy Mosque in Tashkent and a critic of the government. Nazarov was seriously wounded in the attack. He suffered brain damage and was in a coma for months.
The chief suspect in the shooting is Yury Zhukovsky, a citizen of Uzbekistan. Chief prosecutor Krister Petersson said in court that evidence suggested the Uzbek government was involved in the assassination attempt. Uzbek authorities have not cooperated with requests from the Swedish prosecutor’s office.
In September 2011, Fuad Rustamhojaev was killed outside his home in Ivanovo, Russia. Rustamhojaev was a member of the People’s Movement of Uzbekistan, a group Solih formed in May 2011.
Other opposition figures and fugitives from Uzbekistan have fled to Russia only to later be reported missing. Some have been assaulted and shoved into waiting vehicles. Subsequent information about them usually comes when they appear in courtrooms in Uzbekistan.
International rights groups have recorded dozens of such cases in the last 20 years.
Ozodlik’s Khurmat Babadjanov
contributed to this report
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
© 2015 RFE/RL, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Shukhrat Babajanov's photo.
Бир гўзал ривоят
Бир кун Хизир (а.с.) ҳаммомда зўр ба зўр ювинаётган бир қариянинг ёнига яқинлашиб, дебди:
– Эй, мўйсафид! Ёшлингингда кексаларга ёрдам этсайдинг, бугун ёшлар ҳам сенга елкангни ишқашга ёрдам этган бўлишарди?
Мўйсафид шундай жавоб берибди:

– Мен ёшлигимда кексаларга ёрдам этгандим, аммо замона ёшлари энди ёрдам этмайдиган бўлишган.

Хизир алайҳиссалом мўйсафиднинг елкасини ишқай бошлабди ва дебди:

– Демак, қилган ёрдамларингни юракдан қилмабсан, Аллоҳ севгисини қозонмабсан, акс ҳолда, этганинг у хайирли амалингнинг қаршилигини мутлақо кўрган бўлардинг!
Мўйсафид шундай деб жавоб берибди:

– Агар қилган ишимни Аллоҳ учун қилмаганимда эди, Аллоҳнинг севгисини қозонмаганимда эди, Аллоҳ бугун елкамни Хизир (а.с)га ишқалатармиди?!

Хизир(а.с) бунга ҳайратга тушиб, нидо этибди:
– Эй, Аллоҳим, менга берганинг Сени севганлар рўйхатида бу мўйсафиднинг исми йуқ-ку, бу қандоқ бўлди?
Аллоҳу Таоло унга шундай дебди:

– Эй, Хизир, Биз сенга Бизни севганларнинг рўйхатини бердик, Бизнинг севганларимиз рўйхати эса Бизнинг ёнимиздадир!
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"1" Comment
  1. Бекмурод

    Туркистон соғинди Каъба елини,
    Ҳайданг, биз томонга тоғларни, энди.
    Дунёлар соғинмиш ўзбек элини,
    Қайтадан қурайлик боғларни, энди.

    Бу тупроқда, яна Синолар унсин!
    Берунийнинг руҳи кезсин пурвиқор.
    Ғафлат уйқусидан алплар уйғонсин!
    Аллоҳни деганга Аллоҳ мададкор!

    Ёлғондан чарчадик, бездик риёдан,
    Зулмнинг тиғлари суякка етди.
    Кечдик ҳамиятдан, қолдик ҳаёдан,
    Ёлғиз ташлаб номус билан ор кетди.

    Тўрт бўлиб кўзимиз, йўлларда бугун,
    Озодлик байроғи, руҳларда кезар.
    Банди арслонлар, бўкирар, беун,
    Бошимизда “Эрк”нинг еллари эсар…

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