Two Months After His Death, Mufti Zukorlic’s Cat Refuses To Leave His Grave

Nearly two months have passed when the Bosniak Islamic Theologian and politician left this world suddenly while lecturing at the private International University of Novi Pazar, which he had established, but the refusal of his pet cat to leave his grave has left netizens in awe.

Pictures of the cat on the grave of the deceased Mufti are being circulated on various social media platforms with people captioning the pictures by writing about the great deeds of Mufti.

“She feels the peace beneath, may be that is the reason she doesn’t want to leave.” Wrote one Twitter user while reacting to a picture of the cat on the grave.

Mufti Zukorlic’s  Sudden Death Creates Vacuum in Sandzak:

The sudden death of Bosniak strongman Muamer Zukorlic has shocked the mainly Muslim region, which straddles Serbia and Montenegro, and where he left a unique mark.

The former Mufti of Sandzak, leader of the Justice and Reconciliation Party, SPP, and deputy speaker of Serbia’s parliament died aged 51 of a heart attack, shocking Muslims in the region, the diaspora, and around the world.

Who was Mufti Muamer Zukorlić?

Zukorlic was a Serbian politician and Islamic theologian who served as the president and chief Mufti of the Islamic Community in Serbia. An ethnic Bosniak, he served as an MP from 2016 to 2020 and as the vice president of the National Assembly of Serbia from October 2020 until his death.

Zukorlić was born on 15 February 1970 in Orlje near Tutin, SFR Yugoslavia, where he grew up with his family. He attended primary school in the village of Ribariće and the Gazi Husrev-beg madrasa in Sarajevo. 

He studied Islamic sciences at the Emir Abdelkader University in Constantine, Algeria, graduating in 1993. He completed his postgraduate studies in Lebanon.

Zukorlić supported peaceful relations with other countries in the Balkans, and campaigned during elections on a reconciliation program.

In order to combat unequal state development, Zukorlić called for decentralization of Serbia. He also called to end organized crime in Serbia.

Zukorlić had two wives and eight children. His mother came from the Radončić family. He also spoke Arabic. He was a member and one of the founders of the Bosniak Academy of Sciences and Arts,and was an educated Islamic theologian. His family was involved in the illegal construction of multiple buildings.

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