A Turkish couple who got hitched a week ago welcomed 4,000 Syrian refugees to celebrate with them


Fethullah Üzümcüoğlu and Esra Polat got married in Kilis territory on the Syrian fringe, which is as of now home to a huge number of refugees escaping clash in the neighboring nation.

It's conventional for Turkish weddings to last between Tuesday to Thursday, building up and finally finishing in a feast on the most recent night, yet this couple chose they needed a festival with a distinction.

Hatice Avci, a representative for help association Kimse Yok Mu, told i100.co.uk that the philanthropy bolsters around 4,000 evacuees who live in and around the town of Kilis, however last Thursday the love birds gave the funds their families hosted set up together for a get-together to impart their wedding festivals to the outcasts living close-by.

It was the groom's dad, Ali Üzümcüoğlu, who initially had the thought to impart a touch of wedding euphoria to those less fortunate !

" I thought that sharing a big delicious dinner with our family and friends was unnecessary, knowing that there are so many people in need living next door. So I came up with this idea and shared it with my son. I’m very happy that he accepted it and they started their new happy journey with such a selfless action  "
Bride Esra Polat told

"I was shocked when Fethullah first told me about the idea but afterwards I was won over by it. It was such a wonderful experience. I’m happy that we had the opportunity to share our wedding meal with the people who are in real need."

 The wedding visitors united together to work the nourishment trucks and offer the feast with displaced person families:

The bride and groom helped distribute the meal themselves and took their wedding pictures with people at the camp, according to local media.

Groom Fethullah Üzümcüoğlu said that he'd never taken part in something like this before but it was the "best and happiest moment of my life": 

" Seeing the happiness in the eyes of the Syrian refugee children is just priceless. We started our journey to happiness with making others happy and that’s a great feeling"

Fethullah said that his friends were so inspired by the day that they're planning on similar events for their own weddings.

Source of News: i100.independent.co.uk 
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