Adnan Oktar, who used the pen name Harun Yahya, was born in 1956 in Ankara. He completed his primary, secondary and high school education in Ankara. Later, he studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Istanbul Mimar Sinan University and the Department of Philosophy at Istanbul University. Since the 1980s, he has written many works on religious, scientific and political issues. In addition to this, the author has very important works which reveal the frauds, the invalidity of the claims and the dark connections of Darwinism with the bloody ideologies.
Harun Yahya's works are a total of 45,000 pages of a collection of about 30,000 paintings, which have been translated into 60 different languages.
The author's pen name is composed of the names of Harun and Yahya to honor the names of the two prophets fighting against denial. The symbolic meaning of using the seal of the Messenger of Allah on the cover of the books is related to the content of the books. This seal, the last book of the Holy Quran and the last word of God, our Prophet (saas) 's hatem-ul anbiya reminds. The author, in all his published works, has guided the Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Messenger. In this way, it aims to refute all the basic claims of the denialist systems one by one and to say the son last word acak that will completely silence the objections against religion. The seal of the Messenger of Allah, a very wise and perfect master, was used as a prayer of his intention to say this last word.
The common goal of all the author's works is to bring the message of the Qur'an to the world, thus making people think about the fundamental issues of faith such as God's existence, oneness and the Hereafter, and revealing the rotten foundations and perverse practices of the denial systems.
As a matter of fact, the works of Harun Yahya are from India to America, from England to Indonesia, from Poland to Bosnia and Herzegovina, from Spain to Brazil, from Malaysia to Italy, from France to Bulgaria and Russia. It is read with appreciation in many countries of the world until. English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Urdu, Arabic, Albanian, Russian, Bosnian, Uighur, Indonesian, Malay, Bengoli, Serbian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Kishwahili (used in Tanzania), Hausa (common in Africa) , Dhivelhi (used in Mauritus), Danish and Swedish, have been translated into many languages.