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Chilean Miners, who were stranded 69 days, came to Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus(TRNC) and visit Naqshbandi Sect Leader Sheikh Nazım Kibrisi.
Sheikh Nazim Kibrisi indicating that they were honored to visit the miners. Relating about their visit and sheikh, Chilean miners noted that they saw great support from Sheikh Nazım as spiritually. Miners shared their experiences by visiting Sheikh Nazım Kibrisi. Sheikh Nazim, Naqshbandi sect leader in Turkish Cyprus, also an important figure in TRNC.
Dario Segovia, rescued miners said that, people behave themselves warm. Sheikh Nazim pointed out that unlike most people; he said he wanted to take advantage of the miners’ experiences.
Kıbrisi also underlined that, they prayed to them they were 700 meters belof of earth. If they had nod religious belief, they would not have managed to live more than a day, Kibrisi added.
On 5 August 2010, a cave-in occurred at the San José copper-gold mine in the Atacama Desert near Copiapó, Chile. The accident left 33 men trapped 700 meters (2,300 ft) below ground. The miners survived underground for a record 69 days. All 33 were rescued and brought to the surface on 13 October 2010.
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