Öksüz said that after these competitions, calligraphers from around the world started to recognize and acknowledge each other. He received requests to write calligraphy on mosques in Turkey and other countries. "I wrote the calligraphies of a mosque that was built in Sydney, Australia. I also wrote the calligraphies of a huge mosque in Germany and the Rotterdam Mosque in the Netherlands. There are mosques in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan where I wrote calligraphy. A new mosque has been built in New York, U.S. Its doors were made in Konya. I wrote the basmala [bismillahirrahmanirrahim] and kalimah [testament of the oneness of God, la ilaha illallah Muhammad ar-rasulullah] on the doors. I have many works that are exhibited in museums," said Öksüz. Continuing teaching at KTO Karatay University, Öksüz said that he has given permission to 20 of his students to teach. He also noted that 5 or 6 of his students are waiting his permission to put down their names under their calligraphy.
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