If you want to practice what you have learnt here, go to Language Test.This article contains Ottoman Turkish text, written from right to left with some Arabic letters and additional symbols joined.Having some links with Twelver Shia Islam (like the importance of the Ahl al-Bayt, the day of Ashura, the Mourning of Muharram, commemorating Karbala, etc.), the practices of the Alevis are based on Sufi elements of the Bektashi of the 13th century.
Before this event took place, there were no Muslim and Turks in Anatolia.
Anatolia was then entirely Christian.) "of or pertaining to Ali".
The answers to these questions, instead of the opposite of what's known by many people is that the birthplace of Alevism was never in Anatolia.
This is an example of great ignorance, that is, to tell that the Alevism was emerged in Anatolia.
According to Ishikists' assertion, on the other hand, it was derived from "Alev" ("flame" in Turkish) in reference to fire which is extensively used in Alevi rituals.