Best is most pupular FREE Islamic marriage or matrimonial website in the world.There is good chance you can find a local muslim for marriage. The Bektashi sect follow the teachings of their descendant—the 13th century Alevi saint Haji Bektash Veli.Alevis are found primarily in Turkey among ethnic Turks and Kurds, Like other heterodox Shia groups, Alevis use an extensive Islamic vocabulary but usually with significantly different meanings from the way such words are used in Sunni Islam.Some of the differences that mark Alevis from Orthodox Muslims are the use of cemevi halls rather than mosques but similar to some other Sufi and Shia groups; worship ceremonies that feature music and dancing, candles and grape juice, and where both women and men participate; God is the Light of the heavens and the earth.The example of His light is like a niche within which there is a lamp, the lamp is encased in a glass, the glass is like a radiant planet, which is lit from a blessed olive tree that is neither of the east nor of the west, its oil nearly gives off light even if not touched by fire.
Alevis have some links with Twelver Shia Islam (such as importance of the Ahl al-Bayt, the day of Ashura, the Mourning of Muharram, commemorating Karbala), but do not follow taqlid towards a Marja' "source of emulation".Practices of some Alevis are based on Sufism such as elements of the Bektashi) "of or pertaining to Ali", just as the word Musevi is linked to Musa (Moses), Isevi is linked to Isa (Jesus) and Mevlevi is linked to Mevlana (Rumi).It was adopted by Alevis who took different meanings from it.One such viewpoint is that of the Ishikists, who assert, "Alevi" was derived from "Alev" ("flame" in Turkish) in reference to fire which is extensively used in Alevi rituals and as a reference to the Magian origins of the Alevi laity.
It also refers to baptism in the fire of the holy spirit and to God as a consuming fire.
The arabic word Ali means ascend and refers to the spiritual ascent of the Alevi spirit during the Cem.