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ATAA Celebrates May 19th Commemoration of Atatürk,
Youth & Sports Day

Turkish Americans have what it takes to be a successful American heritage community based on strong grassroots nationwide, because one of the world's greatest grassroots achievements was the Turkish Independence Movement and Revolution, which Great Atatürk lead with the people of Anatolia soon after landing in Samsun on the good ship Bandırma on May 19, 1919.  read


Press Releases and News

Washington'da "Barış ve Dayanışma" yürüşü

TurkishNY - ABD’deki 145 Türk-Amerikan sivil toplum kuruluşunca oluşturulan Yönlendirme Komitesi’nin Washington’da düzenlediği ‘Barış ve Dayanışma Yürüyüşü’ne 7 Bin’in üzerinde gösterici katıldı.  read

USCMO Statement on 1915 Turkish-Armenian Events 
The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) the largest umbrella group of mainstream Muslim American organizations is aware of the painful history of over 30 nations fighting for over 4 years and the loss of over 37 million lives in World War I, including those of the Armenians. read

Assassination of Los Angeles Turkish Consul General Marks 42nd Anniversary of Modern Armenian Terrorism
On January 27, 1973, Armenian American extremist, Gourgen Yanikian, assassinated the Los Angeles Turkish Consul General Mehmet Baydar and Vice Consul Bahadir Demir, after inviting the Turkish diplomats to his hotel suite to present the Turkish Government with "gifts." read

ATAA Mourns the Passing of "Turkish Einstein" Oktay Sinanoglu
ATAA Commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Canakkale
ATAA Mourns the Victims of the Khojaly Massacres

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Dr. Mehmet Ali Sanlıkol
(composer/multi-instrumentalist/ ethnomusicologist)
Mehmet Sanlıkol studied western classical piano with his mother Fethiye Sanlıkol and started giving piano recitals as early as age five. Until the year 1992, he constantly performed classical and contemporary music. Continue

Former Starturks
| StarTurk: Goals and Policy

Outside the Box

Trouble Brewing for Turkey in US House of Representativesby Mark Meirowitz
Prof. Turkkay Ataov's Lecture on Armenian Revolt
Turkey's PM Speaks to Security Conference re Armenian Claims
Interview with ATAA President Ergun Kirlikovali by Mert Turkoglu
USLifeMag Interview with Ergun Kirlikovali
Maxime Gauin: The Convergent Analysis of Russian, British, French, and American Officials Regarding the Armenian Volunteers (1914-1922)
Past President Gunay Evinch: France is “criminalizing thought”
Maxime Gauin: ASALA’s Day In The French National Assembly
Mark Meirowitz: Genocide’ in Armenia is not for Israel to decide
Maxime Gauin: Resisting Nicolas Sarkozy
President Kirlikovali: France is sorry for causing Armenian blood to be spilled
Maxime Gauin: Mr. Sarkozy is Making a Miscalculation
Javid J. Huseynov: Christmas onslaught by ethnic interest groups in France
President-Elect Mehmet Celebi's interview on WBEZ 91.5
President-elect Mehmet Celebi's interview on Al Jazeera
Past President Gunay Evinch, Bloomberg HT interview


Reference Center

 

Dr. Şükrü Elekdağ: Tarihsel Gerçekler ve Uluslararası
Hukuk Işığında Ermeni Soykırımı İddiası


ARMENIAN TERRORISM
ATAA Armenian Terrorism Report [pdf]
The Case of Mourad Topallian and the JCAG Terror Group [read]

SCHOLARY DEBATE ON ARMENIAN ALLEGATIONS
ATAA Armenian Research Committee, Position Paper 1,
Review of "A Shameful Act", Taner Akcam (ATAA, April 2007); [pdf]

Book Review by Yucel Guclu, Mediterranean Quarterly
(Summer 2007) "The Armenian Rebellion at Van", Justin McCarthy, Esat Arslan, CemalettinTaskiran, Omer Turan, (The University of Utah Press, 2006). [pdf]

Bernard Lewis Distinguishes Armenian Case from Holocaust
Video Statement By Prof. Bernard Lewis Of Princeton University:
No Armenian Genocide [video] [pdf]

FALSE ALLEGATIONS
  A group of multi-national intellectuals ranging from diverse backgrounds like medical doctors, engineers, lawyers, computer scientists, and historians from Europe, USA and Turkey have agreed on the dissemination of attached articles to set the record straight regarding the false Armenian allegations.

White Paper [pdf] | Misrepresentations [pdf]

ARMENIAN ISSUE REVISITED [more]
 

• Drug Smuggling as Main Source of PKK Terrorism read
• The Armenian Allegation of Genocide: FACTS by ATAA [read]
• Armenian-Turkish Conflict by Prof. Justin McCarthy [read]
• An Armenian and Muslim Tragedy? by Bruce Fein [read]
• Pursuing the Just Cause of Their People by Michael M. Gunter [read]
• Anatolia 1915: Turks Died, Too by Justin McCarthy [read]
• ATAA Remembers the Victims of Armenian Terrorism [read]


ARMENIAN-AZERBAIJAN CONFLICT [more]
• Armenian-Azerbaijan Conflict [more]
• Occupation of Azerbaijan [read]
• Khojali Tragedy Remembered [read]

SUGGESTED INFORMATION

Turkey's PM Speaks to Security Conference re Armenian Claims
Armenian Fabrications
Armenian Terror
The Genocide of Truth
Institute for Armenian Research
Tall Armenian Tale
Edward Tashji
Armenian Issue
Armenians-1915
American-Turkish Claims Settlement: Under Dec 24, 1923 Agreement


PKK/KONGRA-GEL and TERRORISM [more]

What is PKK?
PKK´s Involvement in Drug Trafficking
Is There A "Kurdish Question" in Turkey?

PKK: The Worst Enemy of Kurdish Interests by Maxime Gauin
Children of Terror: The Case of the PKK by Sedat Laçiner
Drug Smuggling as Main Source of PKK Terrorism by Sedat Laçiner

PKK- TAK: Blind Nihilist Terror by Ihsan Bal
PKK: The Worst Enemy of Kurdish Interests
Children of Terror: The Case of the PKK


TURKISH REPUBLIC of NORTHERN CYPRUS [more]
• An Admission of Exclusion by Guler Koknar[read]
• ATAA Statement on Cyprus for European Subcommittee [read]
• Attempted Genocide... in Cyprus by Michael Stephen [read]

Upcoming Events
 
What's New
Proving” a “Crime against Humanity”? by Maxime Gauin
Historiography by Political Committee and Committed Historians by Andrew Mango
What Is Genocide? The Armenian Case by Michael M .Gunter
E-Newsletter, Issue 49
Joint Declaration by Turkish American Associations
Armenian Terrorism Report (CIA, FOIA act file)
Selected Bibliography on the Armenian Question
ATAA 2014 BOD Elections
Genocide of Truth by Sukru Server Aya
Report Card on Gender Equality in Turkey

Action Alert
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Condemn the war crimes in Srebrenica and Khojaly
Call Now to Oppose HR 4347: A Racist Bill Against Turkey
Support Congressman Gerry Connolly, Remove Prejudices from Anti-Turkish Bill
Oppose HR 4347: Stop Racist Crusade against Turkey
Support U.S. Ally Turkey, Stop Al-Qaeda-ISIL Terror
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Useful info
Suggested Links
Şükrü Elekdağ: "Ermenistan bunu değerlendirmeli"
Armenian Allegations
and Historical Facts
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