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ATAA Hosts Dr. Mehmet Perincek and Director Serkan Koc

Assembly of Turkish American Associations (ATAA) hosted the second run of the lecture series on Armenian issue and screening of the documentary " 1915 in Armenian Documents" at Türk Evi in Washington, DC on April 5, 2016. The nationwide lecture tour, which was jointly organized by the ATAA, Turkish Patriots Society, Talat Pasha Committee, . read

ATAA Statement on State of Michigan House Bill 4493

As the preeminent umbrella organization of Turkish American associations throughout the United States and Turkey, the Assembly of Turkish American Associations (ATAA) is highly concerned about State of Michigan House Bill 4493's erroneous characterization of the Armenian case as genocide. read

ATAA Condemns Armenia's Aggression against Azerbaijan
ATAA Condemns Armenia's Aggression against Azerbaijan
ATAA Commends Amb. Bass for His Recent Statement on PKK
ATAA Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Brussels
ATAA Condemns Terrorist Attack in Istanbul
ATAA Commemorates the 101st Anniversary of the Battle of Çanakkale
ATAA Condemns Heinous Terrorist Attack in Ankara

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Professor Aziz Sancar
MD, PhD, Biochemistry and Biophysics,
UNC-Chapel Hill, Cancer Genetics

Dr. Aziz Sancar is Sarah Graham Kenan Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. He was born in Savur-Mardin, Turkey in 1946. He obtained his primary andsecondary education in Savur and Mardin and received an M.D. degree
in 1969 from Istanbul University School of Medicine. Continue

Former Starturks
| StarTurk: Goals and Policy

Outside the Box
ATAA President Mehmet Toy: "Turkey is Unaware of the Seriousness of Armenian Issue"
Historyoftruth.com - Assembly of Turkish American Associations (ATAA) President Mehmet Toy maintains the studies as prioritizing the benefits of Turkey. Mehmet Toy, who has a lot of articles, along with the contributions to Turkish American society, he has five books in his major branch and video tutorials. read

Şükrü Elekdağ: "Ermenistan bunu değerlendirmeli"
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

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