In the video below, Professor Justin A. McCarthy, historian and demographer from University of Louisville, Kentucky and Mr. Bruce Fein, specializing in constitutional law, international law and civil liberties comment on alleged Armenian genocide:
We kindly ask you to register and sign the White House petition calling President Obama to commemorate the 21st anniversary of the Khojaly Massacre with a Presidential message.
On the night of February 25-26, 1992, Armenian forces, supported by Russia’s 366th motorized infantry regiment, occupied the Azerbaijani town of Khojaly and brutally massacred its fleeing residents. 613 civilians including 106 women, 63 children and 70 elders were tortured to death in a freezing cold, up to 2,000 were reported missing.
This will only take less than a minute of your time, but will help recognize the horrific war crime committed by Armenian forces against the innocent Azerbaijani Turkic civilians.
"By February 1, 1990, 706 people had applied for medical assistance to medical facilities of Baku. The court medical bureau [sudebno-meditsinskoye byuro] had accepted 84 persons. 73 of them with gunshot wounds (16 in their backs), smashed by APCs 8, bayoneted wounds 2. By February 9, 1990, 170 people, including 6 Russians, 7 Jews, Tatars and Lezgins, had died. Among the dead are six women and 9 children and teenagers. 370 people were wounded. 321 people disappeared." Source: "Black January: Baku 1990, Documents and Materials", AzerNeshr, Baku, 1990, p. 287, with a reference to the Ministry of Health of Azerbaijan SSR.
2012 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the first Balkan War. Turkish Coalition of America (TCA) published an annotated map displaying the forced exile and death of about 1.5 million Ottoman Muslims, one of the biggest tragedies of the 20th century, which remains untold to date.
Several of our members asked us for our recommendations for the November 6 Election. TurkishPAC’s articles of incorporation states that “The Corporation shall not concern itself with the political issues that are inherent to the internal and/or international political operations of the USA or Turkish Governments, otherwise not related to the defense of the Turkish Heritage”. We must therefore base our recommendations only to issues that are related to the defense of the Turkish Heritage.
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Please, take only few seconds of your time to submit the Pax Turcica CapWiz letter campaigns to your elected US officials and local media. These letters are necessary to voice the opinion of Turkish- and Turkic-Americans against the House Resolutions 304, 306, 180 and the Senate Resolution 196, designed to charge Turkey with the crime of genocide, to allege its destruction of Christian heritage and to interfere into its sovereign constitutional affairs. Below are the links:
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TurkishPAC received a letter from the USA Congressional District 7
Representative Honorable John Culberson on February 24, 2011, which
states that he fully supports our opposition to the Congressional
Armenian Genocide Resolutions and declares that he plans to vote against such resolutions if they come to the house floor. Honorable Culberson wrote that
1915 and 1923, brutal fighting took place between Armenian and Ottoman
Turks over the future of Anatolia. While Armenian authorities allege
that up to 1.5 million Armenians were killed and another 500,000 were
forcibly removed in ethnic cleansing, this view is not universally
shared by scholars. Nearly a hundred years have passed since these
alleged crimes took place, yet they still create significant
controversy. Since this is a divisive historical question, experts
should debate the merits of the genocide designation, not members of the
United States House of Representatives. Furthermore, since Turkey is a
close friend of the United States and an important ally in the Global
War on Terror, there is no reason to unnecessarily provoke the emotions
of the Turkish Public.