TURKISH AMERICAN CULTURAL ALLIANCE REACTS HOMEWORK ON SO-CALLED "GENOCIDE"
Jan 11 2010
According to , one of the well established
Turkish organizations in United States, Turkish American Cultural
Alliance stated that there are certain schools in United States which
assign students with homeworks on so called Armenian "genocide."
Calling Turkish families to be aware, Chairman of Turkish American
Cultural Alliance Hamit Demirkan, Advisors for Public and Media
Relations Ibrahim Kurtulus, Ali Cinar and Ceran Olga Gokdeniz announced
that Turkish families should take necessary measures and ask their
children whether they have assigned with homework on so-called Armenian
"genocide" or not.
Underscoring that the issue is very important, Administrators of
Turkish American Cultural Alliance stated that families who have
information on this issue may send the information to the address:
In one of the most important schools in New York, a Turkish student
was assigned with homework on 1915 incidents. Turkish-American student
and American students in the class were urged to use only the sources
that are prepared in accordance with Armenian thesis.
Getting information about the situation, officials of Turkish American
Cultural Alliance stated that they are working on the issue and they
will have a meeting with school management.