Over 10,000 Join TASC Peace and Solidarity Walk 2016

Over 10,000 Join TASC Peace and Solidarity Walk 2016

April 24, 2016 – Washington DC – The Turkish American National Steering Committee (TASC) thanks more than 10,000 Turkish Americans and friends of Turkey who participated in Turkish American Peace and Solidarity Walk. Men, woman, and children joined to voice a strong message of support for Turkey’s struggle for peace, security and justice at home…

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Turkish President Commends TASC for Turkish American Solidarity

Turkish President Commends TASC for Turkish American Solidarity

  September 22, 2016 – New York – After addressing the United Nations, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke before leaders of the Turkish American community. TASC was represented by Treasurer Murat Guzel, Executive Committee Member Mustafa Tuncer, and Board Member Halil Mutlu. TurkishNY reported that President Erdogan commended the Turkish American National Steering Committee,…

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Condemns Syrian PYD, PYG and PKK Terror Trio

Condemns Syrian PYD, PYG and PKK Terror Trio

The Turkish American National Steering Committee Mourns Following Terror Attacks in Ankara Rush Hour Traffic and Diyarbakir The Turkish American National Steering Committee (TANSC) condemns the terrorist attack that killed 28 and wounded over 60 others in rush hour traffic near the Naval Command and Turkish Parliament buildings in the capital city of Ankara earlier…

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UNITED STATES NATIONAL COUNTER-TERRORISM CENTER (NCTC) IDENTIFIES PYD AS TERRORIST AFFILIATE

UNITED STATES NATIONAL COUNTER-TERRORISM CENTER (NCTC) IDENTIFIES PYD AS TERRORIST AFFILIATE

FEBRUARY 24, 2016 UNITED STATES NATIONAL COUNTER-TERRORISM CENTER (NCTC) IDENTIFIES PYD AS TERRORIST AFFILIATE PKK – YPG – PYD TERROR TRIO According to the United States National Counter-Terrorism Center (NCTC), the Kurdistan Workers Party’s (PKK) terrorist organization is affiliated with Syria’s Democratic Union Party (PYD); the PKK’s urban terrorism wing is the Kurdish Freedom Hawks…

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