April 13 – 19 is the “National Library Week” in the USA which was also celebrated in Turkey in early April. There were only a few articles about the event in Turkey, such as the assessment by Dogan Hizlan in Hurriyet, and, as far as the public is concerned,...
A new book based on years of study and documents from the archives of many nations by Justin McCarthy, Esat Arslan, Cemalettin Taskiran and Omer Turan, published in 2006. Utah Series in Turkish and Islamic Studies, The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City Very few books mention the true...
Hundred Thousand Muslims Were Slaughtered Mustafa Gül writes that 2,500 Muslims were slaughtered by 10,000 Armenians after Van fell to the enemy.  This estimate which does not show any reference is quite conservative even if it only reflects those killed in the city center.   Hulki Sarol, and Ergünöz Akçora who...
The President of the Republic of Turkey should go to Erivan as invited by the President of Armenia but with a message from the Turkish people that should be published in Turkish and Armenian newspapers and perhaps in the American, European and the World media as well. The invitation to...
Here, the author chronicles the Armenian atrocities against the Muslim population prior to the deportation order of April 1915.  There is immense evidence in Ottoman archives clearly proving the Ottoman decree of relocation was in self defence.  If only the Diaspora could face up to historical facts. Chapter IX-B The situation...
LMTV-2012: THE IMPERIALISM WORKS THROUGH THE MINORITIES - Part 2/2 - Prof. TURKKAYA ATAOV from The Light Millennium TV - LMTV on Vimeo.
Dear Paul, I read the first 5 sections of your new book while stuck at home during the worst rainstorm that hit Istanbul, the town that you have written about and seem to like very much. It is a very interesting book like many that you have written before, including...
  The book, first introduced during the October 2009 Book Fair in Istanbul, is new on the Armenian issue by a Turkish researcher and writer, assisted by his daughter Tomris. I started reading the book during the first leg of a month-long Train tour of Turkey that started on December...
“Inquisitorial, liberticidal and obscurantist,” said Josselin de Rohan, then Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the French Senate, on May 4, 2011. The first censorship bill regarding the Armenian issue was rejected by an overwhelming majority of senators. For purely electoral reasons, Nicolas Sarkozy oversaw the vote of...
LMTV-2012: THE IMPERIALISM WORKS THROUGH THE MINORITIES - Part 1/2 - Prof. TURKKAYA ATAOV from The Light Millennium TV - LMTV on Vimeo.