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FCTA condemns terrorist attacks in Suruç and Adıyaman

FCTA condemns terrorist attacks in Suruç and Adıyaman

FCTA condemns terrorist attacks in Suruç and Adıyaman

FCTA condemns deadly terrorist attacks in Suruç (by ISIL) and Adıyaman (by PKK), Turkey, on July 20, 2015

 

 

 

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TORONTO – The Federation of Canadian Turkish Associations (FCTA) and Turkic Assembly of Canada (TAC) condemned the attacks perpetrated in Turkey on July 20th.

 

The Federation of Canadian Turkish Associations (FCTA) and Turkic Assembly of Canada (TAC) issued the following statement:

“The Federation of Canadian Turkish Associations (FCTA) and Turkic Assembly of Canada (TAC) strongly condemns terror attacks, the first one (by ISIL) which killed 32 young men and women and injured 100 more during a meeting in Suruç at a cultural center in the southeast Turkey near the Syrian border on July 20th; and the second one (by PKK) which killed a specialist corporal of Turkish Armed Forces (Musellim Ünal) in Adıyaman, southeast Turkey, on the same day.

 

A specialist corporal of Turkish Armed Forces Müsellim Ünal was killed in Adıyaman by PKK.

A specialist corporal of Turkish Armed Forces Müsellim Ünal was killed in Adıyaman by PKK.

 

Both PKK and ISIL are on the terrorist list of Turkey, as well as Canada and US. NATO ally Turkey has suffered from international terrorism, namely by Armenian groups, ASALA and JCAG/ARF, and Kurdish group, PKK, since the 1960s, as well as by Al-Qaeda and ISIL.

Since 1984, the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) has caused the deaths of over 35,000 people, including Americans. The PKK has caused billions of dollars of property damage worldwide. The PKK does not represent Kurds, and obtain revenue by narcotics and illegal substance smuggling in the EU.

Turkey is the world’s largest refugee-hosting nation, including more than 1.7 million Syrian and 200,000 Iraqi Kurdish refugees, as well as 200,000 Azeris from Armenian-occupied western Azerbaijan, 100,000 Armenians from Armenia looking for better life in Turkey, 75,000 Bosnians, 50,000 Bulgarians, 20,000 Albanians and Kosovars, and thousands of others.

FCTA and TAC mourn the loss of our people, who have perished as a result of this heinous act of terror, and offer our heartfelt condolences to their families and wish a speedy recovery to those who were injured. Regardless of the motivations and names of perpetrators, they are the common menace for all humanity and threat to World peace, and must be condemned as such..

FCTA, on behalf of the Canadians of Turkish origin, remembers and condemns all these heinous terrorist attacks and crimes against humanity in Canada and elsewhere and strongly denounces terrorism in all its forms and types which can have no ethnicity, no religion, no country, no moral limitation and no respect for any human value. FCTA always supports open dialog and free discussions among disputing groups to resolve differences.”

 

Bizim Anadolu / July 22, 2015

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