08 October 2007

2041) Action Alert: Write To Congress, Senate, US Embassy, Ankara, Now ! : Update: Email Addresses & More Sample Letters

Dear Friend, As you know, leading Turkish American organizations are helping Turkish Americans and friends of Turkey to make their voice heard in Congress with respect to H.Res.106 and S.Res 106 which targets Turkish history and heritage, hurts US-Turkish relations and the US national interest. Please visit this Action Alert page to send a fax message to your Representative NOW! This system matches you with your own Representative and sends your email in the form of a fax to him/her.

OPPOSE H.RES 106
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OPPOSE S.RES 106
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CONGRESS WATCH
For listing of cosponsors of the “Armenian Genocide Resolution” in the U.S. House of Representatives (H.Res. 106) and the U.S. Senate (S.Res.106), please visit: thomas.loc.gov

Source: http://www.turkishcoalitionofamerica.org/action.html

US EMBASSY ANKARA - TURKEY
110 Atatürk Blvd, KavaklIdere, 06100 Ankara
Phone: (90-312) 455-5555, Fax: (90-312) 467-0019,
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HONORABLE ROSS WILSON, AMBASSADOR TO TURKEY, ANKARA, TURKEY
I am writing to express my grave concern about . . H.Res.106, which characterizes Armenian deaths in the Ottoman Empire during World War I as genocide.

I strongly oppose the legislating of history. Congress is neither an expert on Ottoman history, nor a judge. The United States Congress does not have the authority, the means or the resources to pass a definitive judgment with respect to a particular group of people and with respect to a complex set of events that occurred over 100 years ago in a distant part of the world, during a world war that claimed the lives of over 50 million. Whether the Armenian case constitutes genocide remains a matter of dispute. In fact, most renowned historians of the Ottoman Empire and the Middle East, have refused to call this great tragedy a genocide.

As a Turk, I am ready to face up to my history. It is the Armenians who are running away from it by refusing to accept the Turkish government’s proposal to establish a Joint History Commission. Had Armenia responded to this offer made in 2005 and repeated by the Turkish Prime Minister time and again, perhaps by now there would have been progress in establishing the truth. This truth will include the massacres of hundreds of thousands of Ottoman Muslims at the hands of Armenian rebels in cohorts with the armies of other nations, and perhaps herein lies the answer to the reluctance of the Armenians and other interested parties.

It is NOT in the interest of the United States to get involved in this controversial issue, and certainly not do so based on one-sided, distorted and hand-picked facts presented to Congress by the multi-million dollar Armenian lobbies in the United States.

This resolution will be an affront to the Turkish people and Turks will never forgive the United States for it.

The obsessive lobbying behind these resolutions year after year prevented reconciliation between Armenians and Turks, and they continued to plant seeds of hatred in young minds.

I know that the US Administration is against this Resolution and I thank you for that.

However, I respectfully ask that my protest, like those of thousands of other Turks, be made known to the leaders of the United States Congress.

Sincerely,
( - - - Your Name - - - )




Campaign To Stop The Armenian Resolution At The U.S. House Of Representatives Urgent Call For Action!

Join The Campaign To Oppose The Armenian Resolution At The U.S. House Of Representatives


Dear Readers,

As Turks we have enough of the Armenian lies. Raise your voice and tell the U.S representatives that they are about to make a serious mistake. Please join the campaing to stop the Armenian resolution at the U.S. House of Representatives. The Resolution is at the International Relations Committee of the House at the moment. Later it will be presented to the House for the full vote. We urge you to act before it is too late. Below you will find the e-mail addresses of the members of International Relations Committee and the most of the representatives as well as some sample letters. To act, simply follow these steps:

  1. Copy one group of e-mail addresses and paste it in the address line of your personal e-mail account.
  2. Copy one of the letters and paste it in the message box. Add your name under the letter.
  3. Send it.
  4. Repeat the same procedure for another group of e-mail addresses until you send the letter to all addresses.


Thank you.

International Relations Committee Members
ben.chandler@mail.house.gov, write2joecrowley@mail.house.gov, joann.davis@mail.house.gov, ChrisSmimth@mail.house.gov, tom.tancredo@mail.house.gov, diane.watson@mail.house.gov, jerry.weller@mail.house.gov, Robert.Wexler@mail.house.gov, Joe.Wilson@mail.house.gov, jeff.fortenberry@mail.house.gov, Elton.Gallegly@mail.house.gov, mark.green@mail.house.gov, Katherine.Harris@mail.house.gov, Henry.Hyde@mail.house.gov, Darrell.Issa@mail.house.gov, barbara.lee@mail.house.gov, connie.mack@mail.house.gov, michael.mccaul@mail.house.gov, betty.mccollum@mail.house.gov, thaddeus.mccotter@mail.house.gov, menendez@mail.house.gov, grace@mail.house.gov, rep.paul@mail.house.gov, donald.payne@mail.house.gov, mike.pence@mail.house.gov, ted.poe@mail.house.gov, Ileana.Ros-Lehtinen@mail.house.gov, ed.royce@mail.house.gov, congressman.schiff@mail.house.gov, brad.sherman@mail.house.gov, garry.ackerman@mail.house.gov, webreply@barretforcongress.com, shelly@sberkley.com, howard.berman@mail.house.gov, info@boozman.com, LEACH.IA01@MAIL.HOUSE.GOV, ENGELINE@MAIL.HOUSE.GOV, TALK2TOM@MAIL.HOUSE.GOV, dan.burton@mail.house.gov, SHERROD@MAIL.HOUSE.GOV, earl@mail.house.gov, cardoza@mail.house.gov, steve@chabot.house.gov

Committees at the House of Representatives
AgricultureCommitteeagriculture@mail.house.gov, bnkgdems@mail.house.gov, BudgetCommitteebudget@mail.house.gov, CommitteeonCommercecommerce@mail.house.gov, CommitteeonInternationalRelationsHIRC@mail.house.gov, CommitteeonResourcesresources.committee@mail.house.gov, Resources-Democractsresources.democrats@mail.house.gov, CommitteeonSciencescience.committee@mail.house.gov, science.minority@mail.house.gov, CommitteeonSmallBusinesssmbiz@mail.house.gov, JointEconomicCommitteejec_chairman@jec.senate.gov, DemocraticLeadershipd.leadership@mail.house.gov

President, Vice President, House Speaker, Democratic and Republican Parties, Newspapers
president@whitehouse.gov, vice. president@whitehouse.gov, sf.nancy@mail.house.gov, info@gop.com, info@democrats.org, letters@nytimes.com, letters@latimes.com, letters@washpost.com, letter@globe.com, letters@iht.com, letters@independent.co.uk, weblog@guardianunlimited.co.uk, fte.subs@ft.com, VOANews@VOANews.com, Eurasia@VOANews.com, NearEast@VOANews.com, info@dw-world.de, turkish@dw-world.de, info@ap.org

Representatives at the House:
Don.Young@mail.house.gov, sonny.callahan@mail.house.gov, bob.riley@mail.house.gov, robert.aderholt@mail.house.gov, budmail@mail.house.gov, sbachus@mail.house.gov, call earl@mail.house.gov, snyder.congress@mail.house.gov, asa.hutchinson@mail.house.gov, talk2jay@mail.house.gov, as00@mail.house.gov, matt.salmon@mail.house.gov, ed.pastor@mail.house.gov, j.shadegg@mail.house.gov, jim.kolbe@mail.house.gov, repriggs@mail.house.gov, democratic.caucus@mail.house.gov, doolittle@mail.house.gov, lynn.woolsey@mail.house.gov, George.Miller-Pub@mail.house.gov, sf.nancy@mail.house.gov, ellen.tauscher@mail.house.gov, rpombo@mail.house.gov, talk2tom@mail.house.gov, petemail@stark.house.gov, annagram@mail.house.gov, campbell@mail.house.gov, zoegram@lofgren.house.gov, samfarr@mail.house.gov, gary.condit@mail.house.gov, george.radanovich@mail.house.gov, lois.capps@mail.house.gov, brad.sherman@mail.house.gov, tellbuck@mail.house.gov, arcoiris@mail.house.gov, Rep.Harman@mail.house.gov, millender.mcdonald@mail.house.gov, stephen.horn@mail.house.gov, ed.royce@mail.house.gov, talk2geb@mail.house.gov

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Sample Letters


Honorable Congressman,

As a Turk who sincerely believes in the friendship between Turkish and American peoples, I am writing to ask you to oppose H.RES.316, " Affirmation of the United States Record on the Armenian Genocide," and its concurrent resolution, H.CON.RES.195 , which will be reviewed in the House International Relations Committee next week. Issues such as this that come before you deserve thoughtful consideration on your part, due to the profound impact that your decisions make.

These resolutions would seriously damage the partnership between Turkey and the United States because they provide a one-sided and misinformed view of WWI Ottoman history. The tragic incidents that occurred in the collapse of the Ottoman Empire are presented with a distorted and incorrect view. For instance there is no mentioning of the fact that the main reason for the tragedy was a major Armenian revolt against the Ottoman Empire, their homeland for centuries. The aim of the revolt was to carve out an Armenia from several Eastern provinces of the Ottoman Empire, where the Armenian population was much less than the local Turks.

That Armenians sided with the invading and advancing Russian armies is never mentioned, either. The conflict created by Armenians themselves and the harsh wartime conditions of cold, famine, and diseases cost a huge number of casualties on both sides. American historian Justin McCarthy states that over one million Muslims and 600.000 Armenians perished in the east alone. In the same period in the Balkans, Caucasus and the Middle East more than four million Ottoman citizens, mostly Turks, perished in similar conflicts.

I sincerely believe that the place to resolve disputes over history is not the parliaments but seminars or symposium where scholars discuss issues openly and rigorously. In this sense, despite the efforts of Turkish government, Armenia insists rejecting to take part in a joint Turkish-Armenian committee of experts. Besides, Turkish archives are open to all but Armenian archives are still closed.

The US congressmen should encourage Armenia to be open to dialogue, and to be more receptive to academic research rather than passing Resolutions in the House. Passing such resolutions will only block a dialog and reconciliation between Turkey and Armenia because it will discourage the Armenian side from discussing the complicated historic events in a scholarly way.

On the other hand, feeling that the US Congress disregards historical realities to favor the American Armenian voters, Turkish people will be deeply affected even with discussion of the issue in the Congress. Unfortunately, one does not have to be smart to see that the Resolution will deal a huge blow to the American interests in and around Turkey, the worst of which will be losing the support of Turkish public opinion forever.

I hope you will keep these points in mind and oppose efforts to legislate this controversial issue.

Sincerely,

- - - NAME - - -



Dear Representative,

I have just learned that Democratic and Republican lawmakers introduced a resolution in the US House of Representatives urging the US administration to recognize an alleged genocide of Armenians during the late Ottoman Empire in Anatolia.

This resolution will get Turkish-US relations in trouble if it is passed. I hope the resolution will never be brought before the president and the United States will not show weakness in the face of Armenian allegations. Otherwise Turkish-US ties will be seriously affected.

Armenian claims, that 1.5 million Armenians were victims of a genocide campaign at the hands of the Ottoman Empire is not true. These allegations don’t reflect the reality, they are one-sided and baseless.

It’s true that most of the Armenians died at that time mostly due to harsh conditions of an ongoing war such as starvation, cold and diseases. The Ottoman documents and modern Turkish experts accept that many Armenians and Turks were killed in communal clashes. However, there is no intention or organization to exterminate Armenians. To the contrary, the Ottoman government of the time published many decrees demanding the protection of Armenian lives and estates. It is also known that not only Armenians but also Turks were also deeply affected by the bad weather, epidemics and famine. Impartial scholars such as American historian Justin McCarthy state that more Turks than Armenians perished during that period of conflict.

Turkish archives are open to all researchers because Turks are not afraid to confront their own history because we are confident that we have not done anything wrong throughout the history. That is why Prime Minister Erdogan, two years ago, proposed to establish a joint commission of historians and other experts to study records of the late Ottoman period in the archives of Turkey, Armenia and other relevant countries, to share their findings with the international community, and to shed light on a disputed period of history and pave the way for a normalization of relations between the two countries. The invitation has been rejected by the Armenian government. They seem to be frightened to confront their history and to reveal the truth.

I still believe that the United States will not alienate its strategic partner Turkey. So I call you to oppose this disputed draft resolution.

Sincerely

- - - NAME - - -



Dear Representative,

As a Turkish citizen, the introduction of a resolution about the tragic events during the World War I in the House of Representatives utterly disappointed me. I believe it is illogical to try to resolve such a contradictory issue with resolutions from parliaments even when there is no consensus among historians and other related academicians on how to qualify the tragic losses during that period, when the entire region was afflicted with a world war, ethnic civil strife, and deprivation.

That the US and Turkey has been very close allies for half a century should be considered very attentively before bringing the Resolution to the House for the vote. I hope you will not disturb these relations expanding and evolving over the decades from a military alliance to a strategic partnership based on common interests and mutual values. Please keep in mind that today, the US and Turkey are cooperating in many areas such as combat terrorism, bridging the gap between the West and the Islamic world, supporting critical transitions in Iraq and Afghanistan, stabilizing the Caucasus and the Balkans, pursuing peace in the Middle East, integrating the former Soviet Republics of Central Asia into the community of democratic states, and transporting Caspian energy resources to world markets. The introduction of the resolution totally disregards the importance that both sides have placed on the strategic partnership and our common endeavors.

I sincerely believe that a process of reconciliation can begin only through common dialogue, and not legislation. Please note that even the discussion of the resolution at the House will negatively affect Turkish public opinion towards the US. Furthermore, the resolution will encourage Armenians to keep away from open dialog and free discussion of the truth.

As a matter of fact, Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan extended an invitation two years ago to his Armenian counterpart to establish a joint commission of historians and other experts to study records of the late Ottoman period in the archives of Turkey, Armenia and other relevant countries, and to share their findings with the international community. It was hoped that such an initiative would shed light on a disputed period of history and pave the way for a normalization of relations between the two countries. Turkey's proposal, praised by a number of European governments, and numerous members of the European Parliament and the U.S. Administration, has not been accepted by the Armenian government yet. Besides, despite the fact that Turkish archives are open to all, Armenia still keeps its archives closed.

Please keep these points in mind and oppose the resolution at the House.

- - - NAME - - -



Dear Representative,

I have learned that a resolution which asserts that Turks committed “genocide” against Armenians during the World War I is presented to the House of Representatives. Despite the failure of similar resolutions in the past it seems that the same issue will keep the House busy again. For the following arguments I urge you to oppose the resolution:

-There is no consensus among historians and academicians on how to characterize the tragic events at the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.

-Turkey wants to resolve the issue thorough open dialog and free discussion.

-Armenian rejects Turkey’s offer of establishing a joint commission of historians to examine the records.

-Armenian archives are closed whereas Turkish archives are open.

-The findings in the resolution are one-sided and represent only the distorted Armenian version.

-In the resolution, there is no mentioning of the Armenian revolt, betrayal to their home country, and siding with the invading Russian armies, nor is there any information on the Turkish losses.

-The resolution will inevitably affect the Turkish-American relations in a negative way as well as damaging the efforts of Turkish-Armenian dialog.

-The resolution will turn Turkish public opinion against the US, which may cost both sides very dearly.

Therefore, I urge you to consider these points once again and to oppose the resolution.

- - - NAME - - -




Honorable Representative,

I am writing you to urge you to oppose a resolution pertaining to the tragic events of the World War I in the Ottoman Empire. In no way can those events constitute the crime of “genocide”. The issue is highly disputed and historians differ on how to name the great human losses of both Armenians and Turks. To label the events that took place during the collapse of the Ottoman Empire as “genocide” is totally unjust and biased. More Turks than Armenians also lost their lives in those tragic events.

I sincerely believe that the resolution will deal a blow to Turkish-American relations and seriously damage the future relations between the Turkish and American peoples. I do not suppose that the resolution, which aims at American domestic politics, will contribute to the solution of the problem between Armenia and Turkey. Besides, it is not difficult for anyone to see that it will cause a heavy burden for the American interests in the region.

Despite Turkey’s well-intentioned efforts to solve the issue such as forming a common historians committee and opening its archives, Armenia agrees neither to open its archives nor to negotiate the matter in any way. As a matter of fact, the issue stems from the fact that Armenians living in the US wish to subtly exploit the House to their own profit, and to the detriment of Turkey.

Hoping that you will consider my arguments, I urge you to reject the resolution and to prevent damaging the time-honored friendship between the Turkish and American peoples.

- - - NAME - - -

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