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'A great loss for Turks'

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    'A great loss for Turks'

    Monday, June 27, 2005


    ANKARA - Turkish Daily News

    Celebrated author Edward Tashji, a Turk of Armenian origin who
    was a "friend of Turks," passed away last Wednesday. Tashji was
    the public relations director for the New York-based Federation of
    Turkish-American Associations (FTAA), who held a funeral yesterday
    in New York.

    He spent years studying alleged Armenian genocide claims and wrote a
    popular book titled, "Armenian Allegations -- The Truth Must Be Told."

    His widow Mary Tashji described the author's death as a great
    loss for Turks. "The passion he would feel for fellow Turks was
    unbelievable. Whenever he encountered hostility attitude against Turks,
    he would give a response. He always wanted to do something positive
    for the Turkish people," she told the Anatolia news agency.

    The funeral ceremony was attended by FTAA Secretary-General Atilla
    Pak and Metin Tokel, the military advisor for Turkey's Permanent
    Representative to the United Nations Baki Ilkin.

    Tashji will be buried today in the Karacay Turkish Cemetery in
    New York.

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    I can only hope that the soul of this "so-called Armenian" is haunted forever by the screams of my 8 family members who perished in the Armenian Genocide. Their screams won't have to travel too far, they will already be haunting the souls of all the deniers buried in that Turkish cemetary.


    • #3
      It's amazing how low people can go for money! It's actually disgusting... Anyway, never heard his name, but wonder if he lost any family members in the genocide like I did... Perhaps not.