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23 Jul
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23.07.2015 – ALP National Congress Event “The Kurdish Fight Against Islamic State”

Media Release

July 23rd, 2015

ALP National Congress Event : “The Kurdish Fight Against Islamic State” by The Hon David Feeney MP

It has come to our attention that during this weekend’s ALP National Congress, an event titled “The Kurdish Fight Against Islamic State” will be held by the Hon David Feeney MP, Shadow Minister for Defence.

There are speculations about former and/or current PKK members will be present at this event.

If past or present PKK members are attending this ALP event, this is a matter of serious concern to the Turkish community.

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21 Jul
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21.07.2015 – ISIS Terror Attack in South East Turkey

MEDIA RELEASE

ATA-A condemns the terrible suicide attack on Turkish and Kurdish youth in the border town of Suruc. Last night, Australian time, a suicide bomber exploded a device killing 31 young people, and injuring over a 100 more, who had gathered in Suruc, on the border with Syria. These young activists were planning to help rebuild Kobane, to provide a library and park for the war torn city, and its beleaguered people. The suicide bombing was an attack on not just those humanitarian workers, but on the Turkish people, targeted by the ISIS death cult.

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21 Jul
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32 Years on : Armenian Terrorism in Lisbon romanticised in Sydney

It is been 32 years, and terrorism is still being romanticised by the Armenian Revolutionary Federation and Armenian Youth Federation in Australia, who have invited convicted terrorists to Australia in the past to give lectures about a “United Armenian Agenda”.

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21 Jul
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Dadrian: An Armenian name in an American game

by Tal Buenos

Vahakn N. Dadrian is often described by genocide scholars as the distinguished pioneer in their field of study. The high regard for this founding father of genocide scholarship is ingrained in the discourse on genocide as part of a premeditated field-enhancing rhetoric that seeks to sustain the legitimacy of its product. This is how a biased academic field of study strives to lend itself credibility: It talks about its early days in a romanticized manner, but without commitment to fact-based inquiry.

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