Turkish Jews asks US House to postpone Armenian bill

Türkiye Materials 26 April 2007 14:12 (UTC +04:00)

( Cihan ) - Four main Jewish associations in the United States conveyed a letter from Turkish Jews Congregation to key congressmen at the US House of Representatives.

The letter was written as a request for the postponing of the so-called Armenian Genocide bill at the congress.

B'nai Brith, Anti Defamation League, American Jews Committee (AJC) and Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) also included a letter with the signatures of their chairmen.

The letter stated that the chairmen's friends and co-workers at the Turkish Jews Association requested that they presented the letter to the congressmen and added that they were sure the congressmen would understand the perspective.