Saturday, September 16, 2006

A letter campaign

Dear caller; the “Save ROJ TV” action urges you to participate in its letter campaign to neutralise the Turkish state global conspiracy against Kurdish culture and heritage. The content of the formulated letter below can be cut and pasted into your own e-mail, and send to concerned authorities. ROJ TV needs your democratic and civilised action to survive.

Your Excellency …………….

As you are aware, Turkish authorities in recent weeks have resorted to an orchestrated campaign of accusation and smearing propaganda against the Kurdish satellite television, ROJ TV. The aim of this unjust and antidemocratic endeavour is to divert the attention of public opinion and EU countries from the realities of Turkey and military assaults against Kurdish people. While Turkish state discriminates against Kurdish language inside Turkey, wants to export its archaic and unacceptable policies to European countries as well.Turkish latest effort is contrary to Turkey’s accession to European Union. Your Excellency; I as an European citizen urge you to defend the right of existence and free broadcasting of ROJ TV and protest against unjust campaign of Turkish authorities.

(your signature)

Addresses’ of some concerned authorities:

Prime Minister of Denmark
Mr. Anders Fogh Rasmussen
Fax: +45 – 33 92 33 00

Minister of Foreign Affairs
Mr. Per Stig Moller
Fax: +45 32 54 05 33

Minister of Justice
Madam Lene Espersen
E-mail :
Fax: + 45 33 93 35 10

Minister of Culture
Mr. Brian Mikkelsen
Fax: + 45 33 91 33 88

Index on Censorship
6-8 Amwell Street
London EC1R 1UQ
United Kingdom


At 16/9/06 4:17 pm, Anonymous Dr Aram Kirmashani said...

I believe in the age that a state put 25% of its national income into destruction policy of people in its own territory, we may ask ourselves whether we are in 21st century. It is duty of every person who believe in human dignity and decency to stand against these kind of suppression and have a say. I support Roj TV's stand for contributing Kurdish people's culture, heritage and fair politicall rights.


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