Justice for Turks


JOIN US in drawing attention to the DEFAMATION and BLACKLISTING of celebrated TURKISH EXPATS with AGENT/TERRORISTS smear campaigns for EMPOWERING TURKS.

Over the past 40 years, Turkish Expats around the world are constantly targeted, attacked, slandered and insulted for contributing to Turkish causes, diplomacy and solidarity.

The situation is so dire that almost all of award-winning, internationally renowned Turkish Expats constantly receive death threats and face unimaginable risks. (Famous examples are Golden Globe winner Turkish-German director Fatih Akin, Arsenal midfielder Turkish-German soccer star Mesut Ozil, Turkish-German cabaret artist Idil Baydar, award-winning authors Elif Safak, Ece Temelkuran and Asli Erdogan and many others).

Beginning with the assassination of Turkish diplomats in the 70’s by ASALA, threats and attacks on Turks have increased, if not transformed into defamation campaigns.

Most recently these attacks are performed as smear campaigns against internationally famous Turkish Expats, defaming them as Agent-Terrorists.

The result is years of unlawful imprisonment cases in Turkey, not to mention post-release security risks and lifelong survival issues. Famous examples are the cases of Turkish-German journalist Deniz Yucel and Turkish-Finnish journalist Ayla Albayrak, Turkish-American publisher Eser Turan and Turkish-French businessman Osman Kavala.

Financed by FETO and armed by the PKK, an invisible network diligently targets and labels Turkish Expats that empower Turks in ways that make it difficult for them to receive government protection in Turkey and in their host country, thus crippling their survival.

Sadly, the problem compounds when the friend and family network of the targeted individual is targeted, blacklisted and slandered as "supporting agents" as well.

In such cases the individual's support network generally shies away from fully defending their loved ones, as it is extremely difficult to fight the ‘Agent-Terrorist’ libel in a foreign country, especially as an expatriate.

Bribing and blackmailing, the anti-Turkish propaganda routine ignores the fact that no expat in their sane mind - let alone a celebrated individual in an expat community - would neither dare, nor consider or has the luxury to commit such an act of treason.

Every expat knows that their survival in a foreign land is built on being accountable to both countries. Expatriates are monitored closely by their host country and live under special conditions that do not allow them to jeopordize their citizenship.

It seems that the Human Rights Watch is the single one entity that can inform the Turkish Government of the conditions that Turkish Expats live under.

In addition, we believe that the United Nationas also needs to be informed of the death-threats and insidious defamation acts against Turkish intellectuals carried out at such a large global scale.

We believe that receiving a benchmark of 600 votes will propel us to gain international recognition to this cause. Please join us to prevent unlawful imprisonment cases of celebrated Turkish Expats in Turkey.


Sign the campaign on Change.org


Fatih Akin

Turkish-German Director

Elif Safak

Turkish-British Novelist

Mesut Ozil

Turkish-German Soccer Player

Idil Baydar

Turkish-German Cabaret Artist

Deniz Yucel

Turkish-German Journalist

Eser Turan

Turkish-American Publisher

Osman Kavala

Turkish-French Philanthropist

Ayla Albayrak

Turkish-Finnish Journalist

Serdar Somuncu

Turkish-German Cabaret Artist



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