williamsLONDON — On January 18, the eve of the anniversary of the 2007 murder of journalist Hrant Dink in Istanbul, Mr. Eilian Williams, leader of the Cardiff organization “Solidarity with the Victims of All Genocides”, and one of his colleagues were physically attacked by the members of the Turkish Embassy in London when they wanted to deliver a letter of protest to the Ambassador Ahmet Ünal Çeviköz.
The embassy staff refused to accept the letter and one of its members attacked Ellian Williams. Mr. Williams’ clothes were torn and a police officer had to intervene to prevent things from escalating. Mr. Williams was then expelled from the embassy.
In his letter, Williams Eilian called on Turkey’s ambassador to answer the question: Who kills the Armenians in Istanbul?; referring to an article by Jenny White published on January 11 at Boston University.

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