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5th Annual Friendship Dinner & Award Ceremony

5th Annual Friendship Dinner & Award Ceremony

The Turkish Cultural Center’s 2016 Friendship Dinner awards were presented on April 19th at Wolferts Roost Country Club, Albany, NY. The Friendship Dinner and Award Ceremony is an occasion where community leaders, educators, elected officials, ...

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Ramadan Friendship Dinners at TCC Albany

Ramadan Friendship Dinners at TCC Albany

Turkish Cultural Center Albany (TCCA) is devoted to promoting peace and understanding among people from diverse cultural backgrounds in New York’s Capital Region. Ramadan is the Islamic month of fasting, developing self-control and kindness, a ...

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Turkic Day at New York State Capitol

Turkic Day at New York State Capitol

June 16, 2015, Albany, NY – Hundreds joined the 10th Annual Turkic day at the New York Capitol including State Senators and Representatives. The senators and representatives talked about how much they appreciated Turkish-American activities ...

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Turkish Brunch in Albany On April 26

Turkish Brunch in Albany On April 26

Participants of Sunday Turkish Brunch had a great time at Turkish Cultural Center Albany on Sunday, April 26, 2015.. This month’s theme was the necessity of interfaith Dialogue. Our guest speaker was the Executive Director ...

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A Muslim Perspective on Religious Extremism and Terrorism

A Muslim Perspective on Religious Extremism and Terrorism

One of the current global threats to humanity is terrorism. Extremist groups use inhuman means of violence against men, women, and children. They take religion as their reference to justify the terror against humanity. Unfortunately, ...

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Interfaith prayer for peace in Albany

Interfaith prayer for peace in Albany

Faith Brings Us Together Faith communities in Albany came together to pray for peace and solidarity in new year. You can read the article and watch the time warner cable news that covered this important ...

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