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"If you aren't certain about things, if your mind is still open enough to question what you are seeing, you tend to look at the world with great care, and out of that watchfulness comes the possibility of seeing something that no one else has seen before. You have to be willing to admit that you don't have all the answers. If you think you do, you will never have anything important to say." - Paul Auster

Wednesday, September 14

Novelist Orhan Pamuk.

International PEN urges everyone to write letters to Turkish leaders and ambassadors, protesting the upcoming prosecution of novelist Orhan Pamuk. (From the homepage, scroll down to the "Writers in Prison" section and click on the link next to "Turkey.") Here's some contact information:

Prime Minister Racep Tayyip Erdogan
TC Easbaskanlik
Ankara
Turkey
Fax: +90 312 417 0476

Cemil Cicek
Minister of Justice
TC Adalet Bakanligi
Ankara
Turkey
Fax: + 90 312 417 3954

Ambassador O. Faruk Logoglu
Turkish Embassy
2525 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20008
Phone: (202) 612-6700
Fax: (202) 612-6744
E-mail: contact@turkishembassy.org

HE Akin Alptuna
Turkish Embassy
43 Belgrave Square
London SW1X 8PA
Phone: 020 7201 7043/44
Fax: 020 7393 9213
Email: turkish.emb@btclick.com

Ambassador Aydemir Erman
Turkish Embassy
197 Wurtemburg Street
Ottawa ON K1N 8L9
Phone: (613) 789-4044
Fax:(613) 789-3442
Email: turkishottawa@mfa.gov.tr

Thanks very much to Paul for help with this. If you know of any other way people can register their protest against the unethical prosecution of Pamuk, please let me know.

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