Turkish Student Association fiercely condemns the suicide bombing at Gaziantep, Turkey on 08/20/2016 that killed 51 innocent people.
What kind of brutality is that? Is there a chance of anyone doing this being human? Our condolences are with #ÖzgecanAslan and her family!
Our hearts are with our brothers who died. May Allah bless them. We see that terror has no religion. #ChapelHillShooting
Happy Republic Day, Turkey ;)
We condemn Israeli attacks on Gaza!
Happy 4th of July, America!
God bless all people died in Soma coal mines in western Turkey... Good bye good people...
A document to help students applying graduate school: turkishsa.ua.edu/tuscaloosada…
93rd anniversary of Republic Day was celebrated at Ferguson Center Ballroom with live performances, delicious food, music and dance. On October 29, 1923; the status of the Turkish nation as a republic was declared and its official name was proclaimed to be Türkiye Cumhuriyeti (“the Republic of Turkey”). After that, a vote was held in the Grand National Assembly, and Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was elected as the first President of the Republic of Turkey.
We will celebrate The Sacrifice Feast with friends at Lake Lurleen State Park this weekend! Come join us!
The Sacrifice Feast (Eid al-Adha) commemorates the story of Ibrahim (Abraham), who sacrificed a ram after showing his willingness to sacrifice his son (Isaac) in obedience to God. Muslim people celebrate this religious holiday by visiting friends, sharing traditional meals, handing out gifts and extending good wishes to each other.
Our nation celebrates the 94th anniversary of August 30, the Victory Day. It is the commemoration of the victory at the final battle in Dumlupinar, ending the Turkish Independence War in 1922.