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Turkish politician loses first appeal against Swiss racism conviction

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    Re: Turkish politician loses first appeal against Swiss racism conviction

    Swiss arrest 2 Turks for allegedly denying Armenian genocide
    AP Worldstream
    Published: Jun 30, 2007


    Two Turks were arrested Saturday on suspicion of breaking Swiss
    anti-racism laws for allegedly denying that the killing of Armenians in
    the early 20th century was genocide, police said.

    The two were arrested at a conference in the Zurich suburb of
    Winterthur, where posters were hung up and leaflets distributed
    rejecting that the killing was genocide. One of the Turks organized the
    event and the other was shouting slogans before a crowd.

    Switzerland's anti-racism legislation, which previously applied to
    Holocaust denial, was used earlier this year to prosecute a Turkish
    politician for denying at a gathering in 2005 that the Turks committed
    genocide in the World War I-era killings.

    Last week, a Swiss cantonal court upheld the conviction against Dogu
    Perincek, the leader of the Turkish Workers' Party, as well as an order
    for him to pay a fine of 3,000 Swiss francs (US$2,450; A1,870).

    The case of Perincek, who was also ordered to pay 1,000 francs (US$820;
    A620) to an Armenian association, has caused diplomatic tension between
    Switzerland and Turkey. Turkey insists Armenians were killed in civil
    unrest during the tumultuous collapse of the Ottoman Empire and not in
    a campaign of genocide. Turkey also rejects Armenian claims that the
    death toll reached 1.5 million.

    Perincek was invited to Saturday's conference, but was prevented from
    entering Switzerland because he had not applied for a visa, said
    Dominique Boillat, spokesman for the Federal Office for Migration.

    Police in the canton (state) of Zurich identified the two arrested
    individuals as a 57-year-old resident of Germany and a 51-year-old
    Swiss resident.

    http://groong.usc.edu/news/msg194676.html
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      Re: Turkish politician loses first appeal against Swiss racism conviction

      look!!!armenian stupid gays.You didn't understand history and you will not anytime.Because you are miserable and you are cursed race!!


      TANRI TÜRK'Ü KORUSUN VE YÜCELTSİN!!!
      TÜRK'ÜN LANETİ ÜZERİNİZE OLSUN!

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