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What happened to Armenians in 1915 was genocide - Turkish MP

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  • What happened to Armenians in 1915 was genocide - Turkish MP

    ANKARA. – Turkish MP from Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party, Altan Tan, called the 1915 events the genocide of Armenian people by the Ottoman Empire in the international scientific conference in Artuklu University in Mardin, Turkey.

    The Kurdish MP, regarding Armenians living in Mardin, stated that what was done with Armenians in 1915 by the Turks was genocide, Turkish Radikal reports. Altan Tan stressed that according to the official version Armenians died during the deportations or disaster or were killed by the robbers.

    “I speak as a human who has consciousness. No matter the conditions, those people were killed. The consequence was that the Armenian nation was annihilated. The proof is also the territory, which we occupy currently, and the demographic situation. At that time 13 million people lived in Turkey and Armenians made 10% of the population or 1.2 million. Currently the population is 75 million, while Armenians are only 40,000,” the MP stated.

    http://news.am/eng/news/77221.html
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    Re: What happened to Armenians in 1915 was genocide - Turkish MP

    Originally posted by Mher View Post
    ANKARA. – Turkish MP from Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party, Altan Tan, called the 1915 events the genocide of Armenian people by the Ottoman Empire in the international scientific conference in Artuklu University in Mardin, Turkey.

    The Kurdish MP, regarding Armenians living in Mardin, stated that what was done with Armenians in 1915 by the Turks was genocide, Turkish Radikal reports. Altan Tan stressed that according to the official version Armenians died during the deportations or disaster or were killed by the robbers.

    “I speak as a human who has consciousness. No matter the conditions, those people were killed. The consequence was that the Armenian nation was annihilated. The proof is also the territory, which we occupy currently, and the demographic situation. At that time 13 million people lived in Turkey and Armenians made 10% of the population or 1.2 million. Currently the population is 75 million, while Armenians are only 40,000,” the MP stated.


    http://news.am/eng/news/77221.html
    That is the reason why I hate the turks, because they deny the armenian genocide, insteed to apologize.

    All my life I hate this "xxxxing nation" or better "scrimmings" and this feeling get being stronger after every single day.

    Armenians never forget that turks can only be our enemy their can never be a friendship between both nations.



    Turks are very proud until now, that they brutal slaughtered at 1915-17 almost 3 000 000 christians in the otoman empire.

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      Re: What happened to Armenians in 1915 was genocide - Turkish MP

      Originally posted by Hayayrun View Post
      That is the reason why I hate the turks, because they deny the armenian genocide, insteed to apologize.

      All my life I hate this "xxxxing nation" or better "scrimmings" and this feeling get being stronger after every single day.

      Armenians never forget that turks can only be our enemy their can never be a friendship between both nations.



      It is best not to hate even your enemies, unfortunately Turkey is a tyranny of the majority; so there is little chance if ever that Turkey will change (especially when the minority that speak up are abused, murdered or attacked by the majority of Turks), it is controlled by religious zealots and extreme nationalists.

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