Our dear yasemin seems to have nothing more to say
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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 9, 2009 at 07:24
Our dear yasemin who is really no more than a victim of the imperialism of the Turks that brutalized her ancestors the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians and th so called "mountain Kurks" by those Turkish invaders that came from distant parts of Asia wrote
>History is not what you read from a magazine or what you here someone says or what you remember from your school days.
How about books that were written by credible scholars? I see you have no clue
>I will never dare to blame a whole nation with very primitive and limited "knowledge" of their history.
Really? then you tell us why did the Turks invade and destroy the Byzantine Empire? and why did the Turks brutalize your ancestors the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians and the "mountain Kurds" (sic)? and why did the Truks kill 1.3M Armenians along with many Syrians in cold blood? and why did they expell the Greeks from Asia minor in 1922 and killed thousands in OCCUPIED Constantinople in 1963? and why did the Truks invade the middle East? and why did their agents the janissaries brutalize the Christian families and abduct their boys in the Balkans? So is this your country's bloody history or not?
>I am not going to teach you any of our history, which all of you will be very very ashamed.
Well you can tell us ya ayuha al-falyasoffa al-kabeera but you know what? you will not tell us anything because you have nothing to say
>But if you care I can send yourself the realities about what you've mentioned, from the Armenian and English archives, in which they claim those days, just the opposite of what they claim today.
Oh denial again. Shame on you
Anyway all the archives are open now to be read, Soviet, English and Ottoman. Only Armenians themselves do not open their archives. Why? Before reading it is parrot talking.
Shame on you for denying the obvious
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