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Not the Germans , the Turks are to blame

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Aug 2, 2012 at 05:37

Hi, dhimmi no more !

Thanks for the link. But I was a bit bewildered by the summary :

"... (al-Ahram) says in the commentary:

Those Germans and their students al-itihadiyuun they did not look for a solution to the Armenian question in this regard (read this as creation of an Armenian state) but thier plan was to mahwu (read this as get rid of) the Armenians as per the neutral witnesses (that can attest to such crime)

I suppose how could anyone not react with horror to such crime unless one happens to be a brain-washed psycopath which the Turks that deny such crime happen to be".

Did they really believe the Germans were first and foremost responsible for the Armenian genocide and not their Moslem brethren the Turks who had planned and did all the dirty work of the genocide? After all the first news of the unspeakable horrors going on in the provinces where the Armenians were living came to Europe with letters, reports and protests of the German soldiers, officers and officials in Turkey.

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