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Submitted by susan (Italy), Apr 4, 2007 at 14:51

"had you the least bit of knowledge on WWI you'd know that Ottoman goverment was completely secularized at WWI by the young turk movement (Kamaal Ataturk). The caliph became absolutely powerless..."

muslim lies = armenians weren't killed

reality = muslim turks killed millions among armenians, greeks and still murder christians ...nowadays

the fact that they had this mentally challenged called ataturk is not of my concern. ...

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