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Yes we owe it to the victims of the Turks be it the Greeks or the Armenians

Reader comment on item: A Million Moderate Muslims on the March
in response to reader comment: Turkish military: 700 years of genocide , oppression and lies

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 13, 2007 at 17:09

Hi Ianus

Great post and I did learn a lot. You know what? The sad thing is the Turks committed so many crimes against humanity and got away with them. Are you aware that there was a bill in the House here in the US to recognize the Armenian genocide as a genocide and not as has been called by the NYT as _the_"killings" and _the_"massacres"! and Ms Rice herself had to urge the House to stop debating such declaration as it could affect our relationship with Turkey!

What is most sad is that the Turks fund any one who wishes to sell his soul and tell the fools of the world that there is no such a thing as the Armenian genocide. It speaks volumes of the status of learning here in the US. Just amazing. The Turks got away with murder again

But you know what? If Turkey is to join the EU, they will have to contend with the claims of both the Greeks and the Armenians to their homelands, and maybe in this case the Turks can go back to central Asia where they belong. Dreaming? Maybe!


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