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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Turkish dictator says the Armenian-Christian genocide was justified

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As you can see in the statement (embedded below) Turkish President Erdogan calls the extermination of Armenians from the Ottoman Empire “reasonable” at the time.
100 years ago, the first genocide of the 20th century began. On that date, the Islamic Turks commenced their campaign of deportation, murder and starvation against Christian Armenians. We should remember the repeated failure of the world community to act against genocide, and contemplate what we can do to stop genocide from occurring on our watch.
President Trump should recognize the Holocaust of the Armenian people as the only world's leader who is not afraid to break the rules of political correctness. Stop denying the history.
Please watch this video and share this post to raise awareness to the Armenian genocide.