Erdoğan bezeichnet Israel als terroristischen Staat
Erstellt von Boro, 19.11.2012, 22:12 Uhr · 184 Antworten · 6.804 Aufrufe
Zitat von liberitas
1,5 Millionen Menschen?
Unfassbar - wozu diese "menschen? tiere?" fähig waren !
Sind ja net nur die Armenier.
Aramäer wurde auch abgeschlachtet und ungefähr 500.000 pontische Griechen auch.Mein Arbeitskollege ist alewitische Kurde aus tunceli,bis 1938 hat die Türkei dort auch abgeschlachtet und mehrere 10.000 Kurden ermordet.
Die letzten 20 Jahre sind knapp 40.000 Kurden vom türkischen Staat umgebracht wurden,darunter mit den Todesschwadron Anfang der 80er und 90er.
Was erlaubt sich ausgerechnet die Türkei mit diesem hundesohn von Erdogan und bezeichnet Israel als terrorstaat!!
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Main articles: Armenian Genocide, Assyrian Genocide, Greek genocide, and Dersim massacre
On May 24, 1915, the Allied Powers (Britain, France, and Russia) jointly issued a statement explicitly charging for the first time ever another government of committing "a crime against humanity" in reference to that regime's persecution of its Christian minorities including Armenians,Assyrians and Greeks among others. Many researchers consider these events to be part of the same policy of planned ethnoreligious purification of the Turkish state followed by the Young Turks. 
This joint statement stated, "[i]n view of these new crimes of Turkey against humanity and civilization, the Allied Governments announce publicly to the Sublime Porte that they will hold personally responsible for these crimes all members of the Ottoman Government, as well as those of their agents who are implicated in such massacres."
Armenian civilians, escorted by armed Ottoman soldiers, are marched through Kharpert
to a prison in the nearby Mezireh district, April 1915.
The Armenian Genocide (Armenian: Հայոց Ցեղասպանություն, translit.: Hayots’ Ts’eġaspanout’youn; Turkish: Ermeni Soykırımı and Ermeni Kıyımı)-—also called a host of other names, refers to the deliberate and systematic destruction of the Armenian population of the Ottoman Empire during and just after World War I. It was implemented through wholesale massacres and deportations, with the deportations consisting of forced marches under conditions designed to lead to the death of the deportees. The total number of resulting Armenian deaths is generally held to have been between one and one and a half million.
The starting date of the genocide is conventionally held to be April 24, 1915, the day when Ottoman authorities arrested some 250 Armenian intellectuals and community leaders in Constantinople. Thereafter, the Ottoman military uprooted Armenians from their homes and forced them to march for hundreds of miles, depriving them of food and water, to the desert of what is now Syria. Massacres were indiscriminate of age or gender, with rape and other sexual abusecommonplace. The majority of Armenian diaspora communities were founded as a result of the Armenian genocide.
The modern Republic of Turkey, which succeeded the Ottoman Empire in 1923, vehemently denies that a genocide took place and has resisted calls in recent years by scholars, countries, and international organizations to recognize them as so. The Armenian Genocide is acknowledged to have been one of the earliest modern genocides, as historians point to the organized manner in which the killings were carried out to eliminate the Armenians, and it is the second most-studied case of genocide after the Holocaust. The word genocide was coined by scholar Raphael Lemkin in order to describe these events.
The Assyrian Genocide (also known as Sayfo or Seyfo; Aramaic: ܩܛܠܐ ܕܥܡܐ ܐܬܘܪܝܐ or ܣܝܦܐ, Turkish: Süryani Soykırımı) was committed against the Assyrian population of the Ottoman Empire during the First World War by the Young Turks. The Assyrian population of northernMesopotamia (Tur Abdin, Hakkari, Van, Siirt region in modern-day southeastern Turkey and Urmia region in northwestern Iran) was forcibly relocated and massacred by Ottoman (Turkish and allied Kurdish) forces between 1914 and 1920 under the regime of the Young Turks. This genocide is considered to be a part of the same policy of extermination as the Armenian Genocide and Greek genocide. The Assyro-Chaldean National Council stated in a December 4, 1922, memorandum that the total death toll is unknown, but it estimates that about 750,000 "Assyro-Chaldeans" died between 1914–1918.
The Greek genocide refers to the fate of the Greek population of the Ottoman Empire during and in the aftermath of World War I (1914–1923). Like Armenians and Assyrians, the Greeks were subjected to various forms of persecution including massacres, expulsions, and death marchesby Young Turks. George W. Rendel of the British Foreign Office, among other diplomats, noted the massacres and deportations of Greeks during the post-Armistice period. It is estimated that 348,000 Anatolian Greeks died during this period as a result of these persecutions.
The Dersim massacre refers to the depopulation of Dersim in Turkish Kurdistan, in 1937-1938, in which approximately 65,000-70,000 Alevi Kurds were killed and thousands were driven into exile. A key component of the Turkification process was the policy of massive population resettlement. The main policy document in this context, the 1934 law on resettlement, was used to target the region of Dersim as one of its first test cases, with disastrous consequences for the local population.
Many Kurds and some ethnic Turks consider the events that took place in Dersim to constitute genocide. A prominent proponent of this view is the academic İsmail Beşikçi. Under international laws, it has been argued, the actions of the Turkish authorities were not genocide, because they were not aimed at the extermination of a people, but at resettlement and suppression, while a Turkish court ruled in 2011 that it could not be considered genocide according to the law because they were not directed systematically against an ethnic group. Scholars, such asMartin van Bruinessen, have instead talked of an ethnocide directed against the local language and identity.
Und wozu waren wir fähig? Der Unterschied besteht darin, dass wir mittlerweile fähig sind das ganze fürchterliche Drama zuzugeben.
Zitat von Kampfposter
Hitler war Österreicher ... Wir wissen ja alle was dieser Österreicher gemacht hat.
Österreicher und die Deutschen haben ihn auf den "Thron" gehoben........ streitet kein Mensch ab.
Zitat von Albokings24
Doch, es gibt immer noch viel zuviele Holocaustleugner.
Zitat von liberitas
Hitler soll das Prinzip von den TÜRKEN abgeschaut haben, vor allem weil die ja auch ungeschoren mit diesem VÖLKERMORD davongekommen sind.
Zitat von Albokings24
Diese Hypothese ist nicht von ungefähr und unter vielen Historikern gilt das als Tatsache.
Zitat von Kampfposter
Das sind nur die ewig Gestrigen, angesiedelt bei der FPÖ.
Zitat von hirndominanz
bin kein erdogan-fan, aber so unrecht hat er nicht
ach und die griechen sollten lieber die fresse halten. wann wollt ihr die massaker an albanern, mazedoniern und türken anerkennen ?
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