Category Archives: English

THE ARMENIAN TERRORISM

Another significant dimension of the Armenian issue from Turkey’s point of view is the start of the use of armed terror methods by the Armenians against the Turks. This aggressive strategy which was aimed directly at Turkish statesmen, started with … Continue reading

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WHAT IS GENOCIDE?

The replacement was presented by the Armenians and hostile states as a massacre and genocide against Armenians, and a massive propaganda campaign was launched against the Ottomans.  Genocide is the crime of annihilation of human groups because of racial, national, … Continue reading

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LAW ON RELOCATION AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION

Reasons for Relocation  The Ottoman Government, in order to deal with the Armenian riots and massacres, primarily applied regional measures and preferred to maintain a position of defence to settle the events locally. Despite the great roles the religious leaders … Continue reading

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APRIL 24, 1915

Regarding these revolts and massacres, the Ottoman Government merely declared to the Armenian Archbishop, deputies and community leaders that appropriate measures would be implemented if the Armenians did not stop massacring the Moslems. However, the intensification of the events, the … Continue reading

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ARMENIAN REVOLTS AND MASSACRES

In the period that followed the Berlin Treaty, the Armenian issue developed in two directions, The first is the interventions made by the Western powers in the affairs of the Ottoman Empire, and the second is the clandestine organisation and … Continue reading

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HOW THE ARMENIAN ISSUE CAME ABOUT?

When the Ottoman Empire began to decline and was exposed to European interventions in many fields, deterioration began in the Turkish-Armenian relations. The Western powers then started to sever the Armenian community from the Ottoman community for attaining their own … Continue reading

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A SHORT REVIEW OF ARMENIAN HISTORY

The racial origins of the Armenians and the geography in which they lived are still debated today. It is certain, however, that they have always been the subjects of other states throughout history.  The encyclopædias state that Yerevan, Lake Sevan, … Continue reading

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