Skip to comments.Turkey's PM Erdogan Defends Perpetrator of Sudan Genocide
Posted on 06/05/2010 6:29:04 PM PDT by Amerisrael
Turkish PM Erdogan is defending Sudanese president Al-Bashir who has been indicted by the Hague for genocide against southern Sudanese Christians and non-Arab Muslims.
Erdogan is defending Al-Bashir because in his words, -
"No Muslim could perpetrate a genocide".
"Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan continued his governments denial of the ongoing genocide in Darfur on Sunday, questioning International Criminal Court (ICC) charges against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on grounds that no Muslim could perpetrate a genocide, the Turkish Todays Zaman newspaper reported Monday."
"Nearly half a million people have been slaughtered and nearly 3 million more forced from their homes since the government in Khartoum launched its genocide in February 2003. The Sudanese government denies it is committing genocide."
What about the mass-murder of one and a 1/2 million Armenian Christians by the Ottoman Turkisn Muslims?
Warning: the article below contains graphic photos.
Armenian & Greek Genocide
by Turkish Muslims against Christians
(Excerpt) Read more at amerisrael.typepad.com ...
Yet another muslim who really thinks his excrement doesn’t stink.
Well what will the State Dept have to say about this?
According to TURKEY it is perfectly fine right to MURDER CHRISTIANS. (and JEWS)
“No Muslim could perpetrate a genocide”.
Interesting; I don't consider islamists people either.
Ataturk is rolling over in his grave.
Absolutely. Shows the hypocrisy dosen’t it?
He is singlehandedly throttling every bit of affection I have for the Turks out of me.
If this is the kind of person that Turkey wants in charge, then they deserve what they get. And what they will get, if they ever officially sign on to a new Caliphate movement, is the united opposition of the rest of the world, which cannot coexist with an aggressive Islamic state.
[Excerpt] "Dadrian does not accuse Germany of instigating the Armenian genocide; he argues instead that Germany contributed to the genocide through policies that condoned it and that the German government sanctioned German and Turkish officials who participated in the genocide's implementation."
A little background follows.
Kaiser William II after the 1895-96 massacres of 200,000 Armenian Christians was kissing "Abdul the Damned" on both cheeks and calling him his brother.
William II planned a Greater Germany and possibly domination of the world. German Middle Europe would stretch from the North Sea to the Persian Gulf, a railroad from Berlin to Baghdad would be German owned.
"It seems too that [the Kaiser] realized he must have Turkey as an ally and that to accomplish his ends, he might possibly be obliged to bring about a Holy War with all the Mohammedan world fighting the Christian."
"The 'red Sultan' must have known that the Kaiser would not object to his massacres of the Armenians and the strengthening of Turkish rule, for these only aided the purposes of Germany. But Abdul Hamid was forced to abdicate by a revolution of his own people before the Armenians were exterminated and before the Kaiser's dream was realized. By 1915, however, the 'Great Assassin's' power was in the hands of Turks who held the same beliefs and sought to carry out the same plans as he had in 1895. And now England, France, Russia, and Italy, all engaged in war, were unable to interfere, and the Turks felt very sure the United States would not trouble them. Now Enver Pasha and Taalat Pasha, the real rulers of Turkey, determined that there should be no blunder or mistake; they would exterminate the nearly two million Christian Armenians, who were Turkish subjects, and thus remove a serious problem in the management of Turkey and all danger of the Armenians rendering assistance to the Allies. One of the chief indictments of the German government, under William II, is that it uttered no protest while the Armenian men in the vigor of life were taken from the villages by the hundred and shot, or killed in more brutal ways, and the old men, women, and children obliged to march off to a distant desert part of Asia Minor, or to the malarial swamps of the Euphrates. Of course, they nearly all died on the way. About one million Armenians were exterminated in this way in 1915. The German government could have stopped it by a word. But how could they say the word? They had hardly finished their Belgian atrocities and were still deporting men and girls from Belgium and France. No protest came from the Kaiser, his ministers; or his people." [My emphasis]
So where is Germany in all this?
"No Muslim could perpetrate a genocide".Wow, what an irrefutable defense. /s
Note: this topic is from 2010.just a little update cross-linky thing.
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