| Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day: Revisiting Islam’s Greatest Slaughter of Christians - You Dicks want to talk about the Palestinians?
| Tuesday, April 30, 2019
BCF : Today, April 24, marks the “Great Crime,” that is, the genocide of Christians—mostly Armenians but also Assyrians—that took place under the Islamic Ottoman Empire throughout World War I. Then, the Turks liquidated approximately 1.5 million Armenians and 300,000 Assyrians. Most objective American historians who have studied the question unequivocally agree that it was a deliberate, calculated genocide:
More than one million Armenians perished as the result of execution,
starvation, disease, the harsh environment, and physical abuse. A
people who lived in eastern Turkey for nearly 3,000 years [more than
double the amount of time the invading Islamic Turks had occupied
Anatolia, now known as “Turkey”] lost its homeland and was profoundly
decimated in the first large-scale genocide of the twentieth century.
At the beginning of 1915 there were some two million Armenians within
Turkey; today there are fewer than 60,000….
Despite the vast amount of
evidence that points to the historical reality of the Armenian Genocide,
eyewitness accounts, official archives, photographic evidence, the
reports of diplomats, and the testimony of survivors, denial of the
Armenian Genocide by successive regimes in Turkey has gone on from 1915
to the present.
Similarly, in 1920, U.S. Senate Resolution 359 heard testimony that
included evidence of “[m]utilation, violation, torture, and death
[which] have left their haunting memories in a hundred beautiful
Armenian valleys, and the traveler in that region is seldom free from
the evidence of this most colossal crime of all the ages.”
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In her memoir, Ravished Armenia, Aurora Mardiganian described being raped and thrown into a harem (consistent with Islam’s rules of war).
Unlike thousands of other Armenian girls who were discarded after being
defiled, she managed to escape. In the city of Malatia, she saw 16 Christian girls crucified:
“Each girl had been nailed alive upon her cross,” she wrote, “spikes
through her feet and hands, only their hair blown by the wind, covered
their bodies.” Such scenes were portrayed in the 1919 documentary film Auction of Souls, some of which is based on Mardiganian’s memoirs.
|Crucified Armenian Girls|
|posted by Major D Swami (Retired) @ 11:49 PM