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AS PER ERDOGAN, MASSACRING AND PLUNDERING ARMENIANS IS "HALAL"


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#1 Yervant1

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Posted 10 October 2014 - 09:38 AM

Hypocrisy at large, what was he thinking when he uttered these words!

AS PER ERDOGAN, MASSACRING AND PLUNDERING ARMENIANS IS "HALAL" - FIRAT

00:04, 09.10.2014

Firat news agency reporter Ferda Cetin wrote a critical article with
respect to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's recent statements
made regarding the Islamic State terrorist faction in Syria.

Among other statements, Cetin also reflected on Erdogan's statement
that it is "haram" (sinful, according to Islamic law) for a Muslim
to take away the property, life, and honor of another Muslim.

"Erdogan says that a Muslim should not do [these things] to another
Muslim. That is, according to Erdogan, killing Armenians, Assyrians,
plundering their property is 'halal' [i.e., permissible, according
to Islamic law]," the Firat reporter specifically wrote.

http://news.am/eng/news/233118.html

 

 



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Posted 10 October 2014 - 09:40 AM

EU: HATE RHETORIC BY TURKISH MEDIA TARGETED CHRISTIANS, ARMENIANS, JEWS

03:43, 09.10.2014

European Commission issued 2014 progress report on Turkey which,
among other issues, mentioned the Armenian protocols and rights
of minorities.

The report says on the eve of the 99th anniversary of the events in
1915, Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan issued the first ever message
of condolence to the descendants of Armenians killed or deported.

"The protocols signed in 2009 to normalise relations with Armenia
are still not ratified," the document reads.

It is mentioned that initiatives to mark 'Armenian Genocide
Commemoration Day' took place peacefully on 24 April in Istanbul and
five other provinces.

The report also presents the state of religious and ethnic minorities
in Turkey.

"Hate rhetoric by some media targeted Christians, Armenians, Jews
and to a lesser extent other non-Muslims and Kurds. Alevis community
perception is that they are subject to discriminatory language,
including by members of the government," the document reads.

The Protestant Churches' report on human rights violations stated that
hate crimes directed at Christians continued in 2013 and physical
attacks were carried out against Protestant and other churches and
worshippers. An attack against a Greek Orthodox church in Istanbul
caused material damage to the church and to the priest's house. There
was no effective investigation or legal action against perpetrators
of similar attacks in previous years. Language attacking missionaries
and minorities remained in a number of compulsory school textbooks
and in the first Diyanet five year plan, covering 2010-2014".

http://news.am/eng/news/233082.html
 


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Posted 10 October 2014 - 11:48 AM

On and on it goes! The Orcs has not changed it's spots.






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