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fredag 5 mars 2010

The Turkish regime: poor linguistic skills, even poorer at mathematics

Turkey is widely regarded by historians the world over as being responsible for genocide.

In the early 20th century, Turkey, then under Ottoman rule, attempted to wipe out the Armenians, massacring more than one and a half million civilians in an attempt to create a nation ethnically cleansed of Armenians.

Now Turkey is outraged that a US congressional committee has approved a statement categorizing Turkey’s mass-killing of Armenians as genocide.

Turkey has been similarly accused of attempted genocide against its Kurdish minority.

Turkey’s Armenian and Kurdish populations have both been decimated as a result of the country’s policies of ethnic cleansing and documented genocide as well as ongoing discrimination.

In response to the US congressional resolution, Turkey has withdrawn its ambassador to Washington.

Against this backdrop, it needs to be remembered that Turkey has consistently accused Israel of ethnic cleansing and genocide against the Palestinian Arabs.

Also against this backdrop, it needs to be noted that from an original population of just under 160,000 in 1948, the Arab population of Israel has grown to just over 1.5 million. This is a ten-fold increase.

At the same time, the Arab population of Judea and Samaria (also known as the West Bank) has grown from about 460,000 in 1948 to 2.5 million in 2009, increasing almost five and a half times its original size. In the Gaza Strip, the Arab population grew from 83,000 in 1948 to 1.4 million today, an almost 17-fold increase.

These are the results of the “genocide” and “ethnic cleansing” that according to the Turkish regime Israel has carried out on the Arab population. Facts notwithstanding, the Turkish regime continues to maintain that Israel is guilty of genocide and ethnic cleansing.

The Turkish regime apparently has a problem not just with rudimentary vocabulary but also with elementary grade-school mathematics.

The Islamist-leaning Turkish regime really does believe it is proper for one yardstick to be applied to Muslim nations, and for a totally different one to be applied to Jews and Christians.

It is refreshing that the US, at least, is finally prepared to use the English language properly.


Relevant link from this website:
Boycott and ethnic cleansing

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upplagd av Ilya Meyer