Turkey’s genocidal past and present against Armenians

More than a century after the massacres, the genocide continues at Erdogan’s hands. Armenian people across Europe marched in front of the Turkish embassies on Sunday. “Erdogan, Assassin,” demonstrators chanted in Paris amid anger over the Turkish president’s vehement refusal to recognize the Ottoman Empire’s genocide of the Armenians

Erdogan is honoring perpetrators of ethnic massacres–the norm in Turkey where names of perpetrators of crimes adorn many streets, schools, squares, and airports.

Last October, Erdogan caused the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabakh intending to kill Armenians and destroy their State. It must be said that the Armenian genocide in 1915 is still a cause of the displacement of the Armenian minority worldwide.

Turkey’s President Erdogan has denounced US President Joe Biden’s recognition of the Armenian genocide, calling the White House statement “baseless and unfair

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News, stories, and updates from Middle East and from the world. Critical researcher on migrant governance and human rights in Turkey and in the Mid East.