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Ottoman crimes of genocide against Armenians, heinous massacres, do not lapse by prescription

2020-02-13T14:22:14.343Z

Damascus-Sana Over a hundred years have passed since the genocide committed against Armenians by the colonialists



Damascus-Sana

More than a hundred years have passed since the crimes of genocide committed against the Armenians by the Ottoman colonialists and the lives of innocent victims are still chasing the ruling regimes in Turkey, which during the era of the current Turkish regime president Recep Tayyip Erdogan emulate in their brutal practices and crimes the echoes of their past actions and adopt the same approach with killing and terrorism .

More than a million and a half million Armenians have been the victims of heinous racist crimes, mass killings and genocide committed by the Ottomans during the periods between 1915 and 1923, accompanied by arrests, executions, displacements, confiscation of property and burning of Armenian cities and villages in the context of a turban tendency that sought to establish an Ottoman Empire.

Perhaps the recognition of the genocide by many countries and organizations, including the parliament’s unanimous adoption today of a resolution that recognizes and condemns the crime of this genocide is evidence that the stigma of black killing is chasing successive Turkish governments that have tried to promote the idea that the crime of genocide is unfortunate events outside the control of the Ottoman Empire.

The crimes of the Ottomans against the Armenians were not limited to one massacre, but rather to two massacres followed by genocide, which is one of the worst crimes against humanity in history, where the Ottomans took advantage of the world's preoccupation with the First World War to start campaigns to forcibly displace the Armenians. The displaced people to Aleppo in Syria and during that trip committed the most horrific humanitarian crimes.

While calls are renewed throughout the world to condemn Turkey and force it to acknowledge the massacre that it still denies to this day, despite the recognition by more than 31 countries of this crime, the People's Assembly’s decision comes today to confirm the necessity of this condemnation by calling the world's parliaments, world public opinion, and the entire international community to recognize and condemn the massacre This is "a humanitarian, moral and political duty."

The crimes of the Ottomans against the Armenians, whose names have multiplied, are still considered the largest massacre in modern history, and the Erdogan regime is trying to complete these crimes through its aggression on the Syrian lands, trying to achieve its ambitions and delusions by reviving the defunct Ottoman Sultanate with the help of terrorist organizations of various names, but he forgot or ignored that the crimes are not ruthless with history And do not drop the statute of limitations.

Basem Kanoon

Source: sena

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