human rights watch

onsdag 10 maj 2017

Turkey has a history of crimes

Turkey has a history of crimes
  Turkey has committed crimes against humanity against four nations
Crimes against the Armenian people also violated humanity against the Assyrian people from 1914 to 1915. The Turks killed more than 1 and half million people.
Crimes against the Kurdish people from 1910 until today 2017 the Turks have killed more than 3 million Kurds.
  Turkish regime attacked Cyprus in 1974 at the time Turkish soldiers killed Christian turkeys killed civilians and children even rape masses of girls and women ages between 12 years to 40 years old. Then Turkish soldiers killed women.
As information we know about Turkey killed more than 40000 people in Cyprus

Mass murder in the Ottoman EmCrimes against humanity of the Turks against the Kurdish people 1937 Ataturk sent their military to Darsim northern Kurdistan, the military attacked the people and those soldiers killed more than 80000 people children and civilians and elderly all were killed by Turkish soldiers Kamal Ataturk gave words to his military for To make pure genocide against the Kurdish people.

The genocide of the Ottoman Empire or Ottoman Turkey during the First World War is often termed the 1915 Genocide, the Armenian Genocide or, in particular, Assyrians and Syrians, such as Seyfo. The majority of those murdered, about one million, were Armenians, but among the victims were also the other Christian minorities of the kingdom: Assyrians, Syrians, Chaldeans, and Greeks. Most died during the years 1915-1916, but persecution and murders continued until 1923. The victims accounted for more than half of the Armenian population in the area, most of the survivors fled the country. The Ottoman empire was emptied largely on its Christian population.

During the latter part of the 19th century, the crisis-hit Ottoman Empire was threatened by decay, when a series of Christian nations in the Balkans were released and released from the Turkish regime. While the Ottoman state lost these strategically important lands, thoughts of national self-determination were raised in several of the other minorities of the kingdom. The contradictions therefore increased between the Ottoman ruling class and the Armenian middle class. The Armenians, traditionally excluded from political life and discriminated against in many respects, began to demand more fair treatment and the same civil rights as the Muslim majority.

By the end of the 19th century, the suspicion of the Armenian minority was overtaken in persecution. In several attempts to resolve what was called "the Armenian question", during the years 1894-1896, more than 100,000 Armenians were killed and more and more people were forced to leave their homes. Whole communities were emptied into Armenian residents and many were expelled when their property was confiscated or destroyed. The massacres of 1894-1896, however, are not categorized as genocide. The goal was not to eradicate the entire Armenian people without maintaining the balance of the empire and illustrating examples against those groups which were considered to be the greatest threat to the old order.

By a coup in 1908, the "Unit of Unity and Progress", the so-called young people or the Ittihad party, took power in the Ottoman Empire. Ideas for creating an ethnically homogenous Muslim state were strongly attached. The Christian minorities, especially the Armenians, were increasingly seen as a disloyal people group who split the country. When the First World War broke out in 1914, the Ottoman Empire went to war on the side of the Central Power (Germany, Austria / Hungary). The Christian Armenians were accused of supporting the opposition side, Britain, France and the Archbishop of Russia.

April 24, 1915 is often considered to be the start date of genocide. During the night between April 24th and 25th April were arrested, deported, detained and murdered hundreds of Armenian political, intellectual and religious leaders in the Ottoman capital Constantinople. During the following weeks, several thousand leading Armenians were assassinated, which were judged to be the core of future resistance. To commemorate this genocide's introduction, celebrate on April 24 each year.
The genocide was carried out by forced deprivations, executions, massacres and famine. People were burned to death in buildings and drowned in the rivers. Hundreds of thousands died of hunger, thirst and arbitrary violence under forced death marches against a no-man country in the Syrian and Mesopotamian deserts. Women were raped, taken away and sold in slave markets. Women and children forced to convert to Islam. Children were taken from their parents to be raised at and as Muslims. Christian churches and monuments were destroyed, Christian city and street names were exchanged. The property and property of the victims were confiscated.

The outside world was not completely ignorant of what happened. Eyewitness reports from foreign diplomats and missionaries led to the genocide receiving great attention in both European and American mass media. In Sweden, information about events was spread in many news articles and through brochures and memos written by missionaries who have been witnesses. The Swedish diplomats in Constantinople continually reported to the Foreign Ministry in Stockholm about the ongoing eradication of Armenians and other Christians. The international reactions were many, often upset, but transient. The First World War's victory forces initially favored an independent Armenian state formation, but the event and victims soon fell into oblivion. The same pattern followed the military tribunals prepared in 1919 after pressure from World War I's victory forces. Several cases were prepared, but only a handful of the ruling youngsters came to the end to face justice. Among those convicted, there was a triumvirate consisting of Taalat Pascha, Jemal Pascha and Enver Pascha who together organized both wars and genocide. All three were sentenced to death in their absence, but in the following years they fell victim to Armenian revenge. However, the majority of those responsible never had to pay off their crimes.

In the last decades, interest in the genocide of 1915 has increased, both politically and scientifically. Today, the massacre in the Ottoman Empire is one of the most explored genocide beside the Holocaust. A large part of this newfound interest is also found in comparisons between the 1915 Genocide and the Holocaust. Both genocides were a result of a state power's conscious and intentional policy, and the categories of perpetrators and victims were very clear. But unlike the Holocaust, the genocide of 1915 was not rationally emphasized. During the genocide of the Ottoman Empire, there were sometimes opportunities for women and children to avoid death by converting to Islam. Changing religion, however, was not always a rescue and sometimes the forced converters could be executed afterwards.

The absolute majority of researchers today agree that the massacres were a genocide that was planned and decided by the Hungarian Turks in order to eradicate the Christian people in the Ottoman Empire. The genocide has been recognized by a host of parliaments and parliamentarians around the world, and also by the International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS), an organization that brings together most of the world's leading genocide investigators. A handful of, mainly Turkish historians who, in one way or another, are associated with the Turkish state argue that what happened was not or can not be referred to as genocide. Since the end of the genocide, the Turkish state has actively denied it and, among other things, through diplomatic threats, it has sought to induce other countries to do the same. In Turkey, it is still prohibited and punished to claim that the genocide has taken place today.
The State Cup in Cyprus on 15 July 1974.
Early in the morning, the Greek cupcakes hit Cyprus. In the capital there was full chaos. The leader of the island was Archbishop Makarios, who was allowed to escape from the Presidential Palace when the coupmakers tried to kill him, but he escaped and flew to the English troops on the island. The coupmen lit fire at the presidential palace, which was soon on fire. The Greek coupons were helped by the Athens military jersey. The secret police from Athens were already in Cyprus. The motive for this coup was to make Cyprus a part of Greece. There was a chaos on the whole of Cyprus for the coup d'état, causing civil war on the island. In the capital there were violent battles. Greeks were in war with other Greeks on the island. The secret police grabbed a lot of people in prison and prison camps. It became a hard dictatorship once upon a time on the island. But it was the military jail from Greece that lay behind the coup and this civil war that was in Cyprus. The Greek secret police gave the coupons money and weapons to this bloody coup. There were very hard battles on the whole island. In all cities there was bloody battles in Cyprus.

There is nothing worse than the Civil War, because then all hatred is coming up between peoples. Those who experienced the worst when there was a war in Cyprus were the Turkish people who climbed the Greek biscuits. Greek troops attacked the Turkish people. The Turks lived in Turkish cities surrounded by Greek troops. The Greeks shot and threw bombs into the Turku cities. The Greeks began to cheat the Turkish people. Bombs flew over the Turku cities. So the houses in these cities were on fire. This was the beginning of a genocide of the Turkish people in Cyprus. You saw black smoke from the Turku cities every day on the island.

The Turkish war was on its way to Cyprus. To help the Turkish people on the island. Then Turkey was afraid that Greece would get too much power over Cyprus. So a great war was going on to the paradise island of Cyprus.

When the civil war was the worst in Cyprus, a large Turkish war fleet was heading for the island. There was also a risk of war between Turkey and Greece. In the border between Greece and Turkey, there were great war armies who stood and watched walking. Both countries were in the highest military preparedness in Cyprus, there was already full war. All groups were in conflict with hikes. Meanwhile, the Turkish warfare was against Cyprus. Five days after the Greek coup, Turkey's war came against Cyprus.
Turkey invasion of Cyprus on July 20, 1974.
Early in the morning, the Turkish war plan flew across Cyprus and the huge bombed island. From the war, there came Turkish parachuting soldiers who jumped down to the ground. It became tough battles at once. Between Greeks and Turks on the island. In northern Cyprus, the Turkish warfare landed with its soldiers, battlefields and trucks. It was a big Turkish invasion from Turkey. The Greek war on the island went to war with Turkey at once. The Turkish parachute troops took important targets in Cyprus, Greek soldiers shot at once against the Turks. The Turkish warfare took northern Cyprus with great success. The Greek warfare fought for a war force that was greater than the Greek. The Turkish Warfare's first task was to protect the Turkish people on the island. The Turks in Cyprus celebrated the Turkish warfare as their liberators from the Greek terror they were subjected to before. Throughout the day, the Turkish war plan flew across the island and bombed against Greek targets.

On July 23, 1974, the military jail that had power over Greece fell. The Cyprus crisis caused the military junta to lose its power over the country. Now Greece became a democracy. Now the UN, NATO and the United States demanded a peaceful solution to the war in Cyprus. It would not have looked good if Greece and Turkey were in war with the hikes for these countries were in NATO. So the parties settled down to negotiate peace in Cyprus. It was the UN who was the mediator in this conflict.

In Cyprus there was full war between Greeks and Turks. In the capital there were chaos and bloody battles between the groups. There was a ceasefire that only lasted. Because it was almost always fighting.

The peace talks collapsed in August 1974. For Greece, Turkey thought that too much demanded. Turkey wants to share in Cyprus between a Greek and a Turkish part. Now that peace talks went wrong, Turkey's bloody reply came.

August 14, 1974. Come a great Turkish offensive across Cyprus. The Turkish warfare proved very brutal. Turkish war plan began to bomb again over Greek targets. The Turkish warfare took the whole of northern Cyprus with great Krafft. Now Turkish troops began a purification of Greeks in northern Cyprus. Greek relocations fled over the head from the Turkish soldiers chasing them from their homes from northern Cyprus. Many abuses were committed against these migrants from Turkish soldiers. It was a vengeance for the treatment of the Greeks against the Turks. This is called ethnic cleansing that occurs in war countries.

There were a lot of Swedish tourists in Cyprus in the summer of 1974. All these Swedes climbed in the war, between the Greeks and the Turks on the island. It became the Red Cross and the UN troops that helped and protect the Swedish tourists on the island. These Swedes saw bomb attacks and bloody battles when they were there. Instead of a beach holiday, it became a nightmare for the tourists in Cyprus. The Swedish tourists came home to Sweden with the help of the Red Cross and the UN soldiers.

The Turkish offensive after August 14, 1974, became very bloody between the groups. Turks and Greeks shot on hikes. Turkish war plan flew in and big bombs all the time. The Turkish warfare took all of Northern Cyprus, taking the part that Turkey wanted. After the Turks cleared all Greeks on the north side of the island. Then you closed off northern Cyprus. With its power of war. So Cyprus was divided between a Greek part and a Turkish part.

What happened next?
Even today, 40 years after the war in Cyprus, the island is divided. The conflict is not resolved than now. There was no war between Greece and Turkey. The parties succeeded in resolving the conflict. It is only the Cyprus question that is not resolved than now. In today's world, the Cyprus issue is almost forgotten because other conflicts have come instead. It is civil war in Syria and Iraq. The whole middle east is in bloody war. It is the terrorist group ISIS that fears throughout the Middle East. Greece has a difficult EU crisis, which causes the country to have money. It also applies to the part of Cyprus that is Greek part. Turkey never joined the EU. Because of the war in Cyprus, but also for the civil war that the country had with the Kurds, a very bloody civil war, but today, Turkey and the Kurds try to resolve their conflicts. But Turkey has major problems with the civil war in Syria. There are thousands of Syrian relocations in the country. So is the terrorist group ISIS that is outside the borders of Turkey. This threat is much worse than the Cyprus issue is for Turkey. Paradise Island Cyprus is fortunate divided but the conflict is almost completely forgotten. Because of the conflict in Syria and other parts of the Middle East.

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