18:45, 30 November, 2012
YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 30, ARMENPRESS: Former head of the Turkish Radio and Television Supreme Council, writer and journalist Nuri Kayish in his book “Lethal articles” has discovered 11 murders of journalists from 54 which have taken place in Turkish Republic since 1923. “I have referred only to 11 murders of journalists because was able to find the motives of them”.
As reports Armenpress citing Turkish “Sondakika” news agency, in his book Kayish has referred to the death of Hrant Dink Turkish citizen of Armenian descent, editor of “Agos” newspaper who was killed on January 19, 2007.
“He was killed because he was freely speaking About Armenian Genocide, he wanted borders of Armenia and Turkey to be opened, he wanted the creation of diplomatic relation between the two neighboring states, wanted Armenian Genocide to be not only officially spoken about but also from other aspects” Nuri Kayish writes.
Sabiha Gökçen was one of the eight adopted children of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. According to the Air University, she was the world’s first female fighter pilot, a child of Armenian family who became the victim of Genocide and appeared in an orphanage. Dink has brought irrefutable evidence in his articles about the Armenian origins of that Turkish orphan. In February 2004 Dink published an article in the Armenian newspaper “Agos” titled “The Secret of Sabiha Hatun” in which a former Gaziantep resident, Hripsime Sebilciyan, claimed to be Gökçen’s niece, implying Armenian ancestry.