By Wally Sarkeesian
The Turkish government in 1914 alliance with Germany as cover up, systematically destroyed the indigenous christian population from Anatolia currently called Turkey and now alliance with USA (NATO) power using so called ISIS systematically destroying christian populations from Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt, and all african continent.
In northern Iraq, recently conquered by the Turkish zealots of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levent (ISIL), who refer to themselves now as the Islamic State (IS), gave Christians in Mosul three choices: convert to Islam, pay a special tax (about $750, on this occasion), or be killed. They all fled, and now Mosul is Christian-free for the first time in almost two millennia. while ISIS slaughter and massacre Arab and christians yet Turkish so called hostages come home not a scratch moreover Turkish consulate in Mosul is now ISIS head quarter. to add insult to injury the 1,800 Truck that ISIL using come from Turkey report by turkish news media. moreover do not be surprised the other 49 so called hostage in mosul will come home soon safe and no scratch.
There were still about 60,000 Christians in Mosul when the United States and its sidekicks invaded Iraq eleven years ago. By last year, it was down to 30,000. Only two months after the arrival of Turkish secret army ISIL, there are none. Most have fled to Kurdistan with nothing more than the clothes on their backs. They are not going back, and if they can they will leave the Middle East forever.
What has changed? For many centuries, the Christian minority lived in relative peace and prosperity under Arab Muslim rule for centuries until the Turks show up. In the early 20th century, they were in the forefront of the nationalist and literary renaissance in the Arab world. But in the past decade, about a quarter of the Arab world’s 12 million Christians have emigrated, and the flow is increasing every year.
Almost a hundred years after the Armenian Genocide of 1915, the AKP government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyib Erdogan appears to have proven William Faulkner’s saying: “The past is not dead. In fact it is not even past.”
Turkey staged and intervened in the Syrian war from its early days . Erdogan lead the aggression – along with other countries – provided anti-regime forces safe havens inside Turkish territories and turned a blind eye to the influx of foreign fighters into Syria, including thousands from Turkic Chechnya, Azerbaijan, Kosovo,and other Central Asian countries. Those fighters currently form the strongest elements of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) and other al-Qaeda affiliated groups.
do not be surprise the other so called hostages will free..
Turkish FM davutoglu: Our aim is to bond together Sarajevo to damascus, Benghazi to Erzurum and Batumi without declaring any country, he stated that the borders separating Turkey from its neighbors were artificial.
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