Turkey paid Muslim Brotherhood to burn documentary evidence on the Armenian Genocide, Tert.am reports citing Turkish Demokrat Haber.
According to Democrat Jihad founder Sheikh Nabil Na’eem, Turkey paid around $1 million to get the documents burned in Egypt.
“Some of the Muslim brotherhood memebers should be held responsible for it,” Na’eem said.
As Cairo-based newspaper Veto reported, several of the burnt documents would put Turkey in a bind in international courts. Sheik Na’eem said that Egypt should penalize Turkey on this issue.
A number of government buildings were burnt down amid the chaos sparked by protest marches against Egypt’s former president Hosni Mubarak in 2011.
According to latest news, on December 17, 2011 the Egyptian institute archives were burnt down, with the majority of manuscripts and documents stored in the institute reduced to ashes over the fire brigade’s delay.