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    • Anonymous
    • 22.11.09 | 17:05 (IST)

    Jane, I do discern that antisemites post on Haaretz. What use is it to discuss the Armenian genocide with these Turkish deniers. I went to Hurriyet, and I notice that besides Armenia, Turkey is dealing with the Kurds and the Cyprus issue and I am following all these issues. Since the deniers post on Haaretz, and there will always be deniers, (you cannot get rid of them all), I decided to post about the Armenian massacres on Hurriyet instead. I just told them about my family; each diaspora family will be different (we have our own views) to test the free speech in Turkey. At great risk to themselves because of the ultranationalists, the paper did post. I don't like to say too much because this is an issue being used by Russia to take over Turkey and Armenia. I am definitely a White Russian, wishing to have better ties between the USA, Israel and Turkey. It is better for our interests.

    from the article: Lieberman: After all the insults, Turkey can't mediate Syria talks
    First published 00:56 22.11.09 | Last updated 11:28 22.11.09
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