Government’s full time apologist Mahçupyan loses his advisor post after calling 1915 a genocide…

Maybe he will finally understand what does supporting AKP regime means…

Turkish PM’s chief advisor calls 1915 a ‘genocide’


Etyen Mahçupyan has described the killings of Armenians in 1915 at the hands of the Ottoman Empire as a ‘genocide’
Mahçupyan’s description ‘was not appropriate for his title of adviser,”’ Bozkır said during a televised interview


The European Parliament on April 15 urged Turkey to use the centenary of Ottoman-era massacres to “recognize the Armenian genocide”

Here comes Erdoğan’s answer:


Erdoğan: It Will Go In One Ear and Out From the Other


“They have Armenians living in their countries, so many of which live in Turkey. We could have deported them, but we didn’t.” said President Erdoğan.


Turkish President Erdoğan snubs 1915 vote at European Parliament


Turkey has no reason to be defensive in the face of any motion to recognize the mass killing of Ottoman Armenians in World War I as ‘genocide,’ as it will never accept such ‘a crime and sin,’ President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said.
A resolution passed by the European Parliament was likely to aggravate tensions with the Turkish government.
Turkey eclipses centenary of Armenian massacre by moving Gallipoli memorial

Change of date by Ankara, which leads to a clash of commemoration ceremonies, condemned as ‘indecent manoeuvre’



Turkish FM to visit Washington before Obama’s April 24 declaration on Armenian issue


Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu will visit Washington from April 18 to 21, during which he is likely to focus influencing the wording of the White House’s official commemoration on the upcoming centennial anniversary of the mass killings of Ottoman Armenians in 1915

Nearly 1.5 million Armenians died at the hands of the Ottoman Empire in 1915, during World War I. Turks by and large do not believe mass killings were planned.

President says any decision by European parliament qualifying 1915 killings as genocide would go ‘in one ear and out from the other’


Azer News (Azerbaijan) April 10, 2015, p. 3                                            Deutsch Français By Volkan Bozkir * Turkey’s wider neighborhood is engulfed in crises. To its east lie political instability, civil war, and terrorism, while its neighbors to the west are struggling to regain their financial footing, following an economic […]

The European Parliament will vote today, Wednesday, on a resolution demanding that Ankara acknowledge that the massacre of the Armenians was genocide. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has rejected the pope’scomments to this effect as “nonsense”. Turkey is once again demonstrating that it is not ready for EU membership, some commentators write. Others criticise the genocide accusation as too one-sided.


US called for a ‘full, frank’ acknowledgement of the facts surrounding the mass killing of Armenians in WWI


Turkey, Saudi Arabia in talks for alliance to oust al-Assad: Report


Turkey and Saudi Arabia are in high-level talks with the goal of forming a military alliance to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad

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The head of Turkey’s top religious body has slammed Pope Francis’ description of the mass killings of Ottoman Armenians


Mankind ‘failing’ multiculturalism: Turkey’s top cleric


All religions, beliefs and cultures are intertwined, Turkey’s Religious Affairs Directorate head Mehmet Görmez said

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