Rivlin: Remembering Armenian genocide...

Rivlin: Remembering Armenian genocide not attack on Turkey

There are 10 comments on the Jerusalem Post story from Jun 12, 2012, titled Rivlin: Remembering Armenian genocide not attack on Turkey. In it, Jerusalem Post reports that:

Knesset discusses murder of more than a million Armenians at the hands of the Turks over a hundred years ago; Meretz leader Gal-On accuses gov't of using tragedy to attack Turkey, calls for 'Marmara' apology.

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TRUTHlover

Carei, Romania

#1 Jun 13, 2012
Long live the Israeli lawmaker Kadima MK Robert Tibayev ........

He completely right !

Cheers,
Huh

Canada

#2 Jun 13, 2012
Israel needs to start sending their own flotillas of "activists" to the Kurds in Turkey. Arm them with pipes and knives. Tell them to attack and abduct Turkish soldiers. We'll see how the Turkish military responds.
TRUTHlover

Carei, Romania

#3 Jun 13, 2012
Huh wrote:
Israel needs to start sending their own flotillas of "activists" to the Kurds in Turkey. Arm them with pipes and knives. Tell them to attack and abduct Turkish soldiers. We'll see how the Turkish military responds.
They certainly will not shoot them on short range to kill!
Cheers,
Dander

Whitemark, Australia

#4 Jun 13, 2012
TRUTHlover wrote:
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They certainly will not shoot them on short range to kill!
Cheers,
They are not brave enough for short range, they will send the airforce to bomb them out instead, like they did at ULUDERE.
TRUTHlover

Carei, Romania

#5 Jul 12, 2012
Dander wrote:
<quoted text>They are not brave enough for short range, they will send the airforce to bomb them out instead, like they did at ULUDERE.
You are certainly right.

They are not brave enough like your ancestors shooting the innocent Muslim women and children during their revolts…….(knowing very well that more or less the entire male Muslim population of the villages was away, at the front defending the nation)....
But the Turks were still brave enough to present you afterwards the bill, isn’t it?

Cheers,
Super Akilli

Ankara, Turkey

#6 Jul 12, 2012
I think both of these zionist nations should concentrate on real genocides that are going right now,to stop them!Not imaginarily fobbed off 100 years old,Satanic dreams..
I am talking about the Hocali genocide and the Palestinians!
Dander

Whitemark, Australia

#7 Jul 12, 2012
TRUTHlover wrote:
<quoted text>
You are certainly right.
They are not brave enough like your ancestors shooting the innocent Muslim women and children during their revolts…….(knowing very well that more or less the entire male Muslim population of the villages was away, at the front defending the nation)....
But the Turks were still brave enough to present you afterwards the bill, isn’t it?
Cheers,
Turd lover
If I want to find out who the Armenian rebels killed, all I have to do is to read the Memoires of Andranik.
you should read it too to save yourself making stupid coward IT remnant comments to mask your genocidal shame.
BTW
Kurds are brave enough to face their part in all this mess but Fake Jihadist IT remnants are scared shitless for their gutless murderer and thief fathers' pitiful ends in Gavur lands.
TRUTHlover

Carei, Romania

#8 Jul 23, 2012
Dander wrote:
<quoted text>Turd lover
If I want to find out who the Armenian rebels killed, all I have to do is to read the Memoires of Andranik.
you should read it too to save yourself making stupid coward IT remnant comments to mask your genocidal shame.
BTW
Kurds are brave enough to face their part in all this mess but Fake Jihadist IT remnants are scared shitless for their gutless murderer and thief fathers' pitiful ends in Gavur lands.
Continue with the fairy tales of an Armenian fedayee hero, who at first was kicked out by his Russian masters and later on even by his own people…..thus had to die in exile ...... what a hero he must have been ……

Yes, continue reading Armenian history written by Armenian mass murderers....

At least now you are admitting it, how you have formed your opinion of the issue.... How proud you can be!

The Kurds??? You want to say the PKK and their affiliates.... Sure in the past they needed a safe haven from where to start their terrorist attacks and nowadays they need the money and support of the Armenian Diaspora, isn’t it????

Cheers,
Dander

Whitemark, Australia

#9 Jul 23, 2012
TRUTHlover wrote:
<quoted text>
Continue with the fairy tales of an Armenian fedayee hero, who at first was kicked out by his Russian masters and later on even by his own people…..thus had to die in exile ...... what a hero he must have been ……
Yes, continue reading Armenian history written by Armenian mass murderers....
At least now you are admitting it, how you have formed your opinion of the issue.... How proud you can be!
The Kurds??? You want to say the PKK and their affiliates.... Sure in the past they needed a safe haven from where to start their terrorist attacks and nowadays they need the money and support of the Armenian Diaspora, isn’t it????
Cheers,
The more you talk the clearer your coward ass hole comes to the fore.
The IT dogs were executed as per their death sentences by Ottoman courts in hiding in Christian lands.
Andranik died a free man in USA refusing Soviet rule.
He wrote what he did, and that is honourable.
IT remnant turk yet to find honour in denial.
TRUTHlover

Carei, Romania

#10 Jul 24, 2012
Dander wrote:
<quoted text>The more you talk the clearer your coward ass hole comes to the fore.
The IT dogs were executed as per their death sentences by Ottoman courts in hiding in Christian lands.
Andranik died a free man in USA refusing Soviet rule.
He wrote what he did, and that is honourable.
IT remnant turk yet to find honour in denial.
By Ottoman courts UNDER ENGLISH MARSHAL RULE !!!
Why are you not mentioning this fact, too?

Andranik died in EXIL ! Kicked out by his own subordinates incited by his previous Soviet masters!

He wrote what he did, except leaving out the passages, where his troops massacred children, women and elderly .....

Well he did it, because as he said: "To re-establish Greater Armenian - free of Turks and Muslims. Stop Armenians being the slaves of the Turkish Sultan and the Turk".

Thus he had to cleanse the 'Holy Armenian Lands' from the 'infidels'[Non-Christian Turks].

Yes, I agree in his set of mind he was right in doing what he did, because it was necessary to achieve his goal....

But please tell me, what does differentiate him, giving orders to burn down entire Muslim villages etc.....to the Ottoman Generals who perhaps did the same to same their country and especially prevent General Andranik achieving his goal of splitting up the Ottoman Empire?

Do you remember what YOUR Armenian kings did with their enemies (after they had captured them), and in particular with traitors????

And you are still talking ....

For you Andranik perhaps is a hero .... for the Turks, he was a traitor and mass murderer!

Cheers,

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