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#MyJihad in Turkey: Christian woman repeatedly stabbed, a crucifix carved onto her naked corpse

There are 335 comments on the Atlas Shrugs story from Jan 29, 2013, titled #MyJihad in Turkey: Christian woman repeatedly stabbed, a crucifix carved onto her naked corpse. In it, Atlas Shrugs reports that:

The implications of the cross being carved onto Marissa Kucuk's corpse are not explored in this Economist story: the Economist has never shown any willingness to discuss the jihad against non-Muslims. "Horrific attacks against Armenians," from the Economist , January 29 : MARISSA Kucuk was a little old Armenian lady who lived on her own in ... (more)

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“Hankchetsek took antor nahadag”

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#1 Jan 29, 2013
Turkey breeds evil - almost 100 years later and Turkey still is evil.

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Ara Masis

Morelia, Mexico

#2 Jan 29, 2013
The Murder of innocents is encouraged by some strange secret group in Turkey.

“truth hurts”

Since: Aug 09

NOVA

#3 Jan 29, 2013
The Alana Kalana Project wrote:
Turkey breeds evil - almost 100 years later and Turkey still is evil.
ur the one whose evil, taking a single act of murder and turning it into Turkey breeding evil, what u r doing with this post is the epitome of breeding evil.
RC Cola

Geneve, Switzerland

#4 Jan 29, 2013
truther wrote:
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ur the one whose evil, taking a single act of murder and turning it into Turkey breeding evil, what u r doing with this post is the epitome of breeding evil.
There was 1.5 million single acts of EVIL and murder by turks! And it's continuing today.

Turks are such low life scum...there are no words to describe your sick fake culture...maybe that's why you have no honor.
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#5 Jan 29, 2013

“Hankchetsek took antor nahadag”

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#6 Jan 29, 2013
truther wrote:
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ur the one whose evil, taking a single act of murder and turning it into Turkey breeding evil, what u r doing with this post is the epitome of breeding evil.
And you are one of the most evilest pieces of chit there is -

“Hankchetsek took antor nahadag”

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#7 Jan 29, 2013
Dander wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/wor ld/turkey/TM2HIHCF6RL6GMRK6
He knows it is not one single murder but he like the rest of the pathetic cowards in Turkey who would dare try to justify this by undermining it like them he might have killed those women him self - for he is no different than the genocidal, cowardly filth who murdered the women and children back in 1915 and like them he will rot in hell.

There is at least 40 million suspects - all easily capable of such horrific murder against Turkey's religious minorities and he is no doubt on the top of that list.
lambroni ardziv

Katy, TX

#8 Jan 29, 2013
truther wrote:
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ur the one whose evil, taking a single act of murder and turning it into Turkey breeding evil, what u r doing with this post is the epitome of breeding evil.
you are more evil than the perpetrator of this vile act of racial prejudice .the woman was killed because she was a Christian and an Armenian i could have accepted a murder during a robbery but a racially motivated murder in this age is unacceptable .turkey is a cesspool of people that they think they are superior to other ethnic groups may GOD have mercy on miserable kind

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#9 Jan 29, 2013
The Alana Kalana Project wrote:
There is at least 40 million suspects - all easily capable of such horrific murder against Turkey's religious minorities and he is no doubt on the top of that list.
40 million suspects? which make more than 50 % of my people murderers?
Well, things may be seen different abroad than in turkey, especially for armenians living out of turkey. I wish you come and visit turkey more often without hiding that you are an armenian.
here is the point

Burbank, CA

#10 Jan 29, 2013
TRNavi wrote:
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40 million suspects? which make more than 50 % of my people murderers?
Well, things may be seen different abroad than in turkey, especially for armenians living out of turkey. I wish you come and visit turkey more often without hiding that you are an armenian.
No, more like 80 or 90% of "your people". We are not counting Kurds and millions of other nationalities in your terrorist country who pretend to be "Turkish" so they won't go through a genocide themselves.

“truth hurts”

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NOVA

#11 Jan 29, 2013
The Alana Kalana Project wrote:
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And you are one of the most evilest pieces of chit there is -
ur a sad washed up and dried up hag, plus evil. Also id like to remind u of Khojali where 600 people including women children and elderly were murdered by armed Armen forced, thats alot of evil dont u think?

“Hankchetsek took antor nahadag”

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#12 Jan 29, 2013
TRNavi wrote:
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40 million suspects? which make more than 50 % of my people murderers?
Well, things may be seen different abroad than in turkey, especially for armenians living out of turkey. I wish you come and visit turkey more often without hiding that you are an armenian.
How many would you say? Be honest, not what you wish. If you do not say at least a million then I will know you are covering up the truth about your people.

“truth hurts”

Since: Aug 09

NOVA

#13 Jan 29, 2013
lambroni ardziv wrote:
<quoted text>you are more evil than the perpetrator of this vile act of racial prejudice .the woman was killed because she was a Christian and an Armenian i could have accepted a murder during a robbery but a racially motivated murder in this age is unacceptable .turkey is a cesspool of people that they think they are superior to other ethnic groups may GOD have mercy on miserable kind
hey do u remember Khojali where 600 unarmed villagers were murdered by Armen forces. U people r so pathetic, always generalizing and pointing fingers, but never ever reflecting upon ur own ugly souls. God would not have mercy on a piece of shxt like u.

“Hankchetsek took antor nahadag”

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#14 Jan 29, 2013
As maybe not all 40 million could pull the trigger but at all 40 million would not condemn the ones who did. Same as doing the killing...
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#15 Jan 29, 2013
truther wrote:
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ur a sad washed up and dried up hag, plus evil. Also id like to remind u of Khojali where 600 people including women children and elderly were murdered by armed Armen forced, thats alot of evil dont u think?
Is this a realization of what happened to Armenians in 1915 by a sore azeri?

“Hankchetsek took antor nahadag”

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#16 Jan 29, 2013
truther wrote:
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ur a sad washed up and dried up hag, plus evil. Also id like to remind u of Khojali where 600 people including women children and elderly were murdered by armed Armen forced, thats alot of evil dont u think?
Listen my people did a great disservice to the world when they left you alive.
bra teo

Olten, Switzerland

#17 Jan 29, 2013
strange that since Armenian Genocide Turkey still failing to come clean as the rest of the world is watching. how pathetic is this?

lambroni ardziv

Katy, TX

#18 Jan 29, 2013
truther wrote:
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hey do u remember Khojali where 600 unarmed villagers were murdered by Armen forces. U people r so pathetic, always generalizing and pointing fingers, but never ever reflecting upon ur own ugly souls. God would not have mercy on a piece of shxt like u.
do you compare 600 people with 1.5 million Armenians that your ancestors butchered for no reason than their being GEAVORS your math is skewed
Mary Joe

Beirut, Lebanon

#19 Jan 29, 2013
In Turkish courts there is No..Pressure ..
You did a crime you will be punished by courts of law...either if you're a Turk ,, Kurd,,Yezidi,,,Greek,,, Armenian ,, Arab,,, or any other origin you come from..

When there's a crime Turkish authorities directly ,, search for suspects,,
And they go for it until the whole crime is observed

Law is law.. And it's above all ...
They are completely aware of it ..

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#20 Jan 30, 2013
The Alana Kalana Project wrote:
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How many would you say? Be honest, not what you wish. If you do not say at least a million then I will know you are covering up the truth about your people.
I know my words will never be enough for you. But I can say without any doubt that there is no any political or religious or national movement in turkey including extremists who will aim old women because they are christians or armenians. All people here ask same questions: Who? Why? For what purpose? How can you be so sure of my people while living in usa?

I feel these are provocative attacks to attract attention of world to christians in turkey but absolutely working against turkey. We are familiar with these kind of provocations during ottomans.

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