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French Bill to Outlaw Turkish Holocaust Denial

It may come as no surprise to hear about Turks denying the Nazi Holocaust, where 6 million Jews were systematically murdered. They hate Jews in the Muslim world. However, Turkey also embraces a collective denial of the Armenian Holocaust. At least 1.5 million Armenians were murdered by the Young Turk government of the Ottoman Empire during the years between 1915 and 1917. The Turkish government denies it happened, as do most Turks.

So when France proposed a bill to outlaw denial of the Armenian Holocaust, Turks protested with an ancient Muslim ritual - the violent riot.

BBC, French in Armenia 'genocide' row:
The French parliament has adopted a bill making it a crime to deny that Armenians suffered "genocide" at the hands of the Turks, infuriating Turkey.

The bill, proposed by the Socialists and opposed by the government, needs approval from the Senate and president.

Turkey called the decision a "serious blow" to relations with France. It has already threatened economic sanctions.

Armenia says Ottoman Turks killed 1.5 million people systematically in 1915 - a claim strongly denied by Turkey...

...Debate on the Armenian issue has been stifled in Turkey.

The official Turkish position states that many Christian Armenians and Muslim Turks died in fighting during World War I - but that there was no genocide.

The BBC's Sarah Rainsford in Istanbul says many Turks are angry at what they see as double standards in the EU, where opinions are sharply divided about whether Turkey should be allowed to join.
Take a moment to notice how the BBC refuses to print genocide, but instead prints 'genocide' or "genocide." The BBC has a policy of avoiding words that offend its readers, even if they are accurate. This is similar to the BBC policy of never using the term terrorism. The BBC refuses to publish the word terrorism in any situation out of fear it will offend Muslim readers. It's a truly disgusting publication for pandering to terrorist temperaments.

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