View Full Version : -- The Tale Of "Peaceful Armenians"

Baba Bey
3 november 2006, 18:55

(October, 30) Armenian Uprising in Istanbul
(June, 1) First Van Revolt by Armenians
(August, 26) Raid of the Ottoman Bank by Armenians

(July, 1921) The Assassination attempt against Sultan Abdulhamid II in Yildiz Mosque by Armenians.

(April, 14) Armenian Revolt in Adana.

WWI: France supports and promises Ottoman Armenians independence
and a "Greater Armenia" if they fight the Turks from inside out.
Ottoman Armenians collaborate with the Russian enemy.
More than 150,000 Ottoman Armenians join the Russian army to fight the Ottoman Empire.
Ethnic cleansings in Eastern Turkey committed by the Armenians for establishing their
promised "Greater Armenia".
(April, 15) Second Van Revolt by Armenians.
(April, 24) Armenian Committees working against the Ottoman Government were closed.
The 2345 members of those committees were arrested.
(May, 3) Armenian Massacres in Van.
(May, 27) The Law of Relocation of the Armenians passed.

(February, 1) Armenian secret society member Arshak committed massacres in Bayburt.
(April, 25) Armenian militants killed 750 Muslims in Subatan village of Kars City.
(May, 1) An Armenian militant named Arshak killed 60 Muslims including children in Kars City.

After the end of WWI France and England give the Armenians the promised
"Greater Armenia" in the Treaty of Sevres (August 10, 1920). However, it was rejected
by the Turkish republican movement, and never came into effect. That movement,
under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, used the treaty as the occasion
to declare itself the rightful government of Turkey, replacing the monarchy.
Later the Treaty of Lausanne was signed.

(January, 12) An Armenian mounted unit has tortured Muslims in the Arapdar village of Antep City.

(March, 15) An Armenian terrorist assassinated Talat Pasha in Berlin.
(March, 18) Misak Torlakyan killed the Minister of Internal Affairs of Azerbaijan, Cevanshir Han, in Istanbul.
(December, 6) Armenians killed Sait Halim Pasha in Rome.

(July, 22) Cemal Pasha was killed by Armenians, in Tbilisi.

(January 27) An Armenian terrorist, Migirdic Yanikyan killed Mehmet Baydar,
Turkish Consul General for Los Angeles and his assistant Bahadir Demir.

(January 20) The Armenian terror organization ASALA was founded.
(October 22) The Turkish Ambassador in Vienne Danis Tunaligil was killed by Armenian terrorists.
(October 24) The Turkish Ambassador in Paris Ismail Erez and a police officer
Talip Yener were killed by Armenian terrorists.

(February 16) The First Secretary of Turkish Embassy in Beirut, Oktay Cerit,
was killed by Armenian terrorists.
(May 28) Turkish diplomatic bureau in Zurich was bombed. An Armenian called
Noubar Soufoyan was arrested and condemned to 15 years in prison.

(May 29) Istanbul Yesilkoy Airport and Sirkeci Station were bombed.
Four people died and 31 people were injured. The attacks were
undertaken by the "Extreme Armenian Movement Groups".
(June 9) The Turkish Ambassador in Vatican Taha Carim was killed by Armenians.

(January 3) The Turkish Embassy in Brussels was bombed.
The attack was undertaken by "Armenian New Resistance Organisation".
(June 2) In Madrid, the Turkish Ambassador Zeki Kunaralp's wife
Necla Kunaralp and the ex Ambassador Besir Balcioglu were killed byArmenians.
(July 8) In Paris, the Turkish Diplomatic Bureau and the Tourism Bureau were bombed.
The attacks were undertaken by the "Armenian Genocide Justice Committee"
(August 6) Turkish General Consulate for Geneva was bombed.
The attacks were undertaken by "The Armenian New Resistance Organisation".
(December 17) The Geneva Bureau of Turkish Airlines was bombed by ASALA.

(April 15) The Greek government approved "The Monument of Armenian Revenge"
to be erected in Nea Simirna Square in Athens.
(August 22) Assistant Consul Niyazi Adali in Geneva was assassinated by ASALA,
in attack three other people were killed.
(August 27) Turkish Airlines Bureau in Frankfurt was bombed by ASALA.
(October 4) Turkish Airlines Bureau in Copenhagen was bombed by ASALA.
(October 12) The son of Ozdemir Benler, the Turkish Ambassador in Amsterdam,
Ahmet Benler, was killed in La Hague.
(December 22) The Tourism Counsellor of Paris Embassy, Yilmaz Copan,
was killed by Armenians.

(January 10) ASALA bombed Turkish Airlines Bureau in Tehran.
(February 6) Ambassador Dogan Turkmen was injured in an armed attack in Bern.
(March 10) Armenian terrorists bombed the Turkish Airlines Bureau in Rome.
Two Italians died; 14 Italians injured.
(April 8) During meeting in Sayda, ASALA declared the Kurds as their
blood brothers by claiming there were resemblances between the two communities.
(April 17) The Turkish Ambassador in Vatican Vecdi Turel was attacked by Armenians,
and his police officer Tahsin Guvenc was injured.
(April 19) ASALA attacked the Turkish Consulate in Marseille.
(June 31) The Turkish Administrative Attaché Galip Ozmen and his daughter
Neslihan Ozmen were killed by the Armenian terrorists.
(August 5) The Turkish Consulate in Lyon was stormed by the Armenian terrorists
and Kadir Atilgan, Ramazan Sefer, Kavas Bozdag and Huseyin Toprak were killed.
(September 26) Turkish Press Attaché in Paris Selcuk Bakkalbasi was attacked
by the Armenians and he was badly injured.
(November 10) ASALA attacked to Turkish Consulate in Strasbourg.
(December 17) Turkish Ambassador in Sidney, Sarik Arkyan, and his police officer
Engin Saver were killed.

(January 13) Armenian terrorists had put a bomb into the car of Ahmet Erbeyli,
Counselor of Finance in Paris Embassy. He survived by chance.
(March 4) The Administrative counsellor of Turkish Embassy in Paris,
Resat Morali and imam Tecelli Ari were killed by Armenians.
(April 3) The Armenians shot Cavit Demir the administrative counsellor
of the Turkish Embassy in Copenhagen; he luckily survived with injuries.
(June 9) The Secretary of the Turkish Embassy in Geneva Mehmet S. Yerguz
was killed by ASALA.
(September 24) The Armenian terrorists stormed the General Consulate in Geneva;
and killed police officer Cemal Ozen.
(October 3) The Second Secretary of Turkish Embassy in Rome was attacked
by Armenian terrorists; he was badly injured.
(November 27) "Armenian Students Union in Europe" and "Kurdish Students Association in Europe"
made a joint declaration in London.

(January 28) The Turkish General Consulate in Los Angeles, Kemal Arikan,
was killed by two Armenians Harry Sasunyan and Kirkor Saliba.
(April 8) Commerce Counselor in Ottawa Embassy Kemalttin Kani Gungor
was injured by an armed attack.
(May 5) The Turkish honorary Consul for USA Boston Region Okan Gunduz
was killed by Armenians.
(June 7) Erkut Akbay the administrative attaché in Lisbon Embassy was killed.
On the same day, Atilla Altikat the military attaché in Ottawa, Bora Süelkan
the administrative attaché to Bulgaria and chargé d'affaires of Lisbon Embassy
Yurtsev Mihcioglu and his wife Cahide Mihcioglu were attacked. Turkish Ambassador
in Canada Coskun Kirca was attacked as well.
(August 7) Ankara Esenboga Airport was bombed by three Armenian terrorists.
Three police officers and nine civil people died. Seventy-eight people were injured.
A terrorist called Levon Ekmekciyan was arrested.
(August 10) An Armenian named Artin Penik burned himself to protest Esenboga Airport Incident.

(January 29) Levon Ekmekciyan was found guilty of 1982 Esenboga Airport
incident and he was executed in Ankara.
( ) Harut Levonyan and Rafi Elbekyan attacked the Turkish Ambassador in Yugoslavia
and a man from Belgrade who was passing by was killed.
(June 15) Some terrorists of ASALA organisation attacked Turkish Airlines
office in Paris Orly Airport. The attack resulted in the death of four Frenchmen,
two Turks, an American and a Swedish person. In the incident sixty people were injured.
(June 27) Five Armenian terrorists who raided the Turkish Embassy in Lisbon died.

(March 12) Turkish Embassy in Ottawa was raided by three Armenian terrorists.
One of the Canadian civil guards was shot dead. Ambassador Coskun Kirca survived with injuries.

(January 21) Armenians attacked to Hacilar City. Three Soviet soldiers and
two Azeris were killed. The terrorists killed an Azeri journalist Savatin Askerova.
(April 13) In Karabagh, Armenians and Azeris fought. The Armenians bombarded Azeri villages.
(April 23) The Armenians bombarded Azeri villages in Susa region. Three Azeris
were killed, three houses were destroyed, and three houses were demolished.
(April 26) Four Azeri civil guardians were killed. The attack was undertaken by "Karabakh Warriors".
(September 23) Armenia declared its independence.
(December 26) Soviet Union was dissolved. Armenia gained its legal independence.