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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Muslim Turkey angered by Copenhagen sculpture commemorating the Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Genocide

Muslims Cover Up The Truth

  • Muslim Turkey is angry that anyone might point out the truth about their genocide against Christians.
  • It should be noted that in 629 AD the entire Middle East was either Christian, Jewish or Zoroastrian.  The Muslim genocide against people who dare to believe differently has been going on for 1,400 years. 

(The Local)  -  Plans to install a sculpture commemorating the Armenian Genocide in one of Copenhagen's busiest squares have Muslim Turkish officials up in arms.

A sculpture that will be placed in the heart of Copenhagen in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide threatens to further derail the already-strained relations between Denmark and Turkey
The nine-metre high sculpture, entitled ‘The Draem’ (Danish Remembrance Armenian Empathy Messenger), is to be placed in the square Kultorvet for ten days in May to mark 100 years since upwards of 1.5 million Armenians were killed by the Ottoman regime. 
The plans have elicited a protest from the Turkish Embassy in Copenhagen.
“We are disappointed that a sculpture that describes the actions of 1915 as a ‘genocide’ will be displayed in one of Copenhagen’s large squares,” the embassy wrote in an email to Politiken, adding that the sculpture is “morally indefensible”. 
Artists' illustration of how the sculpture will look when
placed in Kultorvet.
Photo: Invivia/Folkedrab100

Turkey officially rejects the notion that the mass killings constitute a ‘genocide’. While the European Parliament, a UN sub-committee and more than 20 countries worldwide recognize the killings as a genocide, Denmark does not. 
“The Danish government does not keep silent about the tragic events of 1915 but has not officially acknowledged the events as genocide. Our opinion is that that distinction is better left to historians,” Foreign Minister Martin Lidegaard told Politiken. 
Lidegaard declined to comment specifically on the sculpture, but Copenhagen city officials did not. 
The city’s deputy mayor for culture, the Danish People’s Party’s Carl Christian Ebbesen, said Turkey should stay out of local decisions.
“Turkey should completely stay out of what we do in Copenhagen and what sort of freedoms of expression and freedoms of art that we have,” Ebbesen told Politiken.
Relations between Denmark and Turkey are already strained over long-running disagreements about the handling of Kurdish television station Roj TV and for Turkey’s release of a man suspected of trying to assassinate noted Islam critic Lars Hedegaard. 

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