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March 31, 2010



"This is our history. The Turkish Republic had not yet been founded in 1915. It was the era of the Ottoman Empire, which was allied with Germany at the time...

... Anyone who denies his ancestry is committing a sin. If something serious comes to light after the historical examination of the past, we will be prepared to accept our history."

If so, then why was Orhan Pamuk charged and tried for "public denigration of Turkish identity" after he spoke about the Kurds and the 1 million dead Armenians?

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