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Cato asked in TravelAfrica & Middle EastIsrael · 3 years ago

Why does Israel deny the Armenian Genocide?

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago
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    Maybe it is so Jews will not be blamed for it.

    It is an old trick to obfuscate the facts to confuse people to the point they feel they will never be able to understand what happened.

    Maybe the JFK case is the same sort of thing.

    Jack Ruby (born Jacob Leonard Rubenstein) gave bewildering testimony to the Warren Commission in which he repeatedly mentioned his fear that Jews would be blamed for the assassination of JFK.

    http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/ruby1.txt

    "This struggle is told in books like Seymour Hersh, The Samson Option: Israel’s Nuclear Arsenal and American Foreign Policy (1991). In his epic and deeply moving narrative of Kennedy’s effort to ban nuclear weapons, James Douglass speaks not a word of Israel’s Dimona project, which makes that very topic appear as the real “Unspeakable”. But most anti-Johnson books rarely broach on the subject either.

    As I have shown in a previous article,[lxxvi] Kennedy’s death was welcomed with relief in Tel-Aviv, for it meant the end of Kennedy’s pressure on Israel to comply with UN Resolution 194 for the Palestinians’ right of return, and to renounce building its own nuclear arsenal. No president, in fact, ever attempted seriously to stop Israel from building weapons of mass destruction since Kennedy.

    Consider the fact that, after firing Allen Dulles who had tricked him into the Bay of Pigs fiasco, Kennedy had appointed as director of the CIA, John McCone, who had been Eisenhower’s chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC). McCone is responsible for having leaked the story of Israel’s lies regarding the true military nature of its Dimona project, to reporter John Finney of the New York Times, who published it on December 19, 1960, weeks before Kennedy was to take office.

    As Alan Hart writes, “there can be no doubt that Kennedy’s determination to stop Israel developing its own nuclear bomb was the prime factor in his decision to appoint McCone.”[6] In 1965, McCone resigned after having failed to get Johnson interested in that matter.

    In view of the tremendous advantages that Israel has reaped from John Kennedy’s assassination, should we not investigate Israel?"

    http://www.veteransnewsnow.com/2013/11/17/230147wh...

  • 3 years ago

    At large, Israeli citizens and many Jews recognize the Arminian genocide and sympathize with the Armenian people. But unfortunately this is a political question – Israel government doesn't want to hurt the fragile relations with Turkey (the one responsible for the horrific genocide). Despite the official stance, many Israeli Parliament members support the official recognition of the genocide.

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  • LeKat!
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    3 years ago

    At large, Israeli citizens recognize the Arminian genocide and sympathize with the Armenian people. But unfortunately this is a political question – Israel government doesn't want to hurt the fragile relations with Turkey (the one responsible for the horrific genocide). Despite the official stance many Israeli Parliament members support the official recognition of the genocide.

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  • Like the anonymous dude who got awarded "Best Answer" said: the Jews fear that they will be blamed for the Armenian Genocide. And well they should fear, since that is exactly where the blame should go.

    There's a great deal of misinformation about the cause of the Armenian Genocide. It was carried out while the nations of the West were distracted by the First World War. It is precisely at such times that the Jews push forward with their more grandiose evils.

    The most common (and mistaken) belief is that the motivation was Turkish nationalism. The promulgation of that incorrect view is largely the work of the Jews, upon whose ethnic relations most of the blame really does fall.

    Because the Armenian Genocide was prompted, not by Turkish nationalism, but by the financial interests of a Jewish banking family, the Rothschilds. Although Turkish nationalism made it easier for the Rothschilds to manipulate the situation, and whereas a certain amount of ethnic strife preceded 1915, it was the meddling of these Jewish bankers that caused the genocide itself.

    The Rothschilds owned (since 1884) the The Caspian and Black Sea Petroleum Company, which extracted oil from fields near Baku, in Azerbaijan, and shipped it over the Caucasus by rail to Batumi in FSR Georgia, thence by sea via the Dardanelles to their refinery in Fiume (a port city now called Rijeka, in Croatia) on the Adriatic. The products, including kerosene, were then sold throughout central Europe in competition with similar products sold by the Rockefeller-owned Standard Oil company. The Rothschilds wanted to eliminate ethnic conflict along the trade route, and since the Armenians were the weakest party in those conflicts, the cheapest way for the Rothschilds to get what they wanted was to eliminate the Armenians.

    There is a photograph taken by a German officer in 1915 showing a row of young women who had been hanged upon crosses in mockery of the Crucifixion of Jesus because they had refused to convert to Islam. Many of the Young Turks’ “infantry” were, indeed, Muslims. But Jews were directing the campaign.

    The photograph:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B_G6aMmWoAAXIUV.jpg

    In conventional history, subject matter that is considered by the Jews to be sensitive may be presented in a way that is either almost accurate but nowhere near complete, or else it is reasonably complete but nowhere near accurate. Or it might be neither complete nor accurate, but rather an intentionally deceptive fabrication.

    It is so with the common account of the instigators of the Armenian Genocide: the "Young Turks." What the historical narratives commonly omit is that the Young Turks were founded by a Jew who grew up in Italy, Emmanuel Curasso. Curasso set up the Young Turks as a secret society in the 1890s, beginning in Salonika, Macedonia. Most of the Young Turks, and virtually all of their leadership, were Jews.

    This isn't really uncommon. The Jews have learned many tricks of political deception. They will go so far as to set up their own opposition, and, attributing its membership to other groups—e.g. Muslims, Christians, racists—will later condemn these other groups for deeds that they, themselves, committed. Most of the time, the corrupted version of history goes into the school textbooks unchallenged.

    (For a trivial example, see

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aF5UfnhuF_c

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    Assisting the Rothschilds wasn’t the Young Turks’ only purpose. They also wanted to undermine Sultan Mehmed in order to facilitate the theft of Palestine by Zionist Jews.

    Many of the Jews among the Young Turks adopted nom de guerre. For example, the real name of the Young Turk writer known as "Tekin Alp" was Moishe Cohen. Also, the editor-in-chief of the Young Turks’ main newspaper, The Young Turk, was Vladimir Ze’ev Jabotinsky, a Zionist Jew who worked as a journalist in Italy during the 1890s and lived in Odessa prior to the Armenian Genocide.

    So, really, the blame for the deaths of 1.5 million Christian Armenians doesn't belong to any sort of nationalism. It belongs to greedy Jews who wanted their oil business to enjoy increased profits.

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

    They neither acknowledge or deny the Armenian genocide, they don't deny it either however the reason for this is because they want good relations with Turkey because they have very few good relations with Muslim nations.

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  • Robert
    Lv 6
    3 years ago

    Hello Cato,

    Your question is based on a falsehood, since Israel does not deny the Armenian Genocide. On the following webpage, please scroll down to its heading: "Position of Israel":

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian_Genocide_re...

    I hope this helps.

    Robert.

    Source(s): On the following webpage, please scroll down to its heading: "Position of Israel": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian_Genocide_re...
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  • BMCR
    Lv 7
    3 years ago

    Actually, that is not accurate.

    Its not that Israel denies that it happened.

    Its that Israel (the government, not Israelis in general) will not officially recognize it.

    Their reason is political as they feel it may strain relations with Turkey.

    And I personally think that is wrong.

    Not that you care. You just gave BA to some antisemite who rambled about the JFK assassination.

    • The Israelis illegally attacked a Turkish vessel in international waters in 2010 and murdered Turkish citizens without any regard to relations with Turkey. So your answer is invalid.

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  • 3 years ago

    Because their can be only 1 genocide and thats the Holocaust..if we start claiming all the other geniciode then how are we supposed to keep feeling sorry for the jews?..

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  • Kevin7
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    3 years ago

    Israel does not deny it

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  • 3 years ago

    Becauae theyre allies with turkey. Use your brain

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