540) 20 Methods Armenian Gangs Used to Torture Turks

Apparently, Armenian gangs employed 20 different methods to torture Turks.

Betul Aslan, a tutor at Ataturk University, wrote in her book, which she prepared based on memories, documents, and excavations, titled "Armenian Incidents in Erzurum," reveals the torture methods employed by Armenian gangs against Turks.
Aslan believes Russia is responsible for the genocide. Her evidence is based on Russia releasing declaration number 13, in which they provided Armenians with weaponry, ammunition, and food. Aslan says, "Armenians ceased the opportunity when the Europeans used minorities to achieve their goal of bringing down the Ottoman Empire after 1850. Empowered by the West, the Armenians committed atrocities in 1918" and the West also played an active role in these atrocities.

Armenian writer Antranik Celebyan writes, in his book titled "Antranik Pasa," the Armenians under control of Sivas resident Murad, Colonel Moral, and Dr. Bogosyan vengefully attacked houses and committed illegal acts when retreating in the face of Turkish forces.

American, British, Russian, and especially Ottoman sources indicate that Turks suffered various forms of torture. Dr. Erol Kurkcuoglu, assistant professor at Ataturk University, stresses Ohannes Apresyan, an Armenian, wrote about the atrocities in his memoir.

Apresyan wrote how they killed Turks in the following: "After Russia withdrew from the war, we took with us about 3,000 Turkish soldiers as war prisoners. We mercilessly killed 2,000 soldiers during our recession to “Kara Kilise” (Black Church). The brutality made me sick, but I could not object to it."

According to researchers the following are just some of the tortures committed by the Armenian gangs:

The Armenian gangs smashed the skulls of innocent defenseless civilians, beheading them with swords, and burnt people, villages and cities.

They killed children in front of their mothers, cut the fingers and arms off young girls, and raped both girls and women. They slashed the stomachs of pregnant women and physically removed their unborn babies.

The gangs were responsible for crucifying and staking women and men, nailing people up on poles. They also ripped children in two with horses and placed live people into sacks and dragged them along the ground behind horses.

By Recai Morkoc, Erzurum
March 13, 2006


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