1020) Rauf Denktash: "Talat Pasha Movement Is Turkey's Beating Heart Against 'Genocide'"

The European Parliament will bring five issues on Turkey to a vote at the meeting from September 25 to 28. APA's Turkey bureau reports the five questions have been included into the agenda at the insistence of French socialists. These issues demand reproaching the Talat Pasha Movement, abolishing the Movement by the Turkish government, recognizing the alleged Armenian "genocide" as well as establishing diplomatic relations with Armenia without any conditions and open the borders. . .

In addition, the offer on recognition of the alleged Armenian "genocide" for the continuation of the agreement between Turkey and the European Union will be brought to a vote at the European Parliament. French socialists demand inclusion of an item on Turkeys deliberately refusing to recognize the so-called Armenian "genocide" into the document to be adopted.

The Talat Pasha Movement's Consulting Council held an emergency meeting in Pera Palas hotel in Istanbul related to the European Parliament's offers. The discussions focused on actions to be taken against the plan of the European Parliament.

Head of the Consulting Council, first President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Rauf Denktash underlined that the Talat Pasha Movement is Turkey's beating heart against the alleged Armenian "genocide" calling for the Turkish media to make efforts to support Turkey's rightful position.

Denktash stressed the importance of coordinating the developments wit the Foreign Ministry.

The Movement's chief coordinator Ferit Ilsever said they will carry on in Europe. He said they will distribute 250,000 books exposing the alleged Armenian "genocide" and hold a press conference in Germany soon.

The aim of establishing the Talat Pasha Movement was to make the parliaments having recognized the alleged "genocide" annul the bill and make public the truths. The Movement staged mass demonstrations in Lozanna and Berlin in protest against the false genocide claims.

The Armenian 'Dashnaksutyun' and 'Hinchak' terrorist organizations benefiting from the Ottoman Army's involvement in the World War I attempted to separate the country. But their attempts failed, these organizations were banned and, the activists were arrested in 1915. Prime Minister Talat Pasha issued a decree on May 27, 1915 to deport Armenians to the southern parts of the Ottoman Empire.

Talat Pasha was murdered by Armenian terrorist Tehleryan in Berlin on March 18, 1921.

18 September 2006
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