07 July 2009

2903) Video: Excavation Of A Mass-Grave Realized In Oba, Turkey, 1986

This video shows one of the excavations of mass-grave of Muslims (mostly Turks and Kurds) massacred during WWI. Since 1986, Turkish archeologists discovered several thousands of skeletons.

As you can see on the video, the evidence is given that these victims were Muslims, not Christians, by the personal objects discovered, like . . the Korans.

After the second excavation in Igdir region, in 2003 (not showed in the video), DNA tests were realized with the children and grandchildren of victims as an additional proof. .

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