By Alan Whitehorn, Massispost.com
The two key human rights concepts of “crimes against humanity” and “genocide” have their roots in the response to the Young Turk mass deportations and massacres of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire during World War I.
“Crimes of humanity and genocide have to be asserted by authorized international judicial Court and not by personal opinions of some scholars, failing to produce documentary evidence. Armenian revolutionaries had joined the Russian army even before war was declared… . . .
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