Bleeding Armenia: Its history and horrors under the curse of Islam
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Armenia, a land of ancient civilization and culture, has a complex and tragic history marked by war, oppression, and suffering. The Armenian people have faced countless challenges, including invasions, massacres, and forced displacements, with the most recent atrocities committed in the late 20th century. “Bleeding Armenia: Its history and horrors under the curse of Islam” by Gabrielean et al. is a book that aims to shed light on the atrocities committed against the Armenian people by Islamic powers throughout history.
The book begins with an overview of the Armenian history, which dates back to the 9th century BC. Armenia has a rich cultural heritage, and its people have contributed significantly to the arts, literature, and sciences. However, the authors argue that the Armenian people have been subjected to persecution and violence throughout their history, particularly by Islamic powers.
The book focuses on the massacres and forced deportations of Armenians that took place during the Ottoman Empire’s rule. The authors argue that these atrocities were motivated by religious and ethnic hatred, with the Ottoman Empire seeking to eliminate the Armenian people. The book provides a detailed account of the events leading up to the genocide, including the political climate and the Ottoman Empire’s decline.
The authors also examine the role of other Islamic powers in the Armenian genocide, including the Young Turks, who were responsible for planning and executing the massacre. The book provides a comprehensive overview of the atrocities committed during the genocide, including mass killings, forced deportations, and other forms of violence.
The authors argue that the Armenian genocide was part of a broader trend of Islamic powers seeking to eliminate non-Muslim populations throughout history. They provide examples of other atrocities committed against non-Muslims, including the Christian communities of Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria.
The book also explores the aftermath of the Armenian genocide, including the efforts of the Armenian diaspora to gain recognition and justice for the atrocities committed against their people. The authors argue that the denial of the Armenian genocide by the Turkish government is a continuation of the oppression and persecution faced by the Armenian people throughout history.
In conclusion, “Bleeding Armenia: Its history and horrors under the curse of Islam” by Gabrielean et al. is a powerful and timely book that sheds light on the atrocities committed against the Armenian people by Islamic powers throughout history. The authors provide a comprehensive overview of the events leading up to the Armenian genocide, the atrocities committed during the genocide, and the aftermath of the genocide. The book highlights the need for recognition and justice for the Armenian people and serves as a reminder of the importance of standing up against oppression and persecution in all its forms.