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A Profile ot the Armenian Activities Before the World War First
It is impossible to find a pure community or a nation lived alone without associating with another nation on the specified geography in any period of the world history on the Earth. When we look back to the Turkish history the Turks lived together with Chinese, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Greeks and so many odler nations. No doubt that the best and long lasting relations have been exercised with the Armenians. But when the Ottoman Empire began to lose power and the intervention of Europe in almost all subjects occurred in Turkish-Armenian relationships a stage of weakening, worsening stage has begun. At one side the efforts of Westerners to brake the relations of the Armenians from the Turkish society in points of view of religion, cultural, commercial, social and political matters on the other side on the result of the negative activities of the Patriarchy and churches and the Armenian committees established, in and outside the country, organized, equipped and aimed, the Armenian society has been tried to be broken from the Turkish society slowly. Thus the bloody events have begun in most of the times which the Moslems were loosing and harmed. Thousands of Moslems, Armenians have lost their lives at the revolting movements which have begun in East Anatolia and which have been carried to even the capital city Istanbul. The continuous impact of the Westerners and insisting on the reforms on the Ottoman authorities are the main cause to encourage the rebellions to revolt against the Ottomans.<

Armenians, First World War, Europeans, Otoman Empire.

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