Kurds Put Deputy Premier On Donkey For Anti-Armenian Statements

KURDS PUT DEPUTY PREMIER ON DONKEY FOR ANTI-ARMENIAN STATEMENTS

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Aug 24 2010
Armenia

Kurds of Van responded to an anti-Armenian statement voiced by Turkish
Deputy Prime Minister Cemil Cicek.

In response to Cicek’s statement that some members of the Kurdistan
Workers’ Party (PKK) are uncircumcised, which means a lot, (namely,
that they are allegedly Armenians), Kurds gathered near the office
of Democratic Society Party in Van. They were carrying a banner with
Cemil Cicek on a donkey. The banner had also an inscription saying
“Circumcision expert Cemil Cicek goes to Qandil (shelter for Kurdish
rebels in North Iraq).”

Earlier, the chair of Democratic Society Party Selahattin Demirtas
advised Cicek to circumcise Kurds himself. Let him go to Qandil
Mountains (northern Iraq) not confuse Armenians with Kurds, Demirtas
said.

The Armenian community of Istanbul also responded to Cicek’s words
and advised him to avoid such statements, as they are stirring up
hatred towards Armenians.

From: A. Papazian

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