Turkish students hold protest against Armenian Genocide denial
Turkish students hold protest against Armenian Genocide denial –
The students of the Boğaziçi (Bosphorus) University of Istanbul held a protest action against the event denying the Armenian Genocide organized by the Ataturk Club, Armenpress reports citing the Turkish News Agency Etha.
With the call of the “Peoples’ Democratic Congress” Council (HDK), the Turkish students entered the hall of the so-called “Deportation Centenary” event organized by the Ataturk Club, and made a statement for the media.
In the statement, the students said that the Christmas Holidays in Malatya, Kayseri, Konya, Mardin and Hatay (Antioch) and many alike sites were last celebrated a hundred years ago and Hrant Dink’s nation, living for 4,000 years in these lands, no longer exists.
Having made the statement, the students hung posters on the walls of the hall with the content “Not deportation, but Genocide,” “Face Hrant and the Genocide.”