Posted by PeterB (reposted by Jeff) from LTU-207-73-65-124.LTU.EDU (18.104.22.168) on Wednesday, July 10, 2002 at 6:40AM :
In Reply to: Re: Fred, re: AINA [Kurds and Assyrians] posted by Lilly (reposted by Jeff) from LTU-207-73-65-124.LTU.EDU (22.214.171.124) on Wednesday, July 10, 2002 at 6:39AM :
Re: Peter, you misread him, too.
Posted By: Peter BetBasoo <firstname.lastname@example.org> (sfintgnt-2a.ameritech.com)
Date: Tuesday, 9 July 2002, at 12:10 p.m.
In Response To: Peter, you misread him, too. (Lilly)
: Please read my response to Raman, below. I hope
: it doesn't offend either of you.
: Sometimes, I think that one's mood or emotion
: colors the way one sees the world too
: much... & that this can lead to a lot of
: misinterpretation. I think this is true for
: everyone, including & esp. myself.
Two people did not misread this Kurd, if that's what he really is. But let us assume that he is really a Kurd, since he posted anonymously and there is no way to verify it.
He asks why Assyrians should hate Kurds. I answered him, and I suggest you read my response fully -- better yet, go to www.aina.org/martyr.htm and read it all.
Why should Assyrians hate Kurds? Let me give you 800,000 reasons:
1) Badr Khan Beg killed 50,000 Assyrians in 1843, that's 50,000 reasons right there.
2) The Assyrian genocide of World War One killed 750,000 Assyrians -- 75% of our people. The genocide was engineered by Turks but executed by Kurds, who did the dirty job of actually butchering the Assyrians (and Greeks and Armenians). That's 750,000 reasons right there.
I hope that clears it up for you.
-- PeterB (reposted by Jeff)
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