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Sykes-Picot Agreement May 1916 - Slanders On Muslims In History

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Sykes-Picot Agreement May 1916

British rule

French rule

Russian rule

Under British, French and Russian protection

Arab state under British protection

Arab state under French protection

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(Right) A British propaganda poster during WWI

(Bottom) Throughout the history, the British deep state exploited countries with the promises of introducing 'civilization' and ending 'barbarism', but led the countries it wished to divide to clashes and wars.

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British soldiers during WWI

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George V of Britain, inspecting the British troops during WWI

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When 13 million stocks changed hands on October 24, 1929 (Black Thursday), panic ensued in the markets triggering what is known as the Great Depression. All the economic crises including the Great Depression are among the dajjali activities planned by the British deep state.

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A painting that depicts the invasion of Nicopolis by Russian forces during the Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878)

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A painting depicting the sick people being boarded on boats at Balaklava during the Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878) (William Simpson, April 24, 1855)

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(Left) Turkish cavalry during the Crimean War, 1855

(Bottom) Turkish Artillery Unit during the Crimean War, 1854

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Queen Elizabeth I of England

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Abdülhakim Arvasi

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The Hamidian Treatise, by Lebanese author Husayn al-Jisr, was a book intended to propagandize evolution theory in a religious disguise. This was a method to impose the lie of evolution on the religious people of the time by means of the said scholars and their books.

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Hasan Tahsini, the first rector of Darülfünûn, established by Abdul Hamid II and considered as the beginning of the University of Istanbul, was one of the first Darwinists. His book is an example of Darwinist propaganda.

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Mecmua-i Fünûn, which was published by Münif Pasha as 'the first Ottoman scientific journal', promoted Darwinism.

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Servet-i Fünun (Wealth of Knowledge) magazine, known for its materialist and Darwinist articles, was only one example of the Darwinist publications during the reign of Abdul Hamid II. (1892)

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Ahmed Cevdet (left) and Sami Frashëri (below), who were the editors-in-chief of dailies printed during the reign of Abdul Hamid II, were both evolutionists.

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Ceride-i Havadis (to the side), published by British William Churchill during the reign of Abdul Hamid II, subtly tried to shift Ottoman public opinion in favor of British interests.

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(Left) The evolutionist philosophy magazine Içtihad (The Opinion), disseminated in Istanbul and Cairo, was another Darwinist publication during Abdul Hamid II's reign. (1904)

(Bottom right) Al-Muqtataf magazine, the first in the Arab world to mention evolution

(Bottom left) A piece in the magazine Bahçe, published in Thessaloníki, about the life of Darwin (1909)

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Ahmed Cevdet

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(Top left) Ahmed Rıza

(Bottom right) Salih Zeki

(Far bottom, left) Rıza Tevfik

(Far bottom, in the middle) Hüseyin Cahit Yalçın

(Far bottom, right) Ahmet Şuayb

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Dutch historian Reinhart Dozy's book Spanish Islam: A History of the Moslems in Spain, which sought to explain Islam with materialism and included sacrilegious remarks about the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and the religion of Islam, was translated into Turkish and made its way into Ottoman lands and sped up the fall of the Empire.

Translated by: Abdullah Cevdet, 1908, during Abdul Hamid II's reign

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Ziya Gökalp (top left), Süleyman Hüsnü Pasha (top right) and Beşir Fuad (left), among the materialist and evolutionist writers of the Abdul Hamid II era

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Baha Tevfik (top), Ethem Nejat (top right) and Celal Nuri İleri (bottom right), among the materialist and evolutionist writers of the Abdul Hamid II era

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(Top) Rifa'a al-Tahtawi, the leader of al-Nahda movement that began in Egypt, embraced evolutionary ideas.

(Left) Mohammad Abduh, also from al-Nahda movement, was another evolutionist.

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Al-Azhar University, the fortress of Darwinism in the Arabic world. Opened in 972 as a mosque, the building was later made a school in 989.

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Syed Ahmad Khan

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A carriage for Sultan Abdul Hamid II, who was confined to the Yıldız Palace

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License to open the beer factory, 1894

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Bomonti beer factory set up by Swiss Bomonti brothers in Feriköy in 1890

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(Left) Bomonti beer factory in Istanbul

(Bottom) Commercial poster for Bomonti beer. Note Abdul Hamid II's seal on the poster.

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Beer advertisements that were very commonplace during the reign of Abdul Hamid II.

The above advertisement reads: "The tastiest, the most delicious beer: Bomonti beer. 1,800,000 liters of beer is produced daily in Feriköyü factory. Tasty, fun, thirst quenching"

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Rakı advertisements that became widespread after the foundation of rakı factories during the reign of Abdul Hamid II

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Advertisements for Üzüm Kızı rakı and other rakı brands produced in the Ottoman Empire

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Wine production in the Ottoman Empire first started in 1889. By 1904, total export volume had reached 340 million liters.

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Alcoholic beverage production increased so sharply during the rule of Abdul Hamid II, journalist Ahmet C. Saraçoğlu compared this period to 'a massive tavern.'

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In 1884, with instructions from Abdul Hamid II, the first brothel was opened in Abanoz Street, followed by others on Zürefa Street, which are still active today. In a short period of time, Galata alone became home to one hundred brothels.

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(Left) Cibali tobacco factory

(Above) Factory workers

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(Bottom left) Famous American cigarette brand Ateshian used the following slogan in its advertisements: 'The cigarret smoked by His Imperial Majesty Abdul Hamid II, Sultan of Turkey'.

(Left) A cigarette advertisement from the Abdul Hamid II era

(Bottom) Cigarette paper from Ottoman times

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In later Ottoman years, hookah use also increased just like cigarettes.

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A French magazine that closely followed all the military coups that took place in the Ottoman Empire. The source of the coup-related news in Europe was always the British deep state.

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Hüseyin Avni Pasha, who made the plans for Sultan Abdülaziz's assassination during the coup of 1876, and the Ottoman fleet that turned its cannons towards the Palace upon his orders

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The first modern coup in Turkish history is usually considered the one that saw the dethronement of Sultan Abdülaziz in 1876. During the coup, military school students were used, which would be a pattern throughout the Republican history. 10 days after the coup, Sultan Abdülaziz was martyred, which was made to look like a suicide.

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Abdülaziz was a strong sultan who would never bow down to the British deep state. This is why the British deep state used some sycophants within the Ottoman state institutions to depose and martyr the Sultan. The bloody outfit of Sultan Abdülaziz is still kept in Topkapı Palace.

(Left) Sultan Abdülaziz, a couple of days before he was martyred

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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Serbia


Montenegro

Romania


Bulgaria

Teselia


Tunisia

Crete


Cyprus

Kars


Ardahan

Batum


Egypt

Kuwait


Abyssinia

Somalia


ABDULAZIZ

1861-1876

The world’s fourth biggest army

The world’s third biggest fleet

12 Million sq. km

64 Million

ABDUL HAMID II

1876-1909

Army collapsed spiritually due to Darwinism

The fleet perished in 20 years

1,6 Million sq. km lost

23 Million

FLEET

LAND

POPULATION

DARWINIST EDUCATION

Strongly opposed to Darwinism

Darwinist publications not allowed but banned

Hundreds of thousands of Darwinist books distributed everywhere by ships and trains

The Ottoman Empire lost 1,592,896 sq. km of territory during the reign of Abdul Hamid II. This is twice the current size of modern Turkey.

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As a result of the Janissary revolt in 1808, Selim III was deposed. It was the Mahmut Raif Pasha, also known as the 'British' Mahmut Raif Pasha, who provoked the rebellion.

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(Top) Rioters captured after the 31 March Incident

(Bottom) The Movement Army in Taksim

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(Top) January 23, 1913. People gathered in front of the main Sublime Porte building after the news of the coup came out.

(Bottom) Nazım Pasha, the Minister of the Navy, who was martyred during the coup

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The British deep state has always been the secret power behind all the coups that took place in the Ottoman Empire.

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(Top) The Ottoman Navy left to rot in the Golden Horn.

(Bottom) Submarines became useless after they were withdrawn to the Golden Horn and left to rot there. As a result, the Ottoman Empire had to join WWI without a single submarine.

(Right) The ironclad Mesudiye became a part of the Ottoman Navy during the reign of Sultan Abdülaziz. However, it was left to rot during the reign of Abdul Hamid II.

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British archeologist/spy Gertrude Bell at a picnic with Emir Faisal. In a couple of years, Gertrude would break Iraq away from the Ottoman Empire and Faisal would be its king.

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(Top) From left to right, Wyndham Deedes, Emir Abdullah, Herbert Samuel, Gertrude Bell

(Left) T. E. Lawrence hand in hand with Emir Abdullah

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The Cairo Conference held secretly in 1921, with Winston Churchill as the chairman. The picture shows spies Bell and Lawrence.

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Mediterranean

Lebanon


Syria

Golan Heights

Iraq

Jordan River

West Bank

Gaza Strip

Dead Sea

AMMAN


Israel

Egypt


Saudi Arabia

The concave section in the Jordan-Saudi Arabia border, pointing towards Amman, is called Winston's Hiccup.

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Ármin Vámbéry became a spy for the British deep state after he gained the trust of Abdul Hamid II and earned a residence in the Palace.

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General Sebastiani and French officers as they are showing Sultan Selim and senior officers defense plans for Istanbul.

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Midhat Pasha, the Grand Vizier

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'English' Said Pasha

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Abdullah Cevdet

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Kamil Pasha

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Kamil Pasha, known as English Kamil, is visiting the King of the UK George V and Queen Mary before they travel to India.

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Damad Ferid Pasha

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk warned pro-British Damad Ferid on many occasions and made it clear that British mandate would not be accepted.

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A poster of the Young Turks, who were used by the British deep state.

A picture from the 1st Young Turks Congress held in Paris.

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(Right) Dervish Vahdeti

(Top) The 31 March Movement Army

(Left) People gathered in front of the Palace during the 31 March Incident

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The 31 March Incident was co-planned by Dervish Vahdeti and the British deep state.

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(Top) The Society of the Friends of England– 1919, Istanbul Founders and Executives: Memduh Pasha, Former Minister of Internal Affairs, Şehremini Cemil Pasha, Ahmet Zülüfkül Pasha, Ali Rüştü Efendi

(Right) Membership card for the Society of the Friends of England

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Boris Johnson, the incumbent UK Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, is the great-grandson of Ali Kemal.

(Bottom) Ali Kemal and his Anglo-Swiss wife Winifred Brun

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A painting that depicts Greeks' revolt against the Ottomans. (1820)

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A serene scene from the Ottoman Empire when there were no riots.

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(Left) The homosexual British poet Lord Byron took it upon himself to lead the Greek troops during the Greek insurgency.

(Below) A painting that depicts the assault of Greek soldiers on the common Ottoman people

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Bulgarian rebels in the Ottoman Empire in 1800s. The banner in the back represents the Bulgarian rebels.

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The gunboat SMS Panther that the Germans sent to Agadir, causing a crisis

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(Above) The Strait of Gibraltar by the end of the 1800s

(Left) A castle with a British flag on Gibraltar

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Arab riots were one of the driving forces behind the fall of the Ottoman Empire.

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Occupation of Egypt by the British in 1882

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Egypt after it was invaded by Britain in 1882.

The pictures below show Europeans drinking wine out of historical artifacts.

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The people of the Ottoman Empire were strong and coated with patriotic and spiritual values. Knowing this, the British deep state played an insidious game and made the Ottomans suffer a moral decline by utilizing Darwinist propaganda.

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An example of black propaganda against the Ottoman Empire. Pictures showing the Ottoman flag trampled under feet after the Balkan War.

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(Top) Edward Augustus Freeman

(Bottom) Freeman's student Arthur Evans

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Charles Dickens

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Cardinal Newman

Charles Darwin

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Edwin Pears

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William John Hamilton's Researches in Asia Minor, Pontus, and Armenia

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Stratford Canning

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Richard Cobden

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The insidious plans of the British deep state have never been successful on the Anatolian soil. The number of Muslims on this soil has increased day by day, the sound of the call for prayer has never ceased; and it never will.

Hagia Sophia Mosque in 1854

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Winston Churchill was a member of the British deep state and had a clear stance against Islam. Churchill is pictured with Joseph Stalin and Harry Truman.

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Lord Cromer

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Istanbul in 1900s

(Above) Tophane Mosque

(Bottom) Valide Sultan Mosque

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Augustus Charles Hobart-Hampden

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Arnold Burrowes Kemball

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Valentine Baker

Hugh Pigot Williams

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Baldwin Walker

Felix Woods

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A Greek woman from Istanbul in 1902

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(Top and middle) Heroic Turkish people carrying supplies to the battlefield

(Bottom) Eastern Front during the Turkish War of Independence

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Turkish War of Independence, under Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's leadership, was an epic story of heroism that unfolded before the eyes of the world.

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Turkish heroes at the War of Independence are praying at the front.

God gave a glorious victory to this pious army.

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TURKEY


ARMENIA

AZERBAIJAN

IRAN

SYRIA


IRAQ

The British deep state has always had its eyes on Turkish lands and carried out many sinister plots to tear away Southeastern Anatolia in particular. However, they failed to appreciate the bravery of the Turkish nation that fought an epic fight like the Turkish War of Independence. We will never allow a Stalinist Kurdistan to happen.

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The Ottoman Empire was a safe haven for various ethnic groups like Turks, Kurds, Circassians, Arabs among others for 600 years. These communities harmoniously co-existed for centuries.

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(Left) An affluent Ottoman Armenian lady

(Bottom) An Armenian football team in Istanbul

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For centuries, Armenians and Turks lived together in harmony and peace. They are two fraternal peoples of these lands.

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A Muslim scholar is seen together with Patriarchs of Cyprus and Armenians in the 19th century. The British deep state sought to disrupt this union.

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Guns the Armenian gangs used. These gangs were provoked by the British deep state into rebelling against the Ottoman Empire.

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A Cyprus coin from 1890 with Queen Victoria's picture on it

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Armenians of Tomarza, Kayseri, as they are being trained at Cyprus, Monagra Armenian Legion Camp

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Armenians in Cyprus (1878)

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A view from Cyprus in 1800s

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This magnificent Neo-Baroque mosque sits at Ortaköy, Istanbul. It was commissioned by Sultan Abdulmejid and was designed by Armenian architect Nigoğos Balyan in 1853.

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Armenians and Turks lived peacefully side by side for centuries.

(Bottom) Kayseri Talas Armenian Pre-school – June 15, 1911

(Top) Ottoman Armenians engaged in art and craft.

(Left) An Armenian school training artists

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Surp Boğos Armenian Catholic Church opened during the Ottoman Empire still exists and welcomes our Armenian brothers and sisters even today.

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Some of our Armenian brothers, with whom we have lived peacefully together for centuries, participated in the riots against the Ottoman Empire upon the sedition of the British deep state.

(Left) A painting in a French magazine depicting the Armenian riot in the Ottoman Empire

(Right) An Armenian Church built in the Ottoman era in Izmir (1915)

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PROPAGANDA PAINTINGS THAT DO NOT REFLECT THE TRUTH

The British deep state as a method of black propaganda made sure that the European media published provocative paintings suggesting that the Ottomans were persecuting the Armenians.

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It is important not to confuse the Armenian gangs that rebelled against the Ottoman Empire with our Armenian brothers and sisters who were a part of the Empire. The gangs usually consisted of thugs that lived in mountainous areas and that fell for the lies of the British deep state.

(Below) Armenians living in Yeşilköy during the Ottoman era

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(Top) Armenian rebels

(Left) A view of Zeitun where the Armenian riot took place

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Armenian rebels

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Armenian scouts leading the way to the Russian army in the Caucasus front. Armenian gangs joined the Russians and fought against the Ottoman army.

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A picture that proves how Armenian gangs allied with the Russians to fight against the Ottoman Empire during WWI. Following their promise, Armenian gangs fought with the Russians during the Battle of Sarikamish.

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Armenian gangs that joined the Bulgarian army during the Balkan War under the leadership of Antranik Ozanyan.

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Garabet Amira Balyan, an Ottoman Armenian, was one of the Palace Architects during the reign of Sultan Abdulmejid I. His most important work is the Dolmabahçe Palace, which he built with his son Nigoğos Balyan.

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Armenians are our brothers and sisters and with their artistic talents, made great contributions to the Ottoman economy for years.

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(To the side) The Ottoman theater cadre directed by Armenian Mardiros Minakyan during the Ottoman era

(Below) Armenian artisans

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Mark Lambert Bristol

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Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

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The British deep state for the past two hundred years has been inciting and fueling conflicts and clashes in the Islamic world by means nationalism, tribalism or sectarianism. It is time that the Islamic world sees through the plot and unites and supports peace to foil the games.

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BEFORE

The effects of the British deep state's plan for the Middle East, i.e. 'divide and destroy', is palpable in Aleppo, as much as it is in many parts of Syria.

AFTER

BEFORE


AFTER

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A scene from the Vietnam War. An estimated 17% of Vietnam's population lost their lives during the war.

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While the massacre of the Jews continued in the concentration camps of Germany, the public was being fed a completely different image. The main factor behind Hitler's sudden rise in Germany was the relentless misleading propaganda.

The media propaganda was used in full force in Hitler's Germany during WWII. The propaganda posters were painting a completely different picture than what was really going on.

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The Vietnam War, which left three million people dead and another 300,000 people missing in its wake, witnessed the intense use of social engineering. Today, similar methods are used in the Middle East in the 'war on terror' to justify the attacks.

WAR ON TERROR

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The Report of the Iraq Inquiry presented by Sir John Chilcot was in a way a report of admissions that clearly showed that there had been no reason for the invasion of Iraq.

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PROPAGANDA POSTERS THAT DO NOT REFLECT THE TRUTH

The British deep state, in the process of dismembering the Ottoman lands, resorted to propaganda on a frequent basis. Black propaganda caricatures, intended to depict Muslims as supposedly savage and barbaric, was a commonly employed method.

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Lord Salisbury

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As anti-Turk propaganda raged on in the West, different ethnicities were living together in peace under Ottoman rule.

(Above) A painting of festival celebrations where people from different faiths were spending time together in the Ottoman Empire.

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A PROPAGANDA POSTER THAT DOES NOT REFLECT THE TRUTH

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Albert Sorel

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Frederick Gustavus Burnaby

Rudyard Kipling's poem "The White Man's Burden", published in The New York Sun on February 10, 1899, implied that John Bull –the symbol of Britain– and Uncle Sam –the symbol of the USA– ruled the non-white peoples of the Earth.

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The British deep state's influence on the US was referred to as the Great Rapprochement. There were propaganda posters everywhere, in which John Bull and Uncle Sam personifications- symbolizing the UK and the US respectively - were joining forces.

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Wellington House was not only carrying out anti-Turkish black propaganda, it was also making sure that the British people got all the war news after they were heavily censored and presented in a highly-biased manner. There were many calls to arms, but no one knew what was really happening at the front.

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The propaganda book The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire authored by Arnold J. Toynbee (top) together with James Bryce (bottom), the British historian and statesman. Toynbee later felt remorse for the false allegations he included in the book.

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The propaganda book Martyred Armenia supposedly written by Faiz El-Ghusein. However, historians found no record in Ottoman sources of a person with this name that held an official position in the Ottoman Empire.

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(Top right) An Ottoman Armenian family in 1906

(Top left) Vahram Papazyan, a successful Ottoman Armenian athlete who won many medals

(To the side) The Armenian football club, founded in 1908, was one of the first football clubs of the Ottoman Empire. The photo was taken in 1911.

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Alemdar and Sabah newspapers, which desire British mandate [in Turkey], are condemned

Various newspapers in the Ottoman Empire exposed and condemned the propagandists who worked to make people accept British mandate.

The sole salvation is supposedly the British mandate!

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(Top) Grand Vizier Mehmed Emin Ali Pasha, who enforced the Imperial Reform Edict of 1856. With the Edict of Reform in effect, non-Muslim constituents in the Ottoman Empire obtained the same rights as Muslim constituents. Following the edict, Armenians were assigned to the highest positions in the administration, became Ministers and Parliament Members and represented the Turkish people.

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We are proud to have had Armenian statesmen and pashas.

(Left) Armenian members of the Ottoman Parliament

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Wellington House propaganda managed to influence some Indian and Arab subjects of the Ottoman Empire. As a result, some Indians joined the fight on the side of the British.

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