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[–] Kippering 1 points 27 points (+28|-1) ago 

Aurora Mardiganian, a survivor of the Armenian genocide of 1915–1923, recalled sixteen young Armenian girls being "crucified" by their Ottoman tormentors. The film Auction of Souls (1919), which was based on her book Ravished Armenia, showed the victims nailed to crosses. However, almost 70 years later Mardiganian revealed to film historian Anthony Slide that the scene was inaccurate. She described what was actually an impalement. She stated that "The Turks didn't make their crosses like that. The Turks made little pointed crosses. They took the clothes off the girls. They made them bend down, and after raping them, they made them sit on the pointed wood, through the vagina. That's the way they killed – the Turks. (((Americans))) have made it a more civilized way. They can't show such terrible things."

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[–] BumpMeansCoke 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago 

And they have the nerve to demand "tolerance" in Western nations.

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[–] cheerupbucko 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

And the Young Turks have the audacity to sit and lecture anybody while denying this. Astounding.