Adana Massacres & Krikor Zohrab

Following the Adana Massacres of the Armenians in 1909, Krikor Zohrab stated at the Armenian National Assembly: “You know compatriots that the famed revolution of the Ottoman Constitution is still far from accomplishing its entire work. Indeed that circumstance where the Muslim element, full of hatred resumed their criminal oppression is a sign that the Turk has not matured enough for constitutional order.”

Following the Adana Massacres of the Armenians in 1909, Krikor Zohrab stated at the Armenian National Assembly: “You know compatriots that the famed revolution of the Ottoman Constitution is still far from accomplishing its entire work. Indeed that circumstance where the Muslim element, full of hatred resumed their criminal oppression is a sign that the Turk has not matured enough for constitutional order.”

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