Another 'journey of self-discovery' set in an exotic locale

  • Article by: EMILY CARTER , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 24, 2010 - 1:56 PM

A widowed teacher visits Turkey to get over her grief.

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bradley2010Jul. 26, 1012:18 PM

Turkish culture and heritage are perhaps the most misunderstood and/or victimized targets of Western bias. Case in point: "... Yvonne finds references to what most people would know is the Armenian genocide puzzling and unpleasant..." Genocide is a crime that must be resolved at a competent tribunal after due process. Such has never taken place. There is no verdict, other than Armenian political claims, already discredited by a formidable array of historians and historical evidence. Thus, we are faced with a situation where the concept of "...what most people would know..." replaces due process...

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