Levi Asher • September 13th, 2005
Renowned Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk is in trouble with his government for speaking out about Turkish war crimes against its Armenian population nearly a hundred years ago.
Turkey is hardly the only nation that has ever been held accountable for genocide, but where other nations have convicted their war criminals in court, Turkey is looking instead to convict a major author for saying that war crimes took place. A worldwide protest is called for, and this page
is a good start.
One wonders: even if the Turkish authorities manage to shut Pamuk up ... what are they going to do about all these noisy Armenians