The fate of Armenians in 1915 remains taboo in Turkey, but some intellectuals are taking action.
By Esra Özyürek
January 5, 2009
Los Angeles Times
Two hundred Turkish intellectuals last month launched an Internet signature campaign for an apology to Armenians for the 1915 massacres. "My conscience does not accept the insensitivity showed to and the denial of the Great Catastrophe that the Armenians were subjected to in 1915," the brief statement reads. "I reject this injustice and for my share, I empathize with the feelings and pain of my Armenian brothers and sisters. I apologize to them."
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