Servants of Sharia behind World War I
No matter how much you try to blink/whitewash history, the fact remains that islam is the most evil ideology the planet has seen so far
Apart from its basic racist approval of slavery (islam's main source of finance before oil) the evil ideology called islam stands on two basic legs:
1 Rapetivism - sex for jihadist thugs and Sharia reproduction of as many new muslims as possible aided by a one way muslim male muslimhood determination.
2 Parasitism - jihad pillaging/booty and a mafia like system of extortion etc. Pay islam to protect yourself from islam!
In the civilized world we still call such an ideology a violation of Human Rights!
Erdogan (1994): 'I am a servant of sharia'!Islamofascism supporting BBC pushed forward an islam supporting "researcher" who blames Erdogan's islamofascism on EU's criticism of Turkey's Human Rights violations. But the fact remains that Erdogan has always been an islamofascist, no matter how much willful thinkers try to "moderate" him. And the fact remains that islam/Sharia will always not only blame but also criminalize Human Rights.
BBC's servant of Sharia
Here some other servants of Sharia. The one in the middle (Mishal Husain) employed by BBC and the two others were quite possibly employed by MI5 or MI6.
Muhamed Mehmedbasic would have been the one that started World War I had he not miserably failed
Muhamed Mehmedbasic, an Ottoman muslim, was first in line to murder Franz Ferdinand 1914. However, when he failed then Gavrilo Princip finished the Archduke.
All in all they were at least six terrorists who lined the route.
The islamofascist Ottoman Slave Empire (IOSE) entered World War I on the side of the Central Powers (mainly Germans) and was ultimately defeated. During the war, the empire's Armenians were deported and ultimately an estimated 1,500,000 were exterminated during the Armenian Genocide
Large-scale massacres committed by muslims were also committed against the empire's other minority groups such as the Greeks and Assyrians.
The muslims mass slaughtered the Assyrian population of the Islamofascist Ottoman Slave Empire (IOSI) during the 1890s and the First World War, in conjunction with the Armenian and Greek genocides.
The Assyrian civilian population of upper Mesopotamia (the Tur Abdin region, the Hakkâri, Van, and Siirt provinces of present-day southeastern Turkey, and the Urmia region of northwestern Iran) was forcibly relocated and massacred by the Muslim Ottoman (Turkish) army, together with other armed and allied Muslim peoples, including Kurds, Chechens and Circassians, between 1914 and 1920, with further attacks on unarmed fleeing civilians conducted by local Arab militias.
Estimates on the overall death toll have varied. Providing detailed statistics of the various estimates of the Churches' population after the genocide, David Gaunt accepts the figure of 275,000 deaths as reported at the Treaty of Lausanne and ventures that the death toll would be around 300,000 because of uncounted Assyrian-inhabited areas, leading to the elimination of half of the Assyrian nation.
The Assyrian genocide took place in the same context as the Armenian and Pontic Greek genocides. In these events, close to three million Christians of Syriac, Armenian, or Greek Orthodox denomination were murdered by the Young Turks regime.
In 2007, the International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) reached a consensus that "the Ottoman campaign against Christian minorities of the Empire between 1914 and 1923 constituted a genocide against Armenians, Assyrians, and Pontian and Anatolian Greeks. The IAGS referred to the work of Gaunt and Travis in passing this resolution. Gregory Stanton, the President of the IAGS in 2007–2008 and the founder of Genocide Watch, endorsed the "repudiation by the world's leading genocide scholars of the Turkish government's ninety-year denial of the Ottoman Empire's genocides against its Christian populations, including Assyrians, Greeks, and Armenians."
The Ottoman Empire began massacring Assyrians alredy long before WWI in the nineteenth century, a time of friendly relations between the Ottomans and the British, who were defending the Ottomans from the Russian Empire's efforts to include under its protection the communities of Ottoman Orthodox Christians.
However, always remember what Klevius has always emphasized, that the WWI was the result of the islamic slave imperium decaying due to the West's abolishment of slavery in the early 19th century.