The Prime Minister of Turkey is promising mass deportations of Armenian Christians. Isn't that how the last Armenian genocide began?
As if the jihad slaughter against millions of Armenian Christians wasn't bad enough, if you speak of it the Islamic Turkey regime promises another one.
The more things change, the more the jihad stays the same. Almost a hundred years have passed since the wholesale slaughter of Christians by jihad, but do not say it. It defames Islam!
Has Obama condemned this? He is too busy demanding that Jerusalem be ethnically cleansed of the Jewish people.
Read my previous coverage of this issue: Armenian Genocide.
Turkey threatens to expel 100,000 Armenians BBC hat tip Rut
Turkey's prime minister has threatened to deport 100,000 Armenian migrants, amid renewed tensions over Turkish mass killings of Armenians in World War I.
Recent resolutions in the US and Sweden have called the killings "genocide".
Recep Tayyip Erdogan told the BBC that of 170,000 Armenians living in Turkey "70,000 are Turkish citizens".
"We are turning a blind eye to the remaining 100,000... Tomorrow, I may tell these 100,000 to go back to their country, if it becomes necessary."
Thousands of Armenians, many of them women, work illegally in Turkey. Most do low-skilled jobs such as cleaning.
Mr Erdogan was speaking in an interview with the BBC's Turkish Service, in which he was asked about the recent votes by lawmakers in the US and Sweden.
The resolutions, recognising the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks as "genocide", were passed narrowly, and in both cases Turkey reacted angrily.
Mr Erdogan said the resolutions "harm the Armenian people as well... and things become deadlocked".
Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisian was quoted as telling parliament on Wednesday that Mr Erdogan's comments only reminded Armenians of the mass killings.
"These kinds of political statements do not help to improve relations between our two states," he said.
"When the Turkish prime minister allows himself to make such statements it immediately for us brings up memories of the events of 1915."