Qaradawi backs Turkey over 1915 'vicious claims'

May 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;5/4/2015, p41
The article reports on the support extended by Muslim scholar Youssef al-Qaradawi to Turkey over some countries' pressuring Turkey to take responsibility for the alleged Armenian genocide in 1915.


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