Monday, April 16, 2007


It seems to have become a reflexive action whenever there is a military engagement: accuse them of genocide. PBS has an article which claims that "using the definitions of both Lemkin and the Convention, and placing them within the context of the larger category of crime against humanity in general, there have really only been three genuine examples of genocide during the course of the twentieth century: that of the Armenians by the Young Turks in 1915, that of the Jews and Gypsies by the Nazis and, in 1994, that of the Tutsis by the Hutu racists."


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