ISTANBUL — Turkish Revenge Brigade, a Turkish fascist group, sent a letter to the Evrensel newspaper calling on Armenians, Kurds and some Turkish activists to leave the country by August 15, otherwise they will take actions.
In an open letter Turkish fascists voiced threats against Evrensel and Agos newspapers’ staff, Baskin Oran who is one of the initiators of “Forgive Us, Armenians” campaign, Kurdish MP Sebahat Tuncel, Ahmet Turk and Mayor of Deyarbakir Oman Baydemir.
The letter says Armenian Diaspora and its advocates should leave Turkey.
Editor of Evrensel newspaper Fatih Polat issued a statement saying Premier Erdogan’s party will be responsible for the consequences.
Turkish activist Baskin Oran has also recently received threats from Turkish Revenge Brigade. It was found out that the letter was sent by a policeman serving at the Istanbul police department.

2 comments
  1. Such a group does not exist Somebody trying to make a trick to create chaos.
    Probably USA or EU origined.Kurdish movement and Armenian attempts are supported by those sources.They have better look at their economic problems instead of trying to convince us such lies.

  2. I wonder whether the Nationalist Turks know that even their most important symbol, the Turkish flag, is a Byzantine Flag? The Mongol shown with the wild animal is reminiscent of the Turks true nature, i.e. nomadic people who took over the lands of other nations and ended up murdering these nations in order to hold on to the stolen lands and other people’s possessions. Allah must deem these actions as “hallal” since no Turkish government to date seems to be regretful of its past and continuing actions.

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