Turks irked as Lebanon’s Aoun says Ottoman occupation was marked by repression and injustice

Dhimmis learn the lesson quickly: if you complain about your lot, it will go even worse for you. Islam mandates death for non-Muslim subjects of the Islamic state who mention “something impermissible about Allah, the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace), or Islam” (‘Umdat al-Salik, o11.10), and such laws are based upon passages in the Hadith and Sira in which Muhammad orders the murders of people who have insulted him. And so the Turks are enraged as Michel Aoun goes off the reservation.

“Tension between Lebanon and Turkey after Aoun statements,” ANSAmed,

BEIRUT – Diplomatic tension has risen between Turkey and Lebanon after Lebanese president Michel Aoun described the centuries during which his country was under the Ottoman Empire in extremely negative terms.

Lebanese media on Friday highlighted the summoning of the Lebanese ambassador by the Turkish foreign ministry and the Turkish ambassador by the Lebanese foreign minister to request clarification and express concerns. Aoun had said the four centuries of Ottoman presence in the territory was marked by repression and injustice. After his statements, made during the celebrations for the centenary of the birth of modern Lebanon (1920-2020), Turkey said that the accusations were baseless….

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