The Ottoman Empire may long been dead, but the discrimination and oppression it inflicted continues..

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Ottoman Empire

In Turkey, the rights all Turkish citizens are treated equal is governed by a constitution founded on secular principles that Turkey established in 1923. 

Created by a man named Mustafa Kemal who is referred to as simply “Ataturk.”

Ataturk went to great lengths to reform his nation who were basically the puked out Turkish remains of the Ottoman Empire.

So  how come Turkey is constantly taking steps to make sure one day non-Muslims will have the same rights as Muslims?

It is kind of depressing that in the year 2017 there are still  people who are facing huge amounts of discrimination in their country.

During the Ottoman era not many Turks at the time believed in concepts like equality,  the best some Turks could muster was not making their superiority over Armenians  as well as all non-Muslims an issue, while other Turks made it a point to never let them forget…

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