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Die Zwangsumsiedlung der Armenier, 1915 bis 1917 / Kemal Çiçek
Auteur:Çiçek, Kemal Edition:
2. Aufl.. Editeur:
Pfungstadt : Manzara
370 p. : ill.
- Arméniens Note:
Trad. de : Ermenilerin zorunlu göçü
9783939795070 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb436335490 (URN) No RERO:
Titre: Osmanlı Ermenilerinin 1915’teki Tehciri: Bir Değerlendirme Auteur:Çiçek, Kemal Sujet:History ; Armenians ; Ottoman Empire ; Armenian Question ; Forcible Migrations Description:
This article criticizes the subjective approches adopted by the historians in dealing with the events of 1915 and also the lack of consistency in the interpretations of the conflict between the Muslims and the Armenians. The author makes evaluations about the way the subject is handled in the light of archival documents. The evaluations are based on the closing of the Armenian Committees on 24 April 1915, the arrests of the leading political figures and also about how these events are handled both by the Turkish and Armenian historians. In his assessments of the arrests of April 24, 1915 the authors argues that the state had only aimed at taking under control the activities of the revolutionaries, and the assertions that the arrests of these political figures was a preparation for the process to exterminate the Armenians is groundless. It is also argued in this article that the decision of relocations has been taken as a legal security measure and that the Armenian uprisings were...
Fait partie de:
Gazi Akademik Bakış, 2010, Issue 6, pp.1-14
Titre: Zimmis (non-Muslims) of Cyprus in the Sharia court : 1110/39 A.H. / 1698-1726 A.D Auteur:Cicek, Kemal Editeur:
University of Birmingham
Based on the records of the proceedings of the sharia court ($er'iye sicilleri)this study contributes to the understanding of the legal status of the non-Muslims (zimmis) in Ottoman Cyprus at the beginning of the eighteenth century. Having introduced the sources and determined their limitations, which defined the topic under discussion, the sicils are studied for their diplomatic properties. Then, a brief evaluation of the administrative and political circumstances under which the zimmi and Muslim population of the island lived is made. An analysis of nearly 2,000 recorded cases indicates that the Church of Cyprus was not as influential in the administration of the island in general in this period as has sometimes been thought. Its role was confined to the distribution of non-Muslims' tax burden and gathering these taxes and dues, and representation of the zimmis in official matters. Furthermore, the jurisdiction of the Church appears to have been less significant than was anticipated...