Turks Gather in Thessaloniki to Commemorate Kemal Ataturk’s Death



kemalThousands of people have traveled from Turkey to the city of Thessaloniki in Northern Greece to commemorate the 77th anniversary of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk‘s death, in his childhood home.

Kemal Ataturk, who is considered the father of the modern Turkish nation, grew up in Thessaloniki after being born there in 1881 as Mustafa Kemal. Kemal died on November 10 1938 in Turkey from liver cirrhosis.

Greek media report that 3,000 people have made the trip from Turkey to Thessaloniki since Friday, November 6 in order to visit Ataturk’s house, which later became a museum in his honor. Two minutes of silence were held on Tuesday morning by those visiting and surrounding the house.

Among those who made the trip to Thessaloniki are representatives from 140 businesses from the Turkish city of Smirni as well as students from ten different Turkish schools.

 


9 COMMENTS

  1. This turk murdered over 3 million Christians in Anatolia and we let this happen in our country? Burn the house down!!!

  2. This turk murdered over 3 million Christians in Anatolia and we let this happen in our country? Burn the house down!!!

  3. Precisely! Dönmehs are Crypto-Jews. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, like most other leading Dönmeh Young Turks, has been described by ISRAELI AUTHORS as a Crypto-Jew. (Google the New York Sun article: “Ataturk’s Turkey Overturned”)

    The Chief financier of the Young Turk militia was the Jew Alexander Parvus born Israel Lazarevich Gelfand. Check out the article: “Why is Australia raising tribute monuments to the ANZAC killer Ataturk?”

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