To understand the case of the Armenian genocide, we must first understand that it is a crime against humanity, it is considered that any of the following acts whencommitted as part of a widespread or systematic attack against any civilian population, for example: Murder, extermination ; Slavery Deportation or forcible transfer of population, imprisonment or othersevere deprivation of physical liberty in violation of fundamental rules of international law, torture, persecution against any identifiable group or collectivity on political, racial political, racial,national, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender, or others, enforced disappearance, serious injury to body or mental or physical health. According to Article 7 of the Statute of the InternationalCriminal Court.
Clarified this point, we can say that during the Armenian genocide, human rights were violated and the guarantees of civilians in the east, which is considered the first genocide of thetwentieth century, otherwise known as the first Holocaust.
The Armenian genocide, sometimes called the Armenian Holocaust, was the forced deportation and masacre1 of an undetermined number of civilianArmenians, calculated at about the death of between one million and a half and two million people in the Ottoman Empire from 1915 to 1917 during the First World War.
On April 24, 1915, the worldcelebrates this date as the beginning of the first genocide of the twentieth century, led by Talaat Pasha, the Ottoman Turk leader, who in a speech said "kill every woman, child and man without Armenian anycontemplation. "
It all started when the Ottoman authorities arrested a group of Armenian leaders in Istanbul, after civilians were driven from their homes and forced to walk hundreds of milesthrough the desert of what is now Syria, deprived of food and water. The massacres did not respect age or sex of the victims.
The first reason why the Armenian genocide occurs is because the Armenians...