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Before the reconquest. Thrace had been a no-man’s-land and local Turks and Turkish prisoners used the opportunity to arm themselves. 33 34 Chapter 3 In Thrace, the Bulgarians and Turks exterminated each other amid mu tual sacrilege. Bulgarians desecrated mosques by spreading dung on the floor, used them as ammunition depots, tore up copies of the Qur’an, razed mosques and schools to the ground, destroyed cemeteries, and so forth. 34 One account states that in HasKeui, “the men were shut up in the church .
The true culprits are those who mislead public opinion and take advantage o f the people’s ignorance to raise disquieting rumors and sound the alarm bell, inciting their country and consequently other countries Balkan Wars 1912-1913 29 into enmity. 13 While the commission does not use the word genocide, the ethnic cleans ing, war crimes, and crimes against humanity all contain characteristics of genocide in that the actions aim at permanently removing entire ethnic and ethnoreligious groups from areas that the governing political and military elites of the participating countries intended to claim as their own.
21 There are only two numerically large religions in the southeastern part of the Balkans: Christian Orthodoxy and Islam. The Bulgarians, Greeks, Mon tenegrins, Romanians, and Serbs are all Orthodox, while the Turks, most of the Albanians, some of the Bulgarians and Macedonians, and the Serbs of the Sandzak in Novi Pazar are Muslim. , converting and assimilating) former Christian populations, the victorious Balkan allies thought they were entirely justified in reconverting these Muslims back to Christianity by persuasion or by force.
Balkan Genocides by Paul Mojzes