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His Discussion Answer - 2. To begin with, Pasha describes...

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2. To begin with, Pasha describes that he does not mean to add any information to the already heated debate of the deportation; he only wishes to eliminate the exaggeration placed on this (Overfield 89). He begins by telling that there were plenty of good reasons as in why the Armenians were deported. The fact that there were units of Armenians who were members of bandit groups who were armed intending to cause trouble in the area. These groups of bandits spread terror over the area by burning villages and killing innocent people no matter who they were (Overfield 90). The Armenians were the major source of supply for these bandits and gave them anything they needed to continue on their path of terror. The Armenian peasants even took in these bandits into churches to give aid, which later was found only to be places to supply them with ammunition (Overfield 90). Pasha describes that the deportation of the Armenians were deported as part of a preventative act to help keep the area safe. By deporting these people it
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