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TURKS AND ARABS.

JEHAD WON'T WORKLONDON, January 11. Tho 'Daily Mail's' Cairo correspondent ftates that while Zeke Pasha recently declared r.t Damages that a slaughter of Christians would follow any bombardment of the coast, the Sheiks of" Damascus protested that- the present is nut a. holy war., adding : " We are. allied with Christian? azainst Ciiristiansi"

A FIT ALLIANCE. ] GERMAN "AND TURK. J MASSACRE THEIR WEAPON. | LONDON. January 11. ! The- 'Daily Telegraphs' Athens corre-j epondont says that the German Andvis.-=a- ! <lor at Constantinople warned the Minister j of .a Balkan State thiit- m l ' lo event of tho Allies' fWt forcing the Dardanelles the Turks will massae.ro the. Christian population. R FMANTA AWAITS THE SPRING. PARIS, January 11. M. Diatrtamlv. a Kuni.iniau deputy, int \ -wed here, said : " Rumanian inter- \ t in is a settled matter. It will occur e end of February at, the ki.U'St."

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TURKS AND ARABS., Evening Star, Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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TURKS AND ARABS. Evening Star, Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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