World History

Which explains why Ottoman leaders began a policy of deportation and extermination of the armenians within their empire?
a. they argued that Armenians were spreading anti-turk propaganda among the ottoman population
b. they claimed that armenians were trying to establish their own state withing the ottoman empire
c. they asserted that Armenians were trying to forcibly convert turks to islam
d. they asserted that armenians were supporting russia, an ottoman enemy in world war 1
C?

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  1. Is that really what your text says?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. D is a possible answer. But I suspect that a and b also have some truth.

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    Ms. Sue
  3. Nope. You've had two guesses. You're on your own now. Read your text. It might just have the answer.

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  4. I don't want to give you a "bum steer" here. There is truth in D and in B. I can't know which your teacher or algorithm that corrects your answers will consider correct. C is completely wrong. A seems far-fetched, but rumors of anti-Turk propaganda may have been a factor.

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  5. I took the test the answer is D

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  6. reed you mother your a sly dog

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  7. M is correct it is in fact D

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  8. its not D because it was incorrect on test

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  9. D is the wrong answer.

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  10. B and D are wrong answers, options are A and C.

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  11. soo, anyone got the answer?

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  12. THE ANSWER IS They feared that Armenians were supporting Russia, an Ottoman enemy in World War I.

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