Towards the Prime Minister (Prothipourgon) of Greece. The President of the Muslim Elders of Irakliou asks the protection of the Muslim Community of Irakliou. Two men, Mehmet Mouratakis and Osman Agakakis were murdered.
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Title
Towards the Prime Minister (Prothipourgon) of Greece. The President of the Muslim Elders of Irakliou asks the protection of the Muslim Community of Irakliou. Two men, Mehmet Mouratakis and Osman Agakakis were murdered.
Description
There was also shooting at the Muslim Cemetery. the Muslim community is concerned that they might have to move from the suburbs to the city of Iraklio in order to be protected
Note
The first had abandoned his seven children and pregnant wife, the latter his orphan children and parents. the president expreses the belief that the reason for their murder was racism.
Issue Date
1913-04-22
1913-04-25
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/62251
Collections
Type
Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
4
Identifier
ACIGVD00005
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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