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Ng series of years to circumvent and then trample upon its unfortunate victimsThe time is fast approaching when the imperative claims of Christianity and humanity must and ought to absorb all others in the muchvexed Eastern uestion I would fain hope that this present work may induce some to take this point of view when contemplating England's present or anticipated action in the political affairs of the Ottoman empireManly well written with considerable graphic power The AthenaeumColonel Charles Henry Churchill also known as Churchill Bey was a British army officer and diplomat He was a British consul in Ottoman Syria and he created the first political plan for Zionism and the creation of the state of Israel in the region of Ottoman PalestineIn Churchills book The Druzes and the Maronites under the Turkish Rule from to was published covering his personal experiences witnessingthe sectarian violence and attrocities committed by the Druze against the Marionite Christians Churchill lays blame at the feet of the Moslem Turkish government for conspiring to murder its own subjects after having deliberately disarmed themThese tribes had lived on perfectly amicable terms in the mountain for centuries The Turkish Government at Constantinople had freuently been desirous of subjecting the whole district to the sway of a Turkish Pasha; but the project had always been haughtily and indignantly repelled Although rival factions had often divided the inhabitants of the Lebanon it was not till the year that the Druzes and Maronites were found ranged on hostile sides Rev Ferguson in his book Sacred scenes; or notes of travel in Egypt and the Holy Land notes that this opposition was without doubt to be traced to hatred of Christianity The Christians both of Lebanon and Damascus had become so prosperous towards the close of Ibrahim Pashas rule in that the jealousy of the Moslems knew no bounds and with the full connivance of the government of the Sultan the officials in the pashalic of Damascus adopted the diabolical policy of setting Druzes against Christians just as the men who delight in dog fights or cock fights set one animal against another; and this they did for the double purpose of getting the Christians rooted out whom they hated with a perfect hatred and of eventually bringing the whole region under their own sway so that the fastnesses of the mountain might no longer become a rallying point for the turbulent and disaffectedColonel Churchills little volume is the most complete account of those sad massacres which in drew all eyes upon Syria and the Lebanon An eye witness of those horrors his warm appeal for adecisive European intervention does honour to his feelings; but his clear account of Turkish diplomacy shows that nothing short of European occupation would be adeuate to the end proposedColonel Churchill had close relations with both parties He married the daughter of a Maronite emir It was the savagery of the Druzes in the war of that naturally awoke his sympathy for their victims the MarionitesIn introducing his book Churchill writesThe following pages afford the most conclusive testimony as to the intenseness and magnitude of this enormity on the part of the Turks They show likewise that the policy which sanctioned their barbarities towards the native Christians is not the offspring of unguarded and momentary impulse but the suggestion of a spirit of calculating and deliberate malice and hatred spreading its meshes through a long series of years to circumvent and then trample upon its unfortunate victimsThe time is fast approaching when the imperative claims of Christianity and humanity must and ought to absorb all others in the muchv.

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