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When in Istanbul, Steve Jobs questioned Turkish guide about Armenian Genocide

When in Istanbul, Steve Jobs questioned Turkish guide about Armenian Genocide

PanARMENIAN.Net - A Turkish guide disclosed interesting facts about Apple founder Steve Jobs’s visit to Istanbul, Turkish haber3 reported.

“We stood right in the center of Hagia Sophia, when I started telling about the history of the site and mentioned it used to be Christian before being converted into a Mosque,” Asil Tuncer recollects.

According to him, upon hearing the account of the temple’s Christian past, Jobs went into asking questions about Christians in Turkey.

“What did you do to the Christians whose churches you took? Would you like to tell us about the Armenian Genocide?” Jobs said.

Steve Jobs was adopted into the family of Paul Jobs and Clara Hagopian, whose parents were survivors of the Armenian Genocide. The IT legend died of cancer on October 5, 2011 at the age of 56.

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