09 June 2016

3613) Unheeded Warning | In Memory of British Statesmanship | ‘Defence of the Realm’ in Turkey | The Times Criticised For Using ‘Forged’ Documents to Make Armenian Genocide Claims | Bad Day In The Bundestag | Having Admitted Complicity in Genocide, Germany Should Now Compensate Armenians | Archbishop Atesyan’s Letter to Erdogan | Letter to Atesyan from Agos | Perceptions" (2015) On The Ottoman Empire in WWI

  •   An Unheeded Warning, In Memory of British Statesmanship  & ‘Defence of the Realm’ in Turkey by Dr Pat Walsh
  • The Times Criticised For Using ‘Forged’ Documents to Make Armenian Genocide Claims
  • A Bad Day In The Bundestag by Jeremy SALT
  • Having Admitted Complicity in Genocide, Germany Should Now Compensate Armenians by By Harut Sassounian
  • Archbishop Atesyan’s Letter to Erdogan: We Submit Our Regret to Your Dignified Office
  • Letter to Atesyan from Agos: May God Bestow Sense, Intelligence and Comprehension on You
  • Acting Armenian Patriarch of Turkey: Shameful Tool of Turkish Propaganda by Harut Sassounian
  • Perceptions" (2015) On The Ottoman Empire in WWI
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05 June 2016

Did You Know That We Have Over 140 Authors/Labels/Keywords/SearchWords Here


Did You Know That We Have Over 140 Authors/Labels/Keywords/SearchWords Here
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04 June 2016

3612) Please Leave History to Historians

Without any qualifications or prior knowledge, celebrities such as George Clooney, seen here in Armenia, find it appropriate to pontificate about what really happened in 1915 rather than leave the matter to the historians. Without any qualifications or prior knowledge, celebrities such as George Clooney, seen here in Armenia, find it appropriate to pontificate about what really happened in 1915 rather than leave the matter to the historians.


Maxime GAUIN

So-called 'Armenian genocide' claims infuriated those who think that the history of Turks and Armenians must be decided by people who aren't even capable of placing eastern Turkish cities Erzurum and Bitlis on a map. . .

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3611) Guilty Germans

Dr Pat Walsh

The vote of the German Parliament is more an indication that there is something rotten in the modern state of Germany than there was in Ottoman Turkey.

Germany had no reason to pass such a resolution. It was under no pressure from any powerful Armenian lobby it wished to placate and it has a sizeable Turkish minority of at least 3.5 million with long-standing contribution to the country.

Make no mistake about it this was a purely political statement against Turkey by the members of Parliament. It had nothing to do with scholarship, historical research or the discovery of new facts. The Germans were simply salving their Guilty consciences at Turkey’s expense.
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3610) An Armenian Wishlist for Anonymous

By Garen Yegparian on June 2, 2016


As you probably know, “Anonymous” is an ultra-secretive, underground, very loosely “organized” group of hackers whose targets serve some societal utility. These targets have ranged from governments (including Turkey’s), to corporations, to religious entities with questionable functions, and even ISIS. They might disrupt websites or expose information (they supported Wikileaks). A few of their “members” were arrested a few years ago, but they still seem to be out there and active. So, I thought I’d act like a kid writing a letter to Anonymous Santa, with things that would help Armenians, the best “presents” being listed first. Some wishes overlap, but hey, I’m a kid writing to Santa… . . .

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