3757) Beverly Hills Police Investigating The Armenian Group Attack At Turkish Restaurant As Hate Crime


A group of Armenians attacked a Turkish restaurant in California late Wednesday.

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3756) Collapse Of Dashnak Armenia In 1920 & Debacle Of Nikol Pashinyan’s Regime In 2020

A map in a Yerevan metro station, displaying the territories of Azerbaijan, Turkey, Georgia, and Iran as part of a “Great Armenia.”

by Maxime GAUIN

History never repeats itself exactly, but the element of continuity between the collapse of the Armenian Republic (at that time ruled by the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, ARF) in front of the Kemalist army and the ongoing debacle of the regime led by Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in front of the Azerbaijani armed forces, are striking.

In both cases, all the proposals of peace and compromises had been rejected by the cabinets in power in Yerevan, the main difference being that in 1920, the war erupted after less than one year of refusals and in 2020 after twenty-six years. During the first semester 1920, Kazakh intellectual Mustafa Tcholak and reasonable Armenians of the Caucasus . . .

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3755) Woodrow Wilson, Armenia, And The Tackling Of A Long-Standing Hypocrisy

On 27 June 2020, Christopher L. Eisgruber, the President of Princeton University, announced via the university’s Office of Communications that the university’s board of trustees decided that the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and Wilson College (both of which were major and well-known institutions of the Princeton University) will both be renamed to omit reference to Woodrow Wilson, the 28th American President and a former president of Princeton University. The reason cited by the board of trustees for the decision was the fact that “Woodrow Wilson’s racist thinking and policies make him an inappropriate namesake for a school or college whose scholars, students, and alumni must stand firmly against racism in all its forms.”[1] . . .

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3754) William Saroyan’s Words Are Being Distorted As Well


There are efforts to commemorate this world-renowned and beloved writer within the framework of the genocide narrative. In a poem written to commemorate Saroyan in the centenary of his birth[1], the word “genocide” is squeezed in, and in the preface of his books or in the documentary “Saroyan’s Land”, it is seen that people are trying to commemorate Saroyan together with the genocide narrative. Apart from these, the most striking issue is that people are trying to give the impression that they are quoting Saroyan by adding new phrases and concepts to his original words.

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