‘Is our struggle, the struggle of this Assembly, against genocide, effective enough? Was it effective enough then in Bosnia? Was it effective in preventing the killing in Khojalu?’”
The Presidents of the Republics of Armenia and Artsakh along with leaders of major Diasporan organizations issued an unprecedented joint declaration last week
Mrs. Feller mentions, as examples of anti-Armenian propaganda, recent articles by Maxime Gauin and Alexander Murinson in Haaretz, Arye Gut in JNS.com, and Alexander Murinson in The Hill.
Armenians are in the process of organizing thousands of events all over the world to commemorate the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide.
Along with members of his blasphemous Talat Pasha Committee, Perincek had planned to travel to Athens to challenge the recent Greek law banning denial of the Armenian Genocide.
“Welcome to the ‘Cradle of Civilization,’ a float presented by the Armenian community to share their centuries-old rich cultural heritage with the United States and the world.
Some readers may wonder how a woman described by Elle magazine as having “stunning looks, flirty dresses, tailored pants, colorful heels, and gorgeous hair” is involved in such a complex legal matter?
The JNS.org website (Jewish and Israel news) posted a venomous, anti-Armenian article by Arye Gut with a bombastic headline: “Anti-Semitism in Armenia: A Clear and Present Danger.”
The Jerusalem Patriarchate is one of the four Hierarchical Sees of the Armenian Apostolic Church, along with the Catholicosate of All Armenians, Catholicosate of the Great of Cilicia, and the Patriarchate of Istanbul.
Within a year, the Parliament is to form a Truth Commission and make public all documents in state archives regarding these crimes.