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Turkey doubles efforts of distorting the historic facts about the Armenian Genocide

Turkey doubles efforts of distorting the historic facts about the Armenian Genocide

08.11.2011 15:49           Alisa Gevorgyan “Radiolur” Turkey has doubled its efforts of distorting the historic facts ahead of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. Young Turkish historian Mehmed Perincek has published his recurrent masterpiece, where he presents his views on the Armenian Genocide. In” The Armenian Cause in 120 documents of Russian state archives” book published […]

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Ottoman Archives: There is no “Macedonian” Nation

Ottoman Archives: There is no “Macedonian” Nation

In the Turkish Institute of Ottoman Studies, there is a unique document which mentions all the non-muslim Nations during Ottoman era. Naturally the pseudomacedonians are nowhere to be found!!! http://www.osmanli.org.tr/dosyaara.php?bolum=4&id=264 «Gayr-ı Müslimlerin etnik olarak dağılımı ise şöyledir; Rumlar, Yunanlılar, Bulgarlar, Pomaklar, Sırplar, Hırvatlar, Karadağlılar, Bosnalılar, Arnavutlar, Macarlar, Polonyalılar, Çingeneler, Ermeniler, Gürcüler, Süryaniler, Kildaniler, Araplar (Maruni, Melkit vs), Yahudiler, Romenler, Türkler […]

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Washington Times Carries Cyprus Action Network of America’s Call to Oppose Bryza nomination

Washington Times Carries Cyprus Action Network of America’s Call to Oppose Bryza nomination

      Washington_times_carries_cyprus_action_network_of_america_call_to_oppose_bryza_nomination Washington Times Carries Cyprus Action Network of America’s Call to Oppose Bryza nomination For Immediate Release: September 17, 2010 Contact: Nikolaos Taneris, Tel. (917) 699-9935 WASHINGTON, DC—James Morrison, columnist, Washington Times, made the Cyprus Action Network of America’s recent call to oppose the nomination of Matt Bryza to the post of American ambassador to Azerbaijan the […]

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Turkey’s Shortsightedness

Turkey’s Shortsightedness

By Paul B. Adjemian, Montréal, 10 June 2010 Why has Turkey failed to convince the European Union (EU) to admit it as a full-fledged member? Simple, it’s due to its typical dogmatic mentality of “I know”, “I am right”, “I want”, “I won’t” and, of course, “my way”. Turkey fails to see that membership in a family requires harmony, understanding, […]

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Akcam: What Davutoglu Fails to Understand

Akcam: What Davutoglu Fails to Understand

While the ruling AK Party in Turkey continues to sing the same old tune on the genocide, it is trying out a new style. Our minister of foreign affairs, Ahmet Davutoglu, is one of those testing out this new style with the concept of “just memory.” Davutoglu explains the concept in this way: “If [Armenian Foreign Minister] Edward Nalbantyan had […]

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GREEKS AND ARMENIANS MARK ANNIVERSARY OF PONTIAN GENOCIDE

NEW YORK—The Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA) thanks the Armenian National Committee of America ANCA for marking Pontian Greek Genocide Remembrance day, and supporting the 91st Anniversary Pontian Greek Genocide Commemoration in New York City — that featured as key note speaker the distinguished Greek-Cypriot author and researcher Mrs. Fanoulla Argyrou . Together Greeks and Armenians can grow stronger; […]

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Turkish Scholar Taner Akcam Advocates Change in Policy of Genocide Denial

Turkish Scholar Taner Akcam Advocates Change in Policy of Genocide Denial

Photo : Joshua Roberts/Getty Images Dr. Taner Akcam, one of the first Turkish scholars to acknowledge the Armenian Genocide, delivered two important lectures in Southern California last week. Based on historical research, he analyzed the underpinnings of Turkey’s denial of the Armenian Genocide and proposed solutions for its official acknowledgment. Prof. Akcam made his first presentation at Valley Beth Shalom […]

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Second Hellenic Genocide Commemoration outside the UN on April 6, 2010

http://thraciangenocide.org/second_hellenic_genocide_commemoration_outside_the_un_on_april_6_2010 Second Hellenic Genocide Commemoration outside the UN on April 6, 2010 For Immediate Release: April 8, 2010 Contact: Nikolaos Taneris, Tel. 1-(917)-699-9935 New York, NY- On April 6, 2010 The Pan-Thracian Union of America “ORPHEUS” in cooperation with the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater New York remembered the Hellenic Genocide in Thrace and all victims of the Armenian, […]

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Obama and the Denial of Armenian Genocide

Obama and the Denial of Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Genocide documentary premiered nationwide in the U.S. on PBS (Photo @ Wikipedia.org) Obama and the denial of Genocide by Stephen Zunes The Obama administration, citing its relations with Turkey, has pledged to block the passage in the full House of Representatives of a resolution passed this past Thursday by the Foreign Relations Committee acknowledging the 1915 genocide by […]

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Armenian Genocide – Betrayal of Souls and Denial of the Genocide

Armenian Genocide – Betrayal of Souls and Denial of the Genocide

Betrayal of Souls and Denial of the Genocide Gregg Rickman Cutting Edge human rights analyst   Ottoman soldiers and mass hangings of Armenians Credit: James Nazer (Photo @cutting edge)   In the book The Guilt of Nations, Elazar Barkan wrote, “For a ‘new’ history to become more than a partisan ‘extremist’ story, the narrative often has to persuade not only […]

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