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2011-02-27: NARA
HETAQRQIR ER
2011-02-23: Arsen Antonyan
Menq hayeres sprvats enq ashxarov mek ev april 24 boloris partakanutyunne piti lini gal ev 2 tsaxik dnel hargelov nrants hishatake
2011-02-23: Arsen
kecce hayutyunne
2011-02-18: Martirosyan
Es hpart em vor hay em,ev huysov em vor kga mi or, ev [email protected] knduni ayn [email protected], inc katarel e ir yataxanov.Shnorakalutyun nyuteri hamar.
2011-01-21: D. Abuladze
Армянский народ, армянский народ Жизнь отдам за тебя, мой народ армянский, За землю твою собой пожертвую. Армяне мои, каким молоком вскормлены вы, Что за чрево дала вам жизнь, какая рука вас обнимала? Какие уста вас благославляли, что оказалась в вас подобная душа, подобное сердце, что явили вы всему миру такое неслыханное чудо. Слепыми должны быть глаза, чтобы не видеть, не знать ваших достоинств. Немыми должны быть уста, чтобы промолчать, не сказать вам это, не почитать вас. Из камня должно быть сердце чтобы не любить, чтобы души в вас не чаять
2010-12-20: THE TURK !!
I am writing to voice my strong objection to the Armenian Resolution, H.Res. 252, and urge you to vote NO. The Resolution is a waste of Congress' time, offends Turks and Turkish-Americans and will hurt US-Turkey relations. There is no consensus among scholars on the events around 1915 in the Ottoman Empire. Leading historians and experts are not accepting the "genocide" label to describe the events. Furthermore, Congress is not the place to legislate history. Congress is also not the place to issue a legal opinion on the high-crime of genocide. Under the 1948 UN Genocide Convention, this judicial power is reserved for the International Court of Justice and the competent domestic courts of party States. US Administrations over many years have resolutely opposed this Resolution. H.Res.252 will hurt American national interests, security and US-Turkish relations. Turkey is a key ally of the United States and an indispensable partner to our efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan, helping U.S. troops to combat terrorism and build security. The Resolution also undermines ongoing U.S. diplomatic efforts that explicitly support bilateral efforts between Turkey and Armenia to forge diplomatic, political and economic relations and reach reconciliation through dialogue. There is no doubt that the Resolution will alienate Turkey and offend people of Turkish heritage, as it delibarately ignores the tragic memories of millions of Turks whose ancestors perished during this dreadful period in Turkish history. The "Armenian Genocide Resolution" serves no contemporary purpose, dispenses selective morality based on special interest lobbying power, belies American interests, and the principles of fairness and justice. I urge you to vote "No" on H.Res. 252.
2010-12-13: Frank Appiah-Kubi
Human life is so precious and therefore, I'm against genocide.
2010-12-09: LILIT
Xorin shnorhakalutyunners dzez. Anchap tpavorvac em. @ntir e!!!!!!!!!!
2010-10-01: Anjela
Hianali canc e,amen inch ka hay cexaspanutyan masin,amenatarm lurerov harust,kxndrei cancy aveli hajax tarmacnein qani vor ayn uni shat ayceluner,urax em vor usucichs texekacrec indz ayspisi sayti masin,lucumnern el en shat hetaqrqir u hayeci tvac,apreq,shat sirun e
2010-09-23: zhanna
BArev dzez, kareli e dzer kayqum cexaspanutyan masin film texadrel, kanxav shnorhakalutyun
2010-08-29: Ernest Gold
Thanks for all the information. I am sending many of my ignorant friends ho don't know about the genocide or don't have an opinion to this site. A few posts down I read about this new book Gardens of Grief. Anyone know anything else about it? The author is not Armenian. I googled him. Universal bought one of his recent books for $2.5 million. Maybe this could be a movie.
2010-08-23: KILLER
you are faint-hearted nation
2010-08-21: Avag
The film is good. But I as Armenian living in Norway would like to find a film at least in English, which I could show before my friends and other Norwegians or give them to see.
2010-08-12: Terri Guitron
About six months ago I began reading everything I could about the hotly debated Armenian genocide. I had no perceived notions – I just wanted to find out what was and was not true. Was it a genocide – did it really happen? Then, something interesting happened. I have a friend who is a professional reader - book scout. She sneaks me copies of the best/most entertaining books she gets. She sent me GARDENS OF GRIEF by Boston Teran, that she says will be published next spring. It's about the Armenian Genocide. It's set in Turkey 1915 – fiction but based on historical fact. What a read – a fierce retelling of events in 1915 Turkey seen through the eyes of a young American, an agent for the Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. State Department. I researched the facts laid out in the book – they are true, harrowing, frightening. This is a great book. Will it be controversial? Yes, but it convinced me that history – the facts – support the Armenians' claim: there was an Armenian Genocide. I don't think they'll like the book in Turkey.
2010-07-05: Maria
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