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Did the Armenian Genocide Inspire Hitler?

The massacre of the Ottoman Armenians helped persuade the Nazis to exterminate national minorities as well… Continue reading

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Ankara’s Unacknowledged Genocide

The Ottoman Empire tolerated the existence of vast non-Muslim subject populations in its midst, provided they acknowledged their legal and institutional inferiority in the Islamic order of things. When these groups dared to question their subordinate status, they were brutally suppressed, and none more so than the Armenians… Continue reading

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Islamic Supremacy Alive and Well in Ankara

Supersessionism refers to the belief that Christians have superseded Jews in a new covenant with God. Islam, too, sees itself as superseding all previous divine revelation but, unlike Christianity, Islam freely erases history itself… Continue reading

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Lebanese Armenians Unhappy With Erdogan’s Visit To Lebanon

Hundreds of Lebanese of Armenian descent gathered in the capital’s Martyrs’ Square and clashed with army troops during a protest Thursday over a visit to Beirut by the Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan… Continue reading

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Poster Art of the Armenian Genocide

By the end of the nineteenth century, there were some 300,000 Armenians in Iran (Persia at the time) representing almost 3% of the Iranian population of 1900. The massacres at the end of 19th century and early 20th century brought more Armenian refugees… Continue reading

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Obama Again Avoids To Use The Word ‘Genocide’ In Armenian Remembrance Message

US President Barack Obama declined, for a second time, to use the word “genocide” to describe the atrocities experienced by Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire a century ago… Continue reading

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The Armenian Genocide and The Turks

The month of April marks the 95th anniversary of the start of the Armenian genocide. Between 1915 and 1918, some 800,000 to 1.5 million people were murdered in what is now eastern Turkey, or died on death marches in the northern Syrian desert. It was one of the first genocides of the 20th century… Continue reading