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Laura Apr 19
Recalling the 104th anniversary of the committed by Turkey. Millions of Christian Armenians were brutally killed by Ottoman Turks in this genocide. The Commemoration is this April 24th 💜 ✝️
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Mané Stark-isian Apr 16
Funnest part about Twitter in April is cracking down all the genocide deniers & arguing with them over their deeply inaccurate beliefs backed by a country w/ a long history of crimes against humanity.
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Sev Kirian Apr 19
On don’t Passover the fact that Armenia was the first nation to adopt Christianity in 301 Anno Domini, that’s even before Rome! Do you think Armenians being Christians was a primary cause of the ?
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Hagar Hajjar Chemali Apr 15
We are coming up on Armenian Remembrance Day (Apr. 24) - feels like an opportune time to re-up this piece I wrote last year calling on the Trump administration to recognize the CC:
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Centrala Apr 20
What kind of influence Armenian Genocide has on contemporary Caucasian Identity? In three days we will will meet at next to discuss that issue with our guests Alan Michael Kessedjian and
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Natacha Safarian Apr 14
The Assasination of a Race. Headline of The Independent, October 1915. I remember.
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ANCA Western Region Apr 19
Montebello Genocide Monument Freeway Sign Downed. ANCA SGV & are working with law enforcement to determine the cause of the incident and will report updates ASAP. Nevertheless, on the eve of the anniversary, the incident is unnerving to say the least.
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Lernik S. Apr 12
When telling the truth becomes an act of honor and Justice! 🇦🇲
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Suzie Ghazaryan Apr 12
This is what Ottoman Empire did with us in 1915 just because we are . In 1915 Ottoman Turks organized by cruelly murdering 1,5 million . But they failed! We are alive, we are strong❗❗❗
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Dave Quast 🇺🇸 21m
This would be a good week for the U.S. to officially recognize the .
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Sonia Krimi Apr 12
France knows how to deal with its own history. By establishing April 24th as the national day for commemoration of the ,France didn’t intend to give lessons to anyone. France will not receive lessons nor attacks from any country, including Turkey.
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GP Apr 15
Denying the is equivalent to saying the didn’t happen 30 years ago. Tell my parents to their face they didn’t escape a massacre. Tell my GREAT GRANDMOTHER who is STILL alive the Armenian Genocide didn’t happen. 🇦🇲
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Tarek Chemaly Apr 20
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Speaker Bob DeLeo Apr 12
Today, once again, I was proud to welcome attendees to the House Chamber to mark the anniversary of the . We will never forget this horrific event in human history.
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Serge Apr 16
The will be included in the curriculum of Syrian history textbooks for high school for the 2019-2020 academic year. Credit to Syrian MP and historian Dr. Nora Arissian for the initiative.
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AlonBenMeir Apr 13
Talaat Pasha (the Turkish Hitler) said: "Kill all the men, women and children without exception". Shame on Turkey and , who to this day shamefully denies that a genocide took place
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Natacha Safarian Apr 14
Denial, revisionism. One of the brightest comments:
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Alis Abroyian Apr 19
"The Most Prominent Historical Case: The " via
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Emily Allerton 👱🏻‍♀️🥇 Apr 12
We cannot Give in to this fascist behaviour. Let’s make sure they don’t set a precedent with European countries and silence us. The Armenians have suffered enough!
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Gegham Mughnetsyan Apr 19
brb adding “Quoted in an article” to my resume! Glad was able to provide a bit of background information during her research for this wonderful article.
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