Armenian Genocide Commemoration Day: Confronting Denialism

While the modern-day Republic of Turkey was founded in 1923, eight years after its Ottoman predecessors embarked on a massive and systematic undertaking to rid the empire of its Armenian population, the country today

Armenian Genocide Commemoration Day: Confronting Denialism – The Huffington Post.

During the Armenian genocide in 1915, an unknown number of young Armenians survived because they were adopted as daughters and sons of Muslim families. Many lived the rest of their lives with Turkish, Kurdish, or Arabic names and identities to escape

While the modern-day Republic of Turkey was founded in 1923, eight years after its Ottoman predecessors embarked on a massive and systematic undertaking to rid the empire of its Armenian population, the country today

le=”text-align: justify; “>The leaders of the Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) visited on Tuesday the Memorial to Armenian Genocide victims, Tsisternakaberd. Aram Safaryan, Secretary of the PAP parliamentary group, told