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@AngelosSyrigos  .: "Given the Armenian Genocide, the West’s tolerance [to Turkey’s involvement in Nagorno-Karabakh] has been scandalous. Would the West act as indifferently if Germany, for example, were to arm and guide a country like Iran against Israel? "

Armenian residents and UCLA students are protesting the lack of media coverage of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan – which some fear could lead to a repeat of the 1915 Armenian genocide.

Exclusive: PM #Pashinyan  says #Turkey  seeks to continue Armenian genocide in the #NagornoKarabakh  conflict

Exclusive: PM #Pashinyan  says #Turkey  seeks to continue Armenian genocide in the #NagornoKarabakh  conflict

À cris de cœur from @GaroPaylan ⁩ a lawmaker for the cruelly persecuted pro Kurdish @HDPgenelmerkezi ⁩. He is also a descendent of victims of the 1915 Armenian genocide.Squashed between Turkey & Armenia over Karabakh he can barely breathe.

Many observers also see a disturbing connection between the current conflict and the Armenian Genocide in 1915.


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Too often, the tragic reality of the Armenian Genocide has been denied. Today, an overwhelming bipartisan vote of the House ensured that the truth will forever be etched into the Congressional Record.

More than 100 years ago, the Ottoman Turks murdered 1.5 million Armenian men, women and children. Each year, we commemorate their memory on April 24. And this year will be the first since the Congress officially recognized the Armenian Genocide. We will never again be silenced.

The House just voted to recognize the Armenian Genocide – a vote I fought for 19 years to make possible, that tens of thousands of my Armenian American constituents have waited decades to see. We will not be party to genocide denial. We will not be silent. We will never forget.

This has been years in the making, thanks to the tireless advocacy of those who insisted the US must never be a party to genocide denial. I hope all Members join me next week in voting to recognize the Armenian Genocide. We will never forget, and we will never be silent.

New: As Sen. Graham was leaving the Oval Office, senior White House staff asked him to return to the Senate and block the Armenian genocide resolution — a measure that would have infuriated Erdoğan.

After 104.5 years, the House just voted to recognize the Armenian Genocide. 405 yes, 11 no, 3 present. This has taken decades, & while I’m supposed to keep myself out of coverage, I will slip just this once to say that vote is an affirmation of history to every Armenian-American.

We march today to commemorate the 1.5 million men, women and children killed in the Armenian Genocide more than one hundred years ago. We march against genocide and hatred all over the world, call for justice and restitution, and pledge we will never forget and never give up.

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Many object to comparison of border crisis to Nazism. Tell us what “authoritarian rounding up of undesirables into outdoor prisons“ is ok to cite. Khmer Rouge? Armenian Genocide? Trail of Tears? Plz pick 1 so we can agree what’s happening is bad & scary and move forward as a unit