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    Parevner! My name is Sevag. I was born and raised in Kuwait. My dad's side is Armenian-Lebanese originally from Adana while my mother's side is Armenian-Iraqi originally from Van. I've been following this forum for a while now. It has many interesting posts. So I decided to make an account and share my views. Cheers.

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    Originally posted by Sevag View Post
    Parevner! My name is Sevag. I was born and raised in Kuwait. My dad's side is Armenian-Lebanese originally from Adana while my mother's side is Armenian-Iraqi originally from Van. I've been following this forum for a while now. It has many interesting posts. So I decided to make an account and share my views. Cheers.
    Warm welcome Sevag.
    The places. Your parents are from and originally from move my spirit.
    For personal reasons I can only guess at, my family decided not to tell use children what brought them from Armenia (no matter what any one else may call those lands)to America.
    I look forward to your participation and thoughts.
    A long time ago(it seems to me)our family was very comfortable living amongst ourselves and I often think the activity of Armenians dealing with each other was one of our natural strengths and blessings. I also think it brought us much of our prosperity and joy.
    It strikes me that the other people's were angry with us for being so successful by dealing amongst ourselves.
    I think as we come together God shows the world they cannot divide what He put together and it's gonna scare the crap out of them.
    We are starting to reform.
    The best to you and yours from Artashes.
    HARK

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      Originally posted by Artashes View Post
      Warm welcome Sevag.
      The places. Your parents are from and originally from move my spirit.
      For personal reasons I can only guess at, my family decided not to tell use children what brought them from Armenia (no matter what any one else may call those lands)to America.
      I look forward to your participation and thoughts.
      A long time ago(it seems to me)our family was very comfortable living amongst ourselves and I often think the activity of Armenians dealing with each other was one of our natural strengths and blessings. I also think it brought us much of our prosperity and joy.
      It strikes me that the other people's were angry with us for being so successful by dealing amongst ourselves.
      I think as we come together God shows the world they cannot divide what He put together and it's gonna scare the crap out of them.
      We are starting to reform.
      The best to you and yours from Artashes.
      Forgot to say --- UNIITED WE STAND ---
      Artashes
      Last edited by Artashes; 12-15-2012, 06:48 AM.
      HARK

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        Re: Parevner!

        United we stand
        HARK

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          Hi Sevag - welcome aboard and i hope you will be making some good contributions to this forum.
          Hayastan or Bust.

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            Re: Parevner!

            Originally posted by Artashes View Post
            Warm welcome Sevag.
            The places. Your parents are from and originally from move my spirit.
            For personal reasons I can only guess at, my family decided not to tell use children what brought them from Armenia (no matter what any one else may call those lands)to America.
            I look forward to your participation and thoughts.
            A long time ago(it seems to me)our family was very comfortable living amongst ourselves and I often think the activity of Armenians dealing with each other was one of our natural strengths and blessings. I also think it brought us much of our prosperity and joy.
            It strikes me that the other people's were angry with us for being so successful by dealing amongst ourselves.
            I think as we come together God shows the world they cannot divide what He put together and it's gonna scare the crap out of them.
            We are starting to reform.
            The best to you and yours from Artashes.
            Thanks for the warm welcome Artashes. Armenians in arab countries are slowly going back to their homeland, Armenia.
            Darose polor hayeroun.

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              Re: Parevner!

              Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
              Hi Sevag - welcome aboard and i hope you will be making some good contributions to this forum.
              Thanks mate. Will do.

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                Re: Parevner!

                Welcome Sevag
                Positive vibes, positive taught

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                  Originally posted by PepsiAddict View Post
                  Welcome Sevag
                  Thank you!

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                    Re: Parevner!

                    Barev aper...I like your avatar
                    Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
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                    "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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