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      ^^^^
      Whomever the author of this above post by Azad is, he (or she?) is actually presenting bits and pieces of scientific data to validity authors position. The evidence presented doesn't show authors assumption to be true, but rather is orchestrated to validify the authors intentions.
      As I've inormed on several occasions, the j.ews are Semites , meaning they are of the line of Shem, who by the way was Japheth's brother. Everyone knows who their father was.
      The j.ew is a Semite , but not all Semites are j.ews.
      Abram, who changed his name to Abraham, was a Semite who lived in a town called Mari (sp), which is located between the city states of Mesopotamia and the Armenian highlands. The town was mixed with mostly Armenians and Semites.
      The story of the j.ews starts with Judah . The history of the j.ews starts with Noah.
      The author is writing stuff simply to make his point.
      The comical phrase : "the ancient turcs" is just that, ie; comical.
      Greek, Rome, are traditionally the start of the moder era and in my day were not called ancient. The world we (Hayr) lived most of our history is the ancient world. No mention of Greeks, Romans, and no comical reference to turcs (lol).
      Hayr, agadians, and Sumerians existed for many thousands of years before the first mention of the newbies.
      Author is a propagandist in the guise of an intellect.
      Nice try but idiotic.
      HARK

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      Re: All things related to Hryastan

      Quote Originally Posted by Artashes View Post
      is actually presenting bits and pieces of scientific data to validity authors position.
      Today only 10% of jews are Semites. Mainly the ones from Arab/Iranian countries. Most are a mix of turkic Khazarian tribes. Their migration was Counterclockwise around the black sea mixing with Slavic Ukrainians and eventually Germanic before invading Palestine. The Greek and other crap "bits and pieces of scientific data" is irrelevant.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Azad View Post
      Today only 10% of jews are Semites. Mainly the ones from Arab/Iranian countries. Most are a mix of turkic Khazarian tribes. Their migration was Counterclockwise around the black sea mixing with Slavic Ukrainians and eventually Germanic before invading Palestine. The Greek and other crap "bits and pieces of scientific data" is irrelevant.
      Before the invasion of Greece, Rome, or Persia, and before Byzantium, in the land called "Anatolia" there were three peoples one needed to know if they were going to to any business. (1) Armenians, (2) j.ews, and (3) Greeks. You had to know at least one of the three and preferable all or you were nothing more than a local shop keeper.
      The silk road had to go through Armenian land since very ancient times. No exceptions. That's actually (my estimate) why Greece, Rome, and Persia invaded us --- trade route --- between east and west.
      Have you forgot how many silk trees were in Armenia? No other country as far as I know was able to get that highly secret info from china (Cathay) but us. Our history of walking to china predates all this modern history by millinea. The j.ew history predates "kazarian" turc, Kiev rus and laughably "Ukraine by millinea.
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      From ANCA and the hypocrisy of the herya

      The publisher of Crain's New York Business, Jill Kaplan, offers a qualified apology regarding her publication's decision to run an Armenian Genocide denial ad:
      Publisher Jill Kaplan replies:
      "Throughout the years, a handful of advertisements have been brought to my attention (by our production department) for approval. The vast majority of these were flagged because they were suggestive, others because they resembled Crain’s content or font. Only once was an advocacy ad brought to me for approval.
      Unfortunately, that did not occur in this instance, and we offended you and possibly other readers. For that, I apologize. Running the advertisement is not an endorsement by Crain’s or a “sell out.” However, as a media company and news organization, we do believe in free speech and that advertising is a form of expression that falls under the First Amendment.
      From a personal standpoint, as someone who lost family in the Holocaust, I certainly understand your outrage. Your letters sparked an update of our quality-assurance process so that other advocacy ads are reviewed before publication. Your feedback—good or bad—is critically important to us, and I thank you for taking the time to let us know how you felt. We appreciate it."

      https://www.facebook.com/ancagrassroots/


      Good response in the comment

      "It's incredible how having Jewish roots they are making money with the denial of a genocide. I would like to know if Mr. Kaplan will defend freedom of speech if they were denying the holocaust. Double standards and NO SHAME."

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      AzerTac, Azerbaijan
      May 4 2016


      The Washington Times publishes article on Armenia's nuclear material


      Baku, May 4, AZERTAC

      The Washington Times has published an article on Armenia's nuclear
      material headlined "The other nuclear threat".

      Written by Alexander Murinson, a senior fellow at the Begin-Sadat
      Center and Bar Ilan University, the article says: "Mere days ago,
      Georgian authorities reported the arrest of an elderly Georgian man
      and several Armenian nationals — alarmingly suspected of being current
      or former members of the Armenian Security Service — who were
      attempting to smuggle and illegally sell some $200 million worth of
      nuclear-grade materials. The highly radioactive U-238 can be used to
      produce a myriad of deadly and destructive apparatuses, not the least
      of which is a dreaded "dirty bomb."

      "The specter of a dirty bomb is of paramount concern for security
      services and counterterrorism officials worldwide. Internationally,
      the deep alarm of officials associated with the discovery of U-238 was
      compounded earlier this year when a group of individuals was
      discovered attempting to smuggle Cesium-137, a highly radioactive
      isotope that is a waste product from nuclear reactors,” Murinson says.

      “This adds much credence to constant complaints by Georgia and
      Azerbaijan related to the fact that their territories under separatist
      control, such as Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabakh and South Ossetia, are
      being used for all manner of illegal smuggling from nuclear material
      to arms to narcotics.”

      “To substantially add to the threat emanating from Armenian nationals
      and Armenia is the presence in Armenia of an outdated Chernobyl-type
      nuclear reactor operating long past its original planned lifetime.
      This, when taken with the news from Georgia, elevates the nuclear
      alarm to a new level.”

      “However, if Armenia's reactor is not only a safety threat, but
      potentially a source of radioactive material for a "dirty" bomb, as
      suggested by the recent foiled plots, then the problem is no longer
      limited to the Caucasus region,” he adds.

      https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2...SNO1rr6xX-8&e=
      Hayastan or Bust.

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      Looks like the chosen people appointed an anti-Armenian, azeri loving defense minister.

      "Israel: The rise of the new 'messianic elite'
      Appointment of Avigdor Lieberman as defence minister suggests a change of elite within Israeli politics, analysts say."

      http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/0...085822668.html


      "JERUSALEM (Haaretz) — Meretz Party chairman MK Zehava Galon charged Wednesday that Avigdor Lieberman’s Yisrael Beiteinu party is getting financial support from Azerbaijan government officials in return for advancing Baku’s political and financial interests in Israel.

      According to Galon, Yisrael Beiteinu is supporting the interests of the Azeri national fuel company and has been actively working to prevent Israel from officially recognizing the Turkish genocide of Armenians during World War I, because of Azerbaijan’s territorial feud with Armenia."

      http://massispost.com/2016/02/israel...of-azerbaijan/

      Was couple weeks ago the ADL was mumbling that they will recognize the Armenian Genocide. The usual good cop and bad cop games.

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      More sucking noises. This time from rabbis

      http://www.jewishpress.com/indepth/o...ns/2016/10/09/

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      "Trump and Armenia’s Occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh
      By Jason Katz
      Recently, Azerbaijan celebrated 25 years of independence from Soviet rule. Arguably Eurasia’s most Western-friendly and secular Muslim-majority nation, Azerbaijan has long fought another battle, one that the election of Donald Trump may shift: the occupation of its Nagorno-Karabakh region by Armenia.

      As the international community often does, a multilateral body was established to “solve” the problem following a bloody war from 1988 to 1992. For decades, the OSCE Minsk Group, co-chaired by Russia, France, and the U.S., has produced no demonstrable gains. Successive U.S. presidents have paid lip service to the Minsk Group and pleaded for time.

      The election of Donald Trump may be a game changer ..... You can read the rest of the jewish throw up , see link.

      Jason Katz is the principal of TSG, LLC, a strategic communications and political consultancy, specializing in the foreign policy and international relations spaces. For nearly a decade, he served as the Director of Governmental Relations and Public Affairs for the American Jewish Committee, based in Los Angeles."

      http://www.americanthinker.com/artic...karabakh_.html

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      A large gang of shabbat shalom embezzling over a $1 billion in Fraud. It seams this gang of Madoffs surfaced from low oil prices.

      http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/19/bu...ith-fraud.html
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      "Washington Institute Asks Trump to ‘Guarantee’ He Will Block Armenian Genocide Resolution

      ANCA Calls on WINEP Executive Director, Robert Satloff, to Explain Why the Institute is Providing a Platform for Those Seeking to Block American Remembrance of Known Case of Genocide

      WASHINGTON (A.W.)—The Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) has called on United States President-Elect Donald J. Trump to “guarantee” to Turkey that the Armenian Genocide will not be properly acknowledged by the U.S. Congress, in a recently published set of proposals regarding “U.S. Policy on Turkey.”

      http://armenianweekly.com/2017/01/13...an-genocide-2/

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