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  • Eddo211
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    Turks will never have honor.

    We should destroy any Ataturk statue in different countries........Israel is one.
    My truck and my long chain will do this one. Easy access.

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  • Shant03
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    Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
    THREE ARMENIAN CHURCHES IN SYRIA DESTROYED BY TURKEY
    Edited for accuracy.

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  • Haykakan
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    THREE ARMENIAN CHURCHES IN SYRIA DESTROYED BY ISIS

    13:40, 14 Dec 2015
    Siranush Ghazanchyan

    The Assyrian International News Agency (AINA) has released the list of
    Christian churches and monasteries in Syria that have been destroyed
    by ISIS and other Muslim groups.

    Attacks on Christians in Syria began almost immediately after the
    Syrian civil war began. The attacks have targeted villages, churches
    monasteries and the clergy, and have been perpetrated by Al-Qaeda,
    the Al-Nusra Front, ISIS and other Muslim groups.

    On February 23 ISIS attacked the 35 Assyrian villages on the Khabur
    river in Hasaka, Syria, capturing 253 Assyrians. In the subsequent
    months it destroyed 11 churches and villages, rendering some villages
    uninhabitable.

    According to the agency, three Armenian Curches have also been
    destroyed by terrorists. The St. Rita Tilel Armenian Church in Aleppo
    was bombed by ISIS on April 28. The Armenian Genocide Memorial Church
    in Der Zor was destroyed by ISIS in September, 2014. The Armenian
    Catholic Church of the Martyrs was torched by ISIS and its cross atop
    its clock tower removed.



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  • Zeytun
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    The Bad Blood Between Russia and Turkey Is Spreading to Armenia and Azerbaijan
    By John Dyer



    December 3, 2015 | 2:02 pm
    Escalating tensions between Russia and Turkey have spread to the Caucuses, a volatile region where both powers have long contested each other's influence.
    [..]
    Taner Akcam, an expert in the Armenian genocide at Clark University in Massachusetts, said it's common for Turkey's antagonists to bring up the issue. Individually, the proposed Russian law was no big deal, he said. As part of a larger context, however, he was concerned about it.

    "It won't have any effect. Everyone in Turkey understands it's a political issue, and people will laugh at it," Akcam told VICE News. "The Armenia- Nagorno-Karabakh-Azeri issue is more serious. I don't think the genocide recognition is a serious problem for Turkish-Russian relations. Turks will say 'So what?' But if things develop into a proxy war in the Caucuses, this is something very serious and something very scary."

    This an article on VICENEWS,what a shame what do you expect from a $$journalist$$ that writes Caucasus wrong.
    The rising tension between Turkey and Russia has raised fears of a proxy war in the Caucasus between the two tiny former Soviet republics.

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  • Eddo211
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    Thata good......every Turk must do that including Erdogan.

    That will be the day.

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  • Haykakan
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    GUESTS FROM TURKEY VISIT TSITSERNAKABERD MEMORIAL COMPLEX

    18:10 03/08/2015 ┬" SOCIETY

    A delegation of honorary guests, who arrived from Turkey for
    participation in the opening of the 6th pan-Armenian Summer Games in
    Yerevan, have visited today, on August 3 the Tsitsernakaberd Memorial
    Complex and the Armenian Genocide Museum Institute (AGMI). They were
    accompanied by President of the Pan-Armenian Games World Committee
    Ishkhan Zakaryan and members the Executive Committee. The delegation
    was composed of Van Mayor Bekir Kaya, Van Co-mayor Hatice Coban,
    Bitlis Mayor Huseyin Olan, Mutk Mayor Ozcan Birlik, Norashen Mayor
    Emin Ozkan, Diyarbakir's Sur district Mayor Fatma Sik Barut and
    other high-ranking guests, the press service of the World Committee
    of Pan-Armenian Games said.

    In the newly-opened hall of the AGMI, the guests saw exclusive exhibits
    and photos. Then the delegates laid flowers at the Eternal Flame and
    bowed their heads in memory of the Armenian Genocide victims.

    At the conclusion of the visit the honorary guests thanked the event
    organizers and the Museum staff.

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  • Eddo211
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    lol.....I bet the cow will defect again. Smart cow.

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  • Shant03
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    lmao

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  • Haykakan
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    Bovine diplomacy brings Turkey and Armenia one step closer

    A cow that fled across the Arpašay/Akhurian River from Turkey to Armenia required authorities resort to back-channel diplomacy for its return since neither country has official diplomatic relations with one another, resulting in one very roundabout bovine swap.





    Bovine diplomacy brings Turkey and Armenia one step closer


    The incident occurred on June 29th at the Arpašay district of Turkey’s northwestern border province of Kars, when a cow left her herd and fled across the Arpašay/Akhurian River between Turkey and Armenia after her Turkish cowherd beat her with a stick as she was grazing. Leaping into the river, the cow was initially caught in the water’s strong currents and struggled quite a bit. She was eventually rescued by Armenian border troops who brought her over to the Armenian side.

    When the owner, Engin Karadağ, was told of this incident by the cowherd later that evening, he got in touch with the nearby Digor District Governor’s office. Digor District Governor İsa Bolat in turn got in touch with Armenian officials at the border on July 2nd requesting the cow to be returned.

    The diplomatic contact was fruitful and the Armenian side agreed to return the animal. However since neither country maintains diplomatic relations with one another, citizens of one can’t access the other, making the exchange anything but straightforward.

    Armenian troops brought the cow to the banks of the river with a rope tied around its neck, but the cow refused to cross of its own volition. Instead, the Armenians decided to toss the rope towards the Turkish bank of the river and the cow’s owner climbed into the water and pulled her back to his side.

    “The district governor managed to negotiate the return of my cow, and after 3 days I finally got her back,” Karadağ told reporters afterwards, “I’m very happy that I got my cow back.”

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  • Haykakan
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    Turkish intellectuals slam textbooks spreading 'hatred towards Armenians'

    September 27, 2014 - 12:06 AMT


    PanARMENIAN.Net - A group of academics, journalists, artists and
    intellectuals have released a statement condemning in the harshest
    terms what they define as expressions that include "open hatred and
    hostility" towards Armenians in Turkish schoolbooks, which were
    recently exposed by the newspapers Agos and Taraf.

    The two newspapers recently published reports on hateful remarks
    targeting Armenians in the textbooks used in history classes,
    according to Today's Zaman.

    A letter accompanying the text of the condemnation, written by
    historian Taner Akšam, notes that including such expressions as lesson
    material to teach children is a disgrace.

    "Standing with integrity in the face of history is the prerequisite
    for establishing the future on the foundations of friendship and
    peace. I do hope that this signature campaign will be taken as a
    scream from all of us for the publication of textbooks that we would
    like to see," Akšam noted.

    "The revolutions history and history textbooks should be collected
    immediately, with an apology issued to everyone and particularly to
    Armenian students. This is where the path to Turkish-Armenian peace
    lies, at this time when we are approaching 2015," the statement reads.

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