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  • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
    Funny you say that, cuz there's many "palestinians" living in israel right now, and they call themselves arab israelies. they have citizenship.
    You forgot to read the rest of the statement....
    "Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you're a man, you take it." ~Malcolm X

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    • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

      Anyway, I hope Israel finishes this "palestinian" menace once and for all. Cast Lead 2 should commence soon. You have to admire Israel's patience for all this time.

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      • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

        Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
        Anyway, I hope Israel finishes this "palestinian" menace once and for all. Cast Lead 2 should commence soon. You have to admire Israel's patience for all this time.
        That's what Turks were saying in 1915....
        Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
        ---
        "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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        • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

          Originally posted by Mos View Post
          That's what Turks were saying in 1915....
          Except the part that armenians weren't terrorists and didn't hate turks and wished their demise as a state.

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          • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

            armenian support for zionist atrocities, this is beyond pathetic. seems like the spiritual "leaders" are not the only one to have lost their "moral compass".

            Rev 17:2 With her the kings of the earth committed adultery, and the inhabitants of the earth were intoxicated with the wine of her adulteries.

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            • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

              Originally posted by Persepolis
              It is still hard to understand why Iranian-Armenians 'in the diaspora' didn't move back to Armenia before the AG or after Russia took over prior to the USSR or after 20 years of independence.
              You answered your own question. Armenia was split between Turkey, Iran and Russia for a long time. There were multiple military takeovers, genocides, Bolshevik revolutions, breakdown of USSR... the amount of political and social upheavals is the main reason why people don't move back. The other is financial, and the other reason is convenience. People tend to get comfortable and complacent when they move to a place that is politically stable and affords economic opportunities to the average citizen without the danger of military threats or economic embargos. They become even more complacent the more time they spend in these places.

              Maybe you can answer why hundreds of thousands of Persians live on the US west coast. They are mostly affluent, yet they try to stay as far away from Iran as they can, despite Iran not having half the problems Armenia has. I ask this as someone who respects Iranians and thinks Iran is strategically vital for Armenia's survival. My point is that every country has people who move out and never look back, even if they are good countries to live in, and especially if they have problems on the scale that Armenia has.



              Originally posted by Persepolis
              Armenia is not the Gaza strip and lacks the hardships that exist in Gaza. If a foreigner can move to Armenia, an Armenian can move there.
              Armenia shares many similarities to the Gaza strip. Where else in the world does a territory have at least 80% of its borders blockaded, is landlocked, is without natural resources, has a dwindling population, and is in a constant state of war surrounded by enemy forces hundreds of times its strength? The only real difference between Armenia and Gaza is that Armenia has one of the strongest powers in the world as its protector. If you take that factor away then Armenia would be just as bad, if not worse than Gaza.



              I think in your effort to show a deep historic connection between Armenians and Iranians you made the mistake of overstepping and claiming Armenians are an Iranic people. Now obviously we have borrowed many things from each other, not just Iran influencing Armenia but also Armenia influencing Iran. This doesn't mean Armenians are Iranic any more than Iranians are Armenoids. I also disagree with some of the historical claims you made in regards to the genocide. I generally like your anti-Turanian, anti-Zionist and pro-Iran-Armenia messages.
              Mass Murderers Agree: Gun Control Works!

              Ten soldiers wisely led, will beat a hundred without a head.

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              • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

                Originally posted by arakeretzig
                Except the part that armenians weren't terrorists and didn't hate turks and wished their demise as a state.
                If you asked Turks back then or even now, they will claim all our freedom fighters are terrorists and that we wanted to massacre Turks and destroy their state. Its called delusion and self-deception. And if you honestly think Armenians have more in common with Israelis than with Palestinians, then you need to read about Armenian history, Palestinian history, the history of Pan-Turkism and the history of Zionism. If thats too difficult for you, just have a conversation with an Armenian from Jerusalem.

                Btw, you misspelled your username. Its spelled Ara Keghetsig, not Ara Keretsig, unless you're trying to imply he moved to America and put on 20 pounds.
                Mass Murderers Agree: Gun Control Works!

                Ten soldiers wisely led, will beat a hundred without a head.

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                • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

                  Originally posted by ArmSurvival View Post
                  Btw, you misspelled your username. Its spelled Ara Keghetsig, not Ara Keretsig, unless you're trying to imply he moved to America and put on 20 pounds.
                  who gives a xxxx?

                  Originally posted by ArmSurvival View Post
                  f you asked Turks back then or even now, they will claim all our freedom fighters are terrorists and that we wanted to massacre Turks and destroy their state. Its called delusion and self-deception. And if you honestly think Armenians have more in common with Israelis than with Palestinians, then you need to read about Armenian history, Palestinian history, the history of Pan-Turkism and the history of Zionism. If thats too difficult for you, just have a conversation with an Armenian from Jerusalem.
                  let's see. Our armenian fighters, did they target a school bus on it's way to school? Did they fire a rocket blindly on civilians? Did they massacre a whole family for no reason other than they're turks?
                  Last edited by arakeretzig; 04-10-2011, 12:39 PM.

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                  • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

                    Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
                    who gives a xxxx?


                    let's see. Our armenian fighters, did they target a school bus on it's way to school? Did they fire a rocket blindly on civilians? Did they massacre a whole family for no reason other than they're turks?
                    Wow the ignorance is just breathtaking.. Are you comparing the occasional rockets with Israeli bombs, a whole family with hundreds or thousands of people being killed? Seeing your kind, we must admit the Zionists have really done/are doing a 'good' job...

                    If there's anything to compare, it would be the Palestinian Genocide with the Armenian Genocide.

                    Originally posted by ArmSurvival View Post
                    Btw, you misspelled your username. Its spelled Ara Keghetsig, not Ara Keretsig, unless you're trying to imply he moved to America and put on 20 pounds.
                    I think he has considered a French pronunciation.
                    Last edited by Lucin; 04-10-2011, 01:29 PM.

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                    • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

                      Originally posted by Lucin View Post
                      Are you comparing the occasional rockets with Israeli bombs, a whole family with hundreds or thousands of people being killed?
                      Israel only attacks in retaliation and self-defense to provocations. The so called "palestinian" freedom fighers use civilians as shield. what else you want Israel to do? take it like sitting ducks and not protect their citizens? Your hypocrisy is showing.

                      If "palestinians" want peace, they can have it tomorrow. But they don't want peace with Israel, they want peace without israel. That's why there will never be peace.

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