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International Genocide Recognition

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  • Hovik
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    State of Ohio to pass Armenian Genocide resolution

    State of Ohio to pass Armenian Genocide resolution

    03.02.2006 15:57

    YEREVAN (YERKIR) - Todd Book, the deputy minority leader of the Ohio
    State Assembly, submitted a draft resolution to the State Assembly on
    February 1, which, if passed, designate April 24 the day of remembrance
    of the Armenian Genocide.

    "April 24 is declared the day of remembrance of the Armenian Genocide
    to mark the 1.5 million Armenians killed in the Ottoman Empire,"
    the resolution says.

    Speaking to Radio Liberty, Armenian National Committee of America
    representative Elizabeth Chouldjian said the text is very simple. The
    ANCA has sent appreciation letters to the Ohio State Assembly.

    "We are working towards encouraging 40,000-50,000 Armenians of Ohio
    to urge other lawmakers to vote in favor of the resolution," Doug
    Jorjarian, the ANCA Eastern Region director said.

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  • Hovik
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    Genocide Topic Refers Both Historians And Public: French Fm

    GENOCIDE TOPIC REFERS BOTH HISTORIANS AND PUBLIC: FRENCH FM

    YEREVAN, FEBRUARY 3. ARMINFO. After the Year of Armenia in France
    is celebrated in April-November 2006, in 2007 France will mark the
    Year of Turkey, French Foreign Minister Phillip Doust-Blazy told his
    Turkish colleague Abdulah Gul in Ankara, writes The Hurriet.

    Asked about the Armenian Genocide of 1915 at a press conference after
    the meeting, the French foreign minister said the EU members have
    reached agreement and mutual understanding on this issue. It is time
    to raise and discuss in detail the coordinated topics, he said. Such
    topics refer not only historians but also the public, the foreign
    minister added. Phillip Doust-Blazy pointed out the importance of
    definite progress in Turkey in the issue of Armenian Genocide. He
    said the country supports the idea of further discussion of Genocide
    topic in the public. He noted that the law adopted in France in 2001
    displays the attitude of the French public to the tragedy of 1915.

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  • RUDO
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    Originally posted by Gavur
    And some Sunnis
    Never by Shias
    Yes sunnis use gavur for chrıstıans jewish and also Shias(Alevis in Turkey)Do you know alevis?
    I am alevi so sometimes Sunnis say me gavur also.

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  • RUDO
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    Originally posted by Gavur
    No!
    I was told it was by (mostly Donme) Moslems
    Gavur is used for people who are not muslims in turkey.

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  • Gavur
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    And some Sunnis
    Never by Shias

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  • Gavur
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    No!
    I was told it was by (mostly Donme) Moslems

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  • RUDO
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    Originally posted by Gavur
    Thanks for it Gavur.Is your real name Gavur?(I wonder)

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  • Gavur
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    Rudo
    http://www.answers.com/armenian%20genocide

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  • RUDO
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    Originally posted by Gavur
    Why dont you go to Istanbul go ask an Armenian after making friends with him then ask him why dont you?
    Do you know how hard to find an armenian in turkey?I haven't even met an armenian in my life.I don't understand your sentence.what don't ı do?

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  • Gavur
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    Why dont you go to Istanbul go ask an Armenian after making friends with him then ask him why dont you?

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