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Our Dead have Names» All-Armenian campaign going on

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  • Our Dead have Names» All-Armenian campaign going on

    «Our Dead have Names» All-Armenian campaign going on
    21.04.2007 16:25 GMT+04:00

    /PanARMENIAN.Net/ In connection with the 92nd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, proceeds with “Our Dead have Names” campaign, independent French journalist Jean Eckian told PanARMENIAN.Net. Visiting the web site you can write in the name of the person who gave life for our homeland. The Urgent Appeal to Sons and Daughters of the Armenian Genocide Survivors says,

    “4000 years of history reduced to nothing in a matter of months by the most heinous crime that a population could experience. A genocide that does not finish wreaking havoc until reaching the very
    core of the Diaspora by the aggression of a state that does not want to accept the truth. A genocide that wants to reduce to nothing not just the words like those of the late Hrant Dink, but also the ancient Armenian culture, as if these people had never lived in Asia Minor. As if they had never even existed… since according to certain Turkish’s intellectuals, a majority of the local population never learnt about their history from school books…

    For several years, the Diaspora has already been fighting from all angles the Turkish state and small extremist group revisionism that would like to silence the just demands of the descendants of those who survived the first genocide of the 20th century. To do this, they are going to great lengths in referring to them in the politics of the free states and confronting those who recognize that one day back in 1915, April 24, following the 1894–1897 massacres, a plan was implemented to exterminate the Armenians under cover of the First World War.

    Why this reminder that each one of us, by transference, has been living a life of sorrow for almost a century?

    Because, like all Armenians, we long for nothing else than to bring victory to an irrefutable truth. The great majority of our population must participate in the struggle started by the representative organizations, who are testifying to the tragedy that they suffered first hand themselves by making the honorary gesture of creating a memorial to bear the Names of the Martyrs eternally on

    This contribution is a moral obligation for those who can bring together by number and name those members of their families who suffered this unspeakable crime against humanity, termed "genocide" by Raphael Lemkin.

    Thanks to its database and its internal messaging service, about 20 dispersed people have been able to retrace members of their family since this website was set up. It is also one of the sources with the most information on the diaspora’s activities to raise awareness about the Armenian Genocide.

    Furthermore, you can download an exclusive slide show rendering an account of the tribute paid to journalist Hrant Dink by Armenians from more than 20 countries.

    In 2015 we hope to have registered one million names of those who suffered the ultimate sacrifice and to whom we simply must pay tribute. It is time for each one of us to realize that by hiding our nation’s past, it will sooner or later become obscured in the consciences of our descendants in centuries to come. The time is here and now for the Armenian people to act in order to stop the violence.

    To refrain would be to abandon your own identity by leaving a gaping hole to swallow up the most grievous abuse.

    Each name registered is a cry from the depths (the source of the truth). is supported by Charles Aznavour and many leaders of the Diaspora around the world.”