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  • Kurdish www recognizing 1915AG ?? >> to counter Turkish influence on Diaspora Muslims

    Please I would like to have Kurdish www pages recognizing the Armernian Genocide.

    This is what I have got (not much and it is in French) : http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad...s_9memoire.htm

    It is important to have such pages to show to Muslims who live in Europe or in America in order to avoid an automatic agreement because of religious ignorance.

    I am working on that :
    http://forum.hyeclub.com/showthread.php?t=14882

    Today the Turkish deniers will try to let Muslim Americans, Muslim French, etc., etc. to believe their lies as in 1915 Young Turks let the Kurds to perpetrate crimes against the Armenians.

    Please give me :
    - some Kurdish www pages recognizing 1915 AG
    - and also Turkish deniers meeting American Muslims Associations (in Mosques, etc., The Nation of Islam, etc.) in order to fool them.

    Thank you to help me. Nil (Paris - France)
    http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad...slam/0home.htm
    Last edited by CRDA-France; 07-15-2009, 07:44 AM.

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    Re: Kurdish www recognizing 1915AG ?? >> to counter Turkish influence on Diaspora Mus

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurdish...enian_genocide
    I hope this helps you a little.

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      Re: Kurdish www recognizing 1915AG ?? >> to counter Turkish influence on Diaspora Mus

      This helps a lot, Karabed. Abriss ! I am going immediately to tell my friends of the French Armenian forum !

      Մմիացած Հայերը, մենք միասին, պիտի յաջողինք !

      Nil (Paris)

      PS There is also this interesting page : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurdish-Armenian_relations
      http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad...e/kurdes_0.htm
      Last edited by CRDA-France; 07-16-2009, 11:22 AM.

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        Re: Kurdish www recognizing 1915AG ?? >> to counter Turkish influence on Diaspora Mus

        Pame che i am glad i could help you, The first link is interesting indeed, the second one is in French can't understand a thing.
        btw there are hardly any Kurds which don't recognize the Armenian genocide. Even Serok APO, leader of the PKK condemned the genocide and sent apologies to the Armenian President of Kurdish contribution in it.

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          Re: Kurdish www recognizing 1915AG ?? >> to counter Turkish influence on Diaspora Mus

          Originally posted by Karabed View Post
          How has that article escaped being deleted or merged?
          Plenipotentiary meow!

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            Re: Kurdish www recognizing 1915AG ?? >> to counter Turkish influence on Diaspora Mus

            Originally posted by Karabed View Post
            the second one is in French can't understand a thing.
            You can use this : http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en

            It is very convenient. Nil

            PS - As you are from the Netherlands, this will interest you :
            http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad...6_hollande.htm

            In XVIII century, there had been exchange of letters between Armenian Ghoukas Vanandatsi from Amsterdam with famous German scientist Leinniz :
            http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad...eibniz0128.htm
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            Last edited by CRDA-France; 07-16-2009, 11:57 AM.

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              Re: Kurdish www recognizing 1915AG ?? >> to counter Turkish influence on Diaspora Mus

              I have recently heard that there has been an Armenian Singer Aram Tigran singing in Kurdish and who unfortunately died some days ago :
              http://www.armenews.com/article.php3?id_article=53769

              I am finding other www pages on him :

              http://video.google.com/videosearch?...en&emb=0&aq=f#
              http://www.google.com/search?q=Aram%...=0&sa=N&tab=vw

              Nil (Paris)
              http://www.globalarmenianheritage-ad...e/kurdes_0.htm
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                Re: Kurdish www recognizing 1915AG ?? >> to counter Turkish influence on Diaspora Mus

                Gyulan Avci, kurd origin Representative in the Swedish Parliament http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&e...n+Avci&spell=1

                voted for the recognation of the 1915 AG : http://www.armenews.com/article.php3...echerche=suede

                Nil (Paris)
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                  Re: Kurdish www recognizing 1915AG ?? >> to counter Turkish influence on Diaspora Mus

                  100-AGED KURDISH WOMAN ON KILLINGS OF ARMENIANS

                  news.am
                  July 19 2010
                  Armenia

                  A 100-aged Kurdish woman residing in one of the Turkish provinces -
                  Tunceli (Dersim) has been looking for her family members for 72 years.

                  Dogru, 100, lost her family in the Dersim mass killings in 1938. She
                  said Kurdish citizens escaped from the Turkish soldiers, finding
                  shelter in forests and caves, but small children revealed their places
                  crying of hunger and fatigue. Thus, many mothers threw their children
                  in the river alive.

                  All the men were killed, she noted, adding that fate of hundreds of
                  girls is yet unclear. They are still missing. The woman stresses Kurds
                  never thought once they would also be the victims of similar massacres
                  perpetrated against Armenians. "During 1915 mass killings of Armenians
                  we kept silent. We lived with Armenians in the villages. Old people
                  did not understand why our Armenian friends were killed. In 25 years,
                  our turn came," Dogru emphasized.

                  The Turkish authorities vigorously suppressed uprising in Dersim
                  province, destroying thousands of villages. According to different
                  calculations, about 100,000 people were killed in Dersim.

                  Thousands of Armenians, those who survived through the 1915 Genocide
                  and managed to hide in Dersim villages suffered the second Genocide
                  in 1938.
                  Hayastan or Bust.

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                    Re: Kurdish www recognizing 1915AG ?? >> to counter Turkish influence on Diaspora Mus

                    Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                    100-AGED KURDISH WOMAN ON KILLINGS OF ARMENIANS

                    news.am
                    July 19 2010
                    Armenia

                    A 100-aged Kurdish woman residing in one of the Turkish provinces -
                    Tunceli (Dersim) has been looking for her family members for 72 years.

                    Dogru, 100, lost her family in the Dersim mass killings in 1938. She
                    said Kurdish citizens escaped from the Turkish soldiers, finding
                    shelter in forests and caves, but small children revealed their places
                    crying of hunger and fatigue. Thus, many mothers threw their children
                    in the river alive.

                    All the men were killed, she noted, adding that fate of hundreds of
                    girls is yet unclear. They are still missing. The woman stresses Kurds
                    never thought once they would also be the victims of similar massacres
                    perpetrated against Armenians. "During 1915 mass killings of Armenians
                    we kept silent. We lived with Armenians in the villages. Old people
                    did not understand why our Armenian friends were killed. In 25 years,
                    our turn came," Dogru emphasized.

                    The Turkish authorities vigorously suppressed uprising in Dersim
                    province, destroying thousands of villages. According to different
                    calculations, about 100,000 people were killed in Dersim.

                    Thousands of Armenians, those who survived through the 1915 Genocide
                    and managed to hide in Dersim villages suffered the second Genocide
                    in 1938.
                    tunceli(dersim) not kurdish.dersim are a lot of zazas.and zazas are not kurdish.they arent genocide.this is kurdistan propoganda.
                    Last edited by vampire06ank; 08-30-2010, 03:15 AM.

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