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  • Re: Hidden "Armenians" in Turkey....

    heyyyy i am turkish i have alot of armenian friends....yes yes yyes something happend..who knows? .....but i dont like to treat armenians badly...i have really good friends that are armenian....and they are allll nice....and i think the turkish government is starting to wear down....pretty soon the govnt will prob take over....but no-no turk treats an armenian badly...sure theres differnces but no- no turk would do such a thing as to raise an armenian secretly....turkeys a republic

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    • Re: Hidden "Armenians" in Turkey....

      Man there are not many Armenians left in Turkey how the hell do all these turks always have like 5 armenian friends each? Do you mean that you have 5 Turkish friends who are Genetically Armenian or Greek who have been brain washed think they are mongol turk? That makes more sense

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      • Re: Hidden "Armenians" in Turkey....

        look!!!armenian stupid gays.You didn't understand history and you will not anytime.Because you are miserable and you are cursed race!!


        TANRI TÜRK'Ü KORUSUN VE YÜCELTSİN!!!
        TÜRK'ÜN LANETİ ÜZERİNİZE OLSUN!

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        • Re: Hidden "Armenians" in Turkey....

          This is interesting. Maybe this guy will start a trend.
          More Rabiz for Armenia

          Turkish Singer Applies to be Armenian

          ISTANBUL (Combined Sources)--A local musician in the eastern province of Malatya applied to court Wednesday to get a name change, declaring that he was really an Armenian.
          Kazim Akinci, who lives with his mother and makes a living selling his albums, said his family hid the fact that they were Armenian Christians, but had decided to stop hiding his true identity after Turkish journalist of Armenian decent Hrant Dink was murdered by Turkish Nationalists early last year.
          He applied to a Malatya court to change his name to Sarkis Nerseyan and went to the local population registry to change the religion section of his passport card from Muslim to Christian.

          In an interview with Turkish DHA news agency he said he his family hid his true identity for years out of feer.
          He said his sadness over Dink' murder had made him decide to declare his identity. "I make a living by selling my albums. I am well liked by those around me. They like me not because I am 'Kazim' or 'Sarkis.' I am liked because of my personality. There is no reason for fear or hiding."
          Dink was shot and killed in front of the office of the weekly Armenian newspaper Agos in January 2007 by an ultra-nationalist teenager. Dink was also found guilty of insulting Turkishness by a court.
          Malatya made the headlines in April last year when five ultra-nationalists raided the offices of a publishing house, murdering two Turkish Christian converts and a German national, all of whom were working as Christian missionaries.


          Friday, May 30, 2008
          ԼՈԼ, Փեփսի Ատտիքթ

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          • Re: Hidden "Armenians" in Turkey....

            TO BLUEWOLF:

            I too was born in Turkey and was raised a Turk. Recently I found out about my Armenian ancestery. For your information, next time you meet a Sinan in Turkey, and there are thousands of people with that last name, remember that the "Sinans" wer and are an Armenian family. Every Sinan in Turkey is an Armenian, most know of this fact, even I was surprised fellow Turks who openly proclaimed that the Sinans are Turkified Armenians. Having said that, we don't need more animosity between Turks and Armenians. I live in Turkey, served in the armed forces(leutenant), but will never forget where i came from..

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            • Re: Hidden "Armenians" in Turkey....

              Originally posted by Sinan View Post
              TO BLUEWOLF:

              I too was born in Turkey and was raised a Turk. Recently I found out about my Armenian ancestery. For your information, next time you meet a Sinan in Turkey, and there are thousands of people with that last name, remember that the "Sinans" wer and are an Armenian family. Every Sinan in Turkey is an Armenian, most know of this fact, even I was surprised fellow Turks who openly proclaimed that the Sinans are Turkified Armenians. Having said that, we don't need more animosity between Turks and Armenians. I live in Turkey, served in the armed forces(leutenant), but will never forget where i came from..

              If you consider turkey as your nation then you are NOT an Armenian, end of story and you may as well sever any connection you have with "Armenianess"!
              For the first time in more than 600 years, Armenia is free and independent, and we are therefore obligated
              to place our national interests ahead of our personal gains or aspirations.



              http://www.armenianhighland.com/main.html

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              • Re: Hidden "Armenians" in Turkey....

                Originally posted by Armanen View Post
                If you consider turkey as your nation then you are NOT an Armenian, end of story and you may as well sever any connection you have with "Armenianess"!
                Agreed
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                • Re: Hidden "Armenians" in Turkey....

                  Originally posted by Armanen View Post
                  If you consider turkey as your nation then you are NOT an Armenian, end of story and you may as well sever any connection you have with "Armenianess"!
                  You are not in position to tell who is armenian or not. Got it?

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                  • Re: Hidden "Armenians" in Turkey....

                    Originally posted by Կարմիր Բ View Post
                    You are not in position to tell who is armenian or not. Got it?
                    This Australian Aboriginal claims Armenian ancestry to...who are we to say he's not Armenian?

                    ԼՈԼ, Փեփսի Ատտիքթ

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                    • Re: Hidden "Armenians" in Turkey....

                      If he does then that is good. The more soldiers, the better. Only fifth columnists would reject someone who regards himself as Armenian.

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