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All things related to Hryastan

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    Looks like the chosen people appointed an anti-Armenian, azeri loving defense minister.

    "Israel: The rise of the new 'messianic elite'
    Appointment of Avigdor Lieberman as defence minister suggests a change of elite within Israeli politics, analysts say."

    "JERUSALEM (Haaretz) — Meretz Party chairman MK Zehava Galon charged Wednesday that Avigdor Lieberman’s Yisrael Beiteinu party is getting financial support from Azerbaijan government officials in return for advancing Baku’s political and financial interests in Israel.

    According to Galon, Yisrael Beiteinu is supporting the interests of the Azeri national fuel company and has been actively working to prevent Israel from officially recognizing the Turkish genocide of Armenians during World War I, because of Azerbaijan’s territorial feud with Armenia."

    Was couple weeks ago the ADL was mumbling that they will recognize the Armenian Genocide. The usual good cop and bad cop games.


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      More sucking noises. This time from rabbis


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        "Trump and Armenia’s Occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh
        By Jason Katz
        Recently, Azerbaijan celebrated 25 years of independence from Soviet rule. Arguably Eurasia’s most Western-friendly and secular Muslim-majority nation, Azerbaijan has long fought another battle, one that the election of Donald Trump may shift: the occupation of its Nagorno-Karabakh region by Armenia.

        As the international community often does, a multilateral body was established to “solve” the problem following a bloody war from 1988 to 1992. For decades, the OSCE Minsk Group, co-chaired by Russia, France, and the U.S., has produced no demonstrable gains. Successive U.S. presidents have paid lip service to the Minsk Group and pleaded for time.

        The election of Donald Trump may be a game changer ..... You can read the rest of the jewish throw up , see link.

        Jason Katz is the principal of TSG, LLC, a strategic communications and political consultancy, specializing in the foreign policy and international relations spaces. For nearly a decade, he served as the Director of Governmental Relations and Public Affairs for the American Jewish Committee, based in Los Angeles."


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          A large gang of shabbat shalom embezzling over a $1 billion in Fraud. It seams this gang of Madoffs surfaced from low oil prices.

          Last edited by Azad; 12-19-2016, 02:20 PM.


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            "Washington Institute Asks Trump to ‘Guarantee’ He Will Block Armenian Genocide Resolution

            ANCA Calls on WINEP Executive Director, Robert Satloff, to Explain Why the Institute is Providing a Platform for Those Seeking to Block American Remembrance of Known Case of Genocide

            WASHINGTON (A.W.)—The Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) has called on United States President-Elect Donald J. Trump to “guarantee” to Turkey that the Armenian Genocide will not be properly acknowledged by the U.S. Congress, in a recently published set of proposals regarding “U.S. Policy on Turkey.”



            • Re: All things related to Hryastan

              Another payed Jew ranting on Armenians.



              • Re: All things related to Hryastan

                Originally posted by Azad View Post
                Another payed Jew ranting on Armenians.

                The money they steal from American taxpayers funds this garbage. So sad.
                Hayastan or Bust.


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                  The usual culprit. This Anti-Christian and Anti-Armenian has been going on for centuries.

                  "Israeli teen accused of making bomb threats to Jewish centers

                  A teenager who is a dual US-Israeli citizen was busted Thursday for the months-long series of bomb threats targeting Jewish community centers across the globe."



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                    The scale of this Anti Christian, Jewish plot?

                    "145 Bomb Threats Strike Jewish Community

                    Israel’s anti-fraud squad arrested a 19-year-old Israeli-American accused of making hundreds of threats to Jewish organizations in Europe, Australia and New Zealand over a period as long as three years. The teen remains uncooperative with the ongoing investigation, refusing to let officers search his computer and attempting to grab the firearm of the officer placing him under arrest