1. RedBloodedHound

    The Armenian Issue

    German MPs vote on Armenian 'genocide' amid Turkish fury - BBC News This is going to go down well.
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    EU urge Turkey to accept Armenian Genocide

    European Union lawmakers called on Turkey to acknowledge its historic responsibility for the massacre of Armenians during World War I, as the country’s past continued to cloud its bid to become an EU member. EU have apparently accepted that the massacre of Armenians by Turkey was genocide...
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    Fatih Akin's Armenian genocide epic

    “Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?” asked Adolf Hitler, and this mass murder in 1915 by the Ottomans of the minority Armenian population is still a hugely controversial subject, especially in Turkey where there is resistance to assuming a retrospective burden of...
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    Banned documentary in the US: The Armenian Revolt: 1894-1920

    Undisovered Armenian Issue (so-called genocide) - YouTube In the late 19th century, Armenian nationalist began to revolt against the Otoman Empire, spurred by Western political ideals and the desire for their own homeland. When World War I broke out, Russian troops invaded eastern turkey and...
  5. ceemac

    Worship to be allowed at Armenian church once a year in Van

    The Culture and Tourism Ministry will allow worship once a year at a church in Van, according to a statement released Thursday. Here C
  6. Firebrand

    US Congress panel accuses Turkey of Armenian 'genocide'

    News article on the BBC: BBC News - US Congress panel accuses Turkey of Armenian 'genocide' And an update on Turkey's reaction on the BBC: BBC News - Turkish anger at US Armenian 'genocide' vote
  7. ceemac

    The Armenian Community In Turkey

    The Armenian community in Turkey consists of about fifty thousand souls. It’s not easy to keep such a small community alive. Especially not for Armenians who live outside the strong Armenian community in Istanbul. A special report. Here C
  8. ceemac

    Armenian Children Forced to Read in Dark

    'Children from Armenia are attending classes and reading smuggled textbooks at an illegal school in the basement of a building in Istanbul. Forbidden to attend Armenian minority schools under the Lausanne Treaty and the Special Education Law, these children could not go to school even if the...
  9. Joe in Tasucu

    Tackling the Turkish (Armenian) taboo

    An interesting article in yesterday's Guardian. Robert Ellis: Tackling the Turkish taboo | Comment is free |
  10. SuperBogs

    Turkey objects to Obama's view of Armenian killings

    By Alexandra Hudson ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey on Saturday branded "unacceptable" parts of U.S. President Barack Obama's carefully worded statement on the mass killings of Armenians, stressing hundreds of thousands of Turks and Muslims also died. Obama avoided using the word genocide on...
  11. Martyn

    Turkey proposes better Armenian relations

    The Associated Press: Turkey says accord reached with Armenia on roadmap
  12. Acamas

    The Time newspaper article about Armenian Genocide allegation article attacked

    The Times article about Armenian Genocide allegation attacked I posted what I thought was an interesting article from The Times newspaper (UK). It was a factual reportage of a situation currently happening in Turkey. I thought that I had posted it in the correct Section. "THE TURKISH LIVING...
  13. Acamas

    Armenian Genocide?

    An article from today's London Times: Author the Turks tried gag refuses to rewrite history From Suna Erdem in Istanbul DAYS before he goes on trial for publicly discussing his country’s slaughter of a million Armenians by Ottoman Turks, Orhan Pamuk, the most prominent Turkish writer, sounds...
  14. merlin

    EU-Turkey & the Armenian Genocide....

    Newropeans Magazine Calls on Turkey to recognise the Armenian Genocide; considers this recognition to be a pre-requisite for accession to the European Union; European Parliament Resolution (28 September 2005). Across much of Europe, the last ten months have been buzzing with discussions about...
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