Genocide 1915

Armenian Genocide Information
The Armenian Genocide of 1915 carried out by the Ottoman Empire is a historical fact. Despite Turkish denials, it is unanimously verified by the International Association of Genocide Scholars and accepted by nations that uphold moral responsibility above political gain.

Today in Genocide History

7/23/1915
The Italian consul at Trebizond reports about the barbarities he had witnessed.
7/23/1915
The seventh anniversary of the 1908 restoration of the liberal Constitution of 1876 is celebrated.
7/23/1916
In order to further the Islamization and Turkification of the Armenian remnants in the Hawran District, all the Armenian clerics found there are murdered by the Turks.
7/23/1916
The proposal is made to the Armenian military doctors in Sivas that they become Muslims. Almost all refuse and are at once killed.

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The Forgotten Genocide

For most people April 24th is just another day, not very different from any other, but for various Armenian communities around the world, including the large community of Armenians living in the greater Los Angeles area, it is a day of remembrance of their 1.5 million countrymen who were victims of brutal mass murders during World War I. Armenia is a nation that has had its hills painted with the blood of its people for thousands of years. Yet, though its song and dance have helped it overcome its horrific past, the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by the Turkish Ottoman Empire is a page of its past that just simply cannot be turned with ease.

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Armenian Genocide Quotes

"Like the genocide of the Armenians before it, and the genocide of the Cambodians which followed it, . . . the lessons of the Holocaust must never be forgotten."
-- Ronald Reagan
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