Rasool Armenians of Kurdistan mark the 100th anniversary of the Armenian massacre
Turkey has fiercely lobbied to prevent countries, including the Holy See, from officially recognizing the Armenian massacre
as genocide and reacted strongly to Francis' declaration.
Due to the Armenian massacre
there is something of human rights in our alphabet, [that is] if there are human rights.
Born in 1908 in Armenia, Karsh escaped the Armenian massacre
and eventually made his way to Canada in 1924, where he apprenticed with his uncle.
Ethnic victims of genocide, humanitarian activists and scholars say the continued refusal by some countries to use the ``g'' word when referring to the Armenian massacre
is a reason why genocides occurred with increasing frequency at the end of the 20th century and the early part of this century -- in Cambodia, Rwanda, Kosovo, Darfur.
Ankara has taken measures against all countries that label the Armenian massacre
as a genocide, including France and Italy, whose Parliaments recognized the genocide publicly.
The role of Israeli lobbies in the US is a case in point,  particularly since the issue of the Armenian massacre
was raised in the US Congress, forced Turkish society to question the role of those lobbies.
The Armenian head of state delivered his address, in which he linked, once again, the reason why the world ought to remember the Armenian massacre
, so that fresh ones are not committed.
i] Thomas de Waal, "The G-Word: The Armenian Massacre
and the Politics of Genocide," Foreign Affairs, Dec.
Narsik Gharib can remember TurkeyYs Armenian massacre
, and he seemed anxious about rampant religious extremism and the staging of military operations by Turkey in Kurdistan Region.
Critics say Steinmeier has changed his recent position on the characterization of the Armenian massacre
dating back 100 years ago and that his statement will strengthen the hand of German lawmakers who are preparing to discuss on Friday a parliamentary resolution to label the slaughter of Ottoman Armenians in 1915 as genocide, as Armenians around the world refer to the mass killings.
While the population of Khojali was around 10,000, the population dropped to around 4,000 after the Armenian massacre