Leader of Armenian Christians to visi...

Leader of Armenian Christians to visit South Florida churches

There are 24 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Oct 13, 2007, titled Leader of Armenian Christians to visit South Florida churches. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

He may be the spiritual leader of the world's 7 million Armenian Christians, but he also loves pizza.

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Truth

Port Jefferson Station, NY

#25 Nov 1, 2007
Turks found mass graves all over the country belong to Turks who massacred by Armenians, Turkish government publish the places and the pictures, Armenians have no shame to copy this pictures and use this pictures to change some countries opinion.

Armenians again using Karabag genocide pictures..
Unbelievable, this Armenians really scamp back of this world, I hope god put them in septic where they belong.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Turkish Fraud

United States

#26 Nov 2, 2007
Truth wrote:
Turks found mass graves all over the country belong to Turks who massacred by Armenians, Turkish government publish the places and the pictures, Armenians have no shame to copy this pictures and use this pictures to change some countries opinion.
Armenians again using Karabag genocide pictures..
Unbelievable, this Armenians really scamp back of this world, I hope god put them in septic where they belong.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =SEcUx9YeH4sXX&mode=relate d&search=
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Why should anyone ever believe anything you and your lying goverment say !

As to your baseless allegations
Prove it ,dimwit slanderer,
like I proved what falsifier you are in front of the whole world!
Shame on yopur parents!

.http://www.topix.com/world/ar menia/2007/04/ar ...
Muahahahahahahaha!
Turkish Facts

Coburg, Australia

#27 Jan 12, 2012
Turkey (officially the Republic of Turkey) is a Eurasian country that is bordered by eight other countries. Here are some interesting and fun facts about Turkey.

Interesting Facts About Turkey

The CIA classifies Turkey as a developed country.
The most popular sport in Turkey is soccer (football). The Turkish Football team came third in the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Basketball and volleyball are also popular sports.
Noah’s Ark landed on Mount Ararat, which is located in Eastern Turkey.
Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey by population, is the only city in the world which is built on two continents (Asia and Europe).
Every fit Turkish male is required to serve in the military for some time. This can range from 3 weeks to 15 months, depending on the education of the person.
Turkey is divided into 81 different provinces.
Over 71 million people live in Turkey.
95% of Turkish people believe that there is a God. 99% of people identify themselves as Muslim.
Just under 80% of Turkish women are literate.
The average life expectancy is just over 73 years.
Over 30 million tourists visited Turkey in 2008.
July and August are the driest months in Turkey. May is usually the wettest month.
Every Turkish citizen over the age of 18 has the right to vote.
In Turkey, you drive on the right hand side of the road.
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Lambroni Ardziv

Houston, TX

#29 Jan 19, 2012
Turkish Facts wrote:
Turkey (officially the Republic of Turkey) is a Eurasian country that is bordered by eight other countries. Here are some interesting and fun facts about Turkey.
Interesting Facts About Turkey
The CIA classifies Turkey as a developed country.
The most popular sport in Turkey is soccer (football). The Turkish Football team came third in the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Basketball and volleyball are also popular sports.
Noah’s Ark landed on Mount Ararat, which is located in Eastern Turkey.
Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey by population, is the only city in the world which is built on two continents (Asia and Europe).
Every fit Turkish male is required to serve in the military for some time. This can range from 3 weeks to 15 months, depending on the education of the person.
Turkey is divided into 81 different provinces.
Over 71 million people live in Turkey.
95% of Turkish people believe that there is a God. 99% of people identify themselves as Muslim.
Just under 80% of Turkish women are literate.
The average life expectancy is just over 73 years.
Over 30 million tourists visited Turkey in 2008.
July and August are the driest months in Turkey. May is usually the wettest month.
Every Turkish citizen over the age of 18 has the right to vote.
In Turkey, you drive on the right hand side of the road.
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turkey a developed country hahaha hohoho hihihi lokk at the source qouted CIA they were wrong abou Saddam have nucler bombs biological weapons of mass destruction CIA is an unreliable source and you are the product of a mother that belongs to the 20% illiterate turkish group since you claim turkey is a developed country what are you doing in AUSTRALIA

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