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There are 6 comments on the ARMINFO news agency story from Feb 12, 2013, titled Kiro Manoyan: Attacking Armenians in Turkey is reflection of.... In it, ARMINFO news agency reports that:

Attacking Armenians in Turkey is reflection of anti-Armenian propaganda and ideology conducted in this country, which was born at the time of government of Young Turks and has been developing to the present time, the head of the Hay Dut Yerevan office, Kiro Manoyan, said at today's press-conference. "Unfortunately, the Turkish authorities have been ... (more)

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#1 Feb 13, 2013
vay KIRO vay

Morelia, Mexico

#3 Feb 13, 2013
Mano is right, many Turks are indoctrinated, the values of humanism far beyond their grasp, recognition of this indoctrination is new and yet seriously limited in the Turkish society.
I wish good luck to liberal Turks in forming a new and civilized society.

Istanbul, Turkey

#4 Feb 13, 2013
Armenians talking about being indoctrinated.There is no other group of people on this planet which is more brainwashed and indoctrinated for generations with fabricated genocide fairy tales than Armenians.

Search for Armenian-Nazi collaboration and how they took part in jewish holocaust.Thats why Hitler called them Aryan pure.Because of Armenian services in the SS during world war 2.Because of Hitler's political title he gave to them, today there are no minorities left in Armenia.A foreigner non-Armenian cant even go to a post office today in Yerevan.

Armenians should accept their barbaric crimes they committed against Turks in Anatolia and against Azeri Turks in Karabagh.Armenia is the slave of world wide diaspora and ASALA terror.Thats why if the so called genocide allegations come to an end, they wont have any job left to do.Thats why in more than 90 years Armenia didnt take their case to any war crime tribunal.Only weak parliamentary resolutions and political lobbies.

The day Armenia opens offical state archives, everybody will see who committed genocide against whom under what kind of conditions.But they will never do that because nobody will care about Armenia without their genocide lies they keep the world busy with.Armenians are massive liars.

Western imperialists turn blind eye to greek and armenian barbarism and genocides against Turks

Morelia, Mexico

#5 Feb 14, 2013

Dear Prime Minister Erdogan,

We are writing you this open letter in response to your call for an "impartial study by historians" concerning the fate of the Armenian people in the Ottoman Empire during World War I.

We represent the major body of scholars who study genocide in North America and Europe. We are concerned that in calling for an impartial study of the Armenian Genocide you may not be fully aware of the extent of the scholarly and intellectual record on the Armenian Genocide and how this event conforms to the definition of the United Nations Genocide Convention. We want to underscore that it is not just Armenians who are affirming the Armenian Genocide but it is the overwhelming opinion of scholars who study genocide: hundreds of independent scholars, who have no affiliations with governments, and whose work spans many countries and nationalities and the course of decades. The scholarly evidence reveals the following:

On April 24, 1915, under cover of World War I, the Young Turk government of the Ottoman Empire began a systematic genocide of its Armenian citizens — an unarmed Christian minority population. More than a million Armenians were exterminated through direct killing, starvation, torture, and forced death marches. The rest of the Armenian population fled into permanent exile. Thus an ancient civilization was expunged from its homeland of 2,500 years.

The Armenian Genocide was the most well-known human rights issue of its time and was reported regularly in newspapers across the United States and Europe. The Armenian Genocide is abundantly documented by thousands of official records of the United States and nations around the world including Turkey’s wartime allies Germany, Austria and Hungary, by Ottoman court-martial records, by eyewitness accounts of missionaries and diplomats, by the testimony of survivors, and by decades of historical scholarship.

The Armenian Genocide is corroborated by the international scholarly, legal, and human rights community:

Polish jurist Raphael Lemkin, when he coined the term genocide in 1944, cited the Turkish extermination of the Armenians and the Nazi extermination of the Jews as defining examples of what he meant by genocide.
The killings of the Armenians is genocide as defined by the 1948 United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.
In 1997 the International Association of Genocide Scholars, an organization of the world’s foremost experts on genocide, unanimously passed a formal resolution affirming the Armenian Genocide.
126 leading scholars of the Holocaust including Elie Wiesel and Yehuda Bauer placed a statement in the New York Times in June 2000 declaring the "incontestable fact of the Armenian Genocide" and urging western democracies to acknowledge it.
The Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide (Jerusalem), and the Institute for the Study of Genocide (NYC) have affirmed the historical fact of the Armenian Genocide.
Leading texts in the international law of genocide such as William A. Schabas's Genocide in International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2000) cite the Armenian Genocide as a precursor to the Holocaust and as a precedent for the law on crimes against humanity.

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Istanbul, Turkey

#6 Feb 14, 2013
LoL Another Armenian Diaspora maniac being in denial of crimes of Armenian barbarians.
Comparing Armenians and what nazis did to jews.Did jews kill 518.000 germans like Armenian barbarians did to Turks?
disgusting hypocrites

Morelia, Mexico

#7 Feb 14, 2013

ANKARA, Turkey (A.W.)—In a report about Erdogan and the AK Party after two years in power, U.S. Ambassador to Turkey Eric Edelman notes that the study of history in the country is subject to “to rigid taboos, denial, fears, and mandatory gross distortions,” noting that without facing its past, Turkey cannot take on the challenge of becoming an EU member.“Until Turkey can reconcile itself to its past, including the troubling aspects of its Ottoman past, in free and open debate, how will Turkey reconcile itself to the concept and practice of reconciliation in the EU?” he says.

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