An Armenian gravestone was found in the town Khost, in Pakistan. The place has been under British rule in the 1800's. There is a railway line that the British laid
NKR Conflict - Historical and Internaitonal Law issues (A Thread) Artsakh is an integral part of historic Armenia. During the Urartian era (9-6th cc. B.C.) Artsakh was known as Urtekhe-Urtekhini.
Did you know that on 12/10/91, the people of #Artsakh held a democratic referendum for independence from #Azerbaijan following the collapse of the USSR? Did you know that on that
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April 24th is the day we honor the 1.5 million Armenians, Greeks, Assyrians, and others who were killed in the #ArmenianGenocide at the hands of the Ottoman Empire. This photo
If Azerbaijan loses, there will be a peace treaty.If the Armenians lose, there will be genocide. This may sound overtly dramatic, unless you are familiar with the region and don’t
While Lemkin himself cites the Armenians as a basis for the word "genocide," the historiography of an "Armenian Genocide" only came in the late 1970s, as 2nd generation Armenian-American historians
As suspected Israeli company personnel involved in suicide drone operations in #Karabakh http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.806579?v=DFF90F3018A6EE2AD2B33A41658570F4 -now public because two.. refused to carry out hit on Armenian position w / Orbite
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The colonization of the Armenian identity: a thread Prior to the Armenian Genocide, Armenia was comprised of the following regions: Western Armenia, Nakhichevan, Artsakh, and Eastern Armenia (modern day Armenia).
I wrote today about @JoeBiden's dog-bites-man delivery of a campaign promise, to call the Armenian genocide a "genocide," which is somethings that U.S. presidents usually talk up and almost never
So far, I have seen nothing to suggest that the vast majority of Azerbaijani society wouldn't be entirely comfortable with this state of affairs. Please prove me wrong.https://twitter.com/GArmasCardona/status/1319542665504063489 I'v
President Biden has just formally acknowledged and recognized the Armenian genocide.What this means: 1. For the first time in the history of the United States, it is the official position
With long-overdue #ArmenianGenocide recognition seemingly near, it's worth recalling the courage of US diplomats who in 1915 exposed the massacres in real-time, trying in vain to get Washington to help
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1 I highly recommend this conversation between two good friends, Mark Grigorian and Ron Suny on Armenian history, the Genocide and much else besides.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuLKfOW5444&list=PLN9zj4M88aUMp0zzF4NUH_8q-UxZHJkld&
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Armenians revolted against the Ottoman state of which they were citizens. They attacked and killed the Turks together with the Russian army in the WW1. Therefore the Ottoman state, deport
a thread of ways to help artsakh: donate to the himnadram for financial support to artsakh:https://www.himnadram.org/en write to your elected officials! we need government representation from all around the world.
The aftermath of genocide ripples across generations. Its impact is felt across all areas of life, sometimes manifesting in ways we still don’t understand, sometimes in the most accessible ways,