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    • Vartan
    • 27.08.07 | 06:11 (IDT)

    My Armenian grandfather fought Nazis in WW2, he walked from Stalingrad to Berlin. He was prohibiting us at home even to use pens that were made in Germany. My father was a POW in Buchenvald camp. All our family friends were and are Jews and the Armenian Genocide Monument in Yerevan was home for the small Jewish community to mourn the dead of holocost. There's not a single Armenian family on this planet Earth that didn't suffer from Genocide DIRECTLY...go to youtube and see what your modern day turks are saying about genocide. they are not hiding it. they say we did and the mistake was that we didn't finish the job. now imagine you reading Nazis who are dreaming of putting your kids back to Dachau. I hardly believe that you'd feel love and peace for them, the small turkish inteligencia who aknowldeges what had happened has no voice in that babrbaric country...do u understand why we feel so weary. and now even our jewish brethren is betraying us supposedly for political reasons. this

    from the article: Peres to Turks: Our stance on Armenian issue hasn't changed
    First published 00:00 26.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 26.08.07
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