Thank You! Շնորհակալութիւններ

A big "Thank You" to the countless Armenians and non-Armenians who, for decades, have tirelessly battled Turkey's diplomatic, political, military, and financial clout to convince the world that Turkey committed genocide against Armenians. The rousing victories of the past few weeks are the result of the individual and collective perseverance of the sung and unsung fighters for the truth. Were it not for them the genocide of  our 1.5 million martyrs would have been tossed into the dustbin of history.

Bravo and Շնորհակալութիւններ.

…And now let's look beyond recognition.

A big "Thank You" to the countless Armenians and non-Armenians who, for decades, have tirelessly battled Turkey's diplomatic, political, military, and financial clout to convince the world that Turkey committed genocide against Armenians. The rousing victories of the past few weeks are the result of the individual and collective perseverance of the sung and unsung fighters for the truth. Were it not for them the genocide of  our 1.5 million martyrs would have been tossed into the dustbin of history.

Bravo and Շնորհակալութիւններ.

…And now let's look beyond recognition.

5 comments
  1. Thank You, Indeed

    What has come to my attention by most, if not all, organizations, diplomats, newscasters and the media in general, who have spoken about the Armenian Genocide, is the absence of that wretched word ''alleged''. The ''alleged'' Turkish genocide of the Armenians.  This word, so disturbing to my eyes and ears, as though we were making a big fuss about nothing, has not been used, at least in the news material and announcements that I have read so far during these past weeks. Instead, it has been replaced by a few with something similar to the following phraseology: "The Armenian genocide 'proven', 'authenticated', 'supported' by many historians and scholars".

    I have noticed even the BBC has avoided the word ''alleged''.

    Thank you all indeed!

    1. International Media

      Dear Vatché,

      Please check Position of the Media on the Genocide of Armenians compiled by Wikipedia. It's almost a comprehensive list of outlets and their position. We should look beyond recognition and take realistic steps of what can be achieved with the least cost and maximum efficiency, bearing in mind the geo-political climate that surrounds Armenia.

      Let's not get carried away by slogans and emotionally fulfilling dreams. Let's critically assess what actually we (Armenians) can do without relying on outside sources, otherwise we'll spend another century(ies) full of disappointments and without the motivation of the present generation.

  2. Absolutely

    I completely agree with you. Also I thank Keghart for its informative and enlightening website. The tide has turned on the recognition front. Now as we continue that work, let's work on the other R's ….. Restoration, restitution and reparation. May God bless our people and give us wisdom.

  3. Armenia has taken on the cause of all genocides

    Barring no other country Armenia is the only country that has taken up the cause of all genocides. Israel has failed miserably and Armenians have shown that the United States, the freedom loving country and leader of the free world has put its morality for sale to Turkey. Armenians have also shown tremendous unity, energy, resourcefulness and motivation on the world stage. From now on we must capitalize on what we have clearly demonstrated, to build our nation, to be strong, prosperous with all its assets in Armenia, Artsakh and the Diaspora, while not losing sight of its newly acquired mission to fight for the prevention, recognition and reparation of all genocides together with the aggrieved nations.

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