Tragedy of Armenian Christians

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  1. LadyEagle

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    http://www.geocities.com/master8885/Cox/baroness_caroline_cox.html


    http://www.hri.org/docs/Horton/HortonBook.htm

    DEFEATING GENOCIDE: ANALYSIS OF ETHNIC CONFLICTS IN NAGORNO KARABAKH AND KOSOVO

    http://www.cilicia.com/DGindex.htm

    Armenian Genocide pre-WWI:

    http://www.armenian-genocide.org/genocidefaq.html

    Armenian Genocide 1300 to 1923:

    http://www.armenian-genocide.org/ottoman.html

    http://www.dailystar.com.lb/article.asp?edition_id=10&categ_id=2&article_id=81616
     
  2. Eliyahu

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    I think the Armenian Genocide was culminated in 1915 during WWI.
    Turkey is trying to bid for the membership of EU, but their human rights and the religious freedom are the main problems which can hardly meet the guideline of EU.
    The cruelty of the recent attack onto the Christian bookstore shows how and what they are.

    I have felt great sympathy with Armenians since I learned about their tragedy. The book " The Key of Truth" tells us the great Christianity outside the Roman Empire during 8-9c AD, which was discovered in 1895 translated by Conybeare. I guess there have been the great Christian believers during 1c-11c AD since Apostle Paul preached Galatia and Kappadokia area.

    Here are some I know about:

    http://www.welcometoarmenia.com/

    http://www.mensviventer.no/mvv46/armenia.html
    http://www.welcometoarmenia.com/christian_links_armenian.htm

    US tolerated or condoned Turkey during the Cold War though it had a lot of problems with Human Rights, Religious rights, and with Kurdish people, as it bordered with Russia. Now Turkey try to recover its great Empire territory by embracing Tajikstan etc. I think US has to change the stance on Turkey and on Armenian issue.
     
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  3. SBCPreacher

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    Our church sponsors a church planter in Armenia. He is an Armenian who has been trained in the Baptist Seminary there. The reports we get back from him and the leader of the Baptist Convention there is that revival is breaking out in many places there. Yes, they face many political and economic problems, the the Spirit of God is at work there in a powerful way.
     

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