The U.S. House Recognizes the Armenian, Assyrian and Greek Genocide

A still frame from the 1919 documentary film Auction of Souls, which portrayed eye witnessed events from the Armenian Genocide, including stripped naked and crucified Christian girls. Source- https://www.raymondibrahim.com

OCP News Service - 30/10/2019 USA: The United States House of Representatives has officially passed a bill recognizing the Turkish Ottoman government genocide of the Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks. Armenian Genocide was one of the worst crimes against humanity, committed by the Ottoman Turks against the Armenian people in the Ottoman Empire during the the.W.W. I. Syriacs, ...

Assyrians, Armenians, Greeks Commemorate Genocide in Los Angeles

AINA - April 2017 Los Angeles (AINA) -- "We have made a clean sweep of the Armenians and Assyrians of Azerbaijan" -- Those were the words of Djevdet Bey, the governor of Van Province in Ottoman Turkey, who on April 24, 1915 lead 20,000 Turkish soldiers and 10,000 Kurdish irregulars in the opening act of the ...

100 Years of Turkish Genocide

21/4/15 (AINA) -- On April 24, 1915 the Turkish genocide of Assyrians, Greeks and Armenians began very simply, without pomp and circumstance. "We have made a clean sweep of the Armenians and Assyrians of Azerbaijan." Those were the words of Djevdet Bey, the governor of Van Province in Ottoman Turkey, who on April 24, 1915 lead ...

US Senator Ted Cruz Calls for Recognition of Armenian, Assyrian and Greek Genocide

http://anca.orgĀ - 20/4/15 WASHINGTON -- Republican Presidential Candidate, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) today marked the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide with a statement calling for the proper recognition of the massacre of Armenian, Assyrian and other Christian peoples as genocide, reported the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA). Sen. Cruz's statement, addressed to the Armenian Church of Austin, ...

European Parliament Votes to Recognize Armenian, Assyrian, Greek Genocide

BRUSSELS/ISTANBUL (Reuters) -- The European Parliament backed a motion on Wednesday that calls the massacre a century ago of up to 1.5 million Armenians by Ottoman Turkish forces a "genocide", days after Pope Francis triggered fury in Turkey by using the same term. Although the resolution repeated language previously adopted by the parliament in 1987, it ...