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Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Arabs recognise, "Israelis" and Jews deny

More on the Armenian Genocide:
12 Arab tribe leaders from Syria whose fathers mercifully gave shelter to the Armenian Genocide survivors in 1915 arrived in Yerevan yesterday to join the Armenians in marking the 90th anniversary of the Genocide.
This is from yesterday's issue of the Armenian Daily Azg.

The 12 tribal leaders visited Dzidzernagapert today to honour the memory of the victims of the Armenian Genocide.

"They want to tell those* questioning the fact of Armenian Genocide that their fathers were eyewitnesses of the events, that all they told was true", Khachik Majikian from Aleppo said.

Armenia, by the way, does not deny the Jewish Genocide.

* Includes "Israelis" and most Jews

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