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050401 - AGENZIA STAMPA GIBRAHAYER, Armeni Ciprioti
Turkish Parliamentarians are preparing to formally challenge the authenticity of the 1916 British Parliamentary Blue Book on the Armenian Genocide, the Gomidas Institute (UK) reported on Tuesday. As part of their formal challenge, they intend to send a delegation to make representations to the Houses of Parliament.


By Harut Sassounian Publisher, The California Courier

Even though the Turks are supposed to be on their best behavior in order to convince the Europeans that they are civilized enough to join the European Union, they are still extremely intolerant of anyone who dares to bring up the taboo subject of the Armenian Genocide.
Last month, when Orhan Pamuk, an internationally-known Turkish novelist, boldly told a foreign reporter that one million Armenians were killed around 1915, just about all Turkish commentators, historians (government-paid propagandists) and politicians severely condemned the writer for making such a statement. A radical Turkish group even called for the murder of this “traitor.” Furthermore, a Turkish publisher is being prosecuted by the government for releasing the Turkish translation of an English language book that urges the acknowledgment of the Armenian Genocide. Around six months ago, in the midst of trying to qualify for the start of membership talks to join the EU, the Turkish Parliament adopted a new law that makes it a crime for anyone to acknowledge the Armenian Genocide. If this is how the Turkish government is acting, while trying to impress the Europeans, imagine what it would do if its actions were not under scrutiny!
Given all the controversy this issue has generated within Turkey, the Turkish “Flash TV” decided to air earlier this month a five-hour live talk show on the Armenian Genocide. The host of the program requested that the Armenian Patriarchate send a representative to take part in this show. However, the Patriarchate refused to participate by saying that it did not have an expert on the subject to be discussed. The host then invited Rev. Krikor Aghabaloghlu, the outspoken and courageous pastor of a local Armenian evangelical church, to present “the Armenian point of view.” Rev. Aghabaloghlu is a well-known activist who has already been jailed once for challenging the confiscation of his church’s property by the Turkish government.
While there have been many talk shows on the Armenian issue, no one has ever dared to go on Turkish TV and repeatedly assert in a bold and brazen manner, as Rev. Aghabaloghlu did, that there is no doubt a genocide was committed against the Armenians. Both Hulki Jevizoglu, the host of the show, and his main guest, historian Mehmet Saray were dumb-founded and tongue-tied by the Armenian clergyman’s unexpectedly outspoken remarks. In a very calm and congenial manner, and with always a smile on his face, Pastor Aghabaloghlu said on national Turkish TV that all Turks in Anatolia know the truth about the Armenian Genocide. He said that no one dared to talk about this subject and that anyone who had the courage to speak about it, is called a traitor, condemned by the media, taken to court, and sent to jail.
Despite all attempts to shut him up during the show, Rev. Aghabaloghlu kept on insisting that as a clergyman he has the obligation to tell the truth. When asked to back up his comments, he said that he knew the facts first-hand from the experiences of his own family. Besides, he added, there is plenty of evidence for the Genocide in thousands of books and that everyone knew that the Armenians in Anatolia were the victims of Genocide.
Otherwise, he said, what did happen to the Armenians inhabiting that region? Did they evaporate? Did they decide to migrate en masse? Are there any Armenians left in Anatolia?
Making the Turks even angrier, Rev. Aghabaloghlu said that since Armenians are mistreated in Turkey today, one can only imagine how much worse their treatment must have been back then under the Ottoman Empire?
Mehmet Saray, the Turkish historian, was so enraged by the Armenian clergyman’s assertions that he kept asking the host of the show, “where did you find this man?” Saray said he would have refused to appear on the show if he had known that he would take part in such a “low quality” discussion and that his years of research and his books on this issue would be ignored.
When a viewer from Erzeroum called to say that mass graves of Turks were recently uncovered, Rev. Aghabaloghlu immediately retorted: “How do you know that these bones did not belong to Armenians?”
This astounding conversation, broadcast live to millions of Turkish viewers, went on until the wee hours of the morning.
Rev. Aghabaloghlu is the courageous shepherd not only of his own flock, but that of all Armenians in Turkey who dare not to speak out fearing for their lives! The good pastor risked his life by making such bold remarks on a taboo subject in Turkey. European Union officials should warn the Turkish government that Turkey’s EU membership prospects would be seriously jeopardized should anything happen to this brave Armenian servant of God who, as he says, has an obligation to tell the truth!


By Jonny Dymond 25 March 05 - BBC News, Istanbul - The chairman of the Turkish prime minister's human rights advisory board has confirmed to the BBC that he will resign from his post. Yavuz Onen, who is leaving with five others, has bitterly criticised the attitude of the Turkish government towards human rights.
His departure is an embarrassment for the government.
It has worked hard over the last three years to persuade the world its attitude to human rights has changed.
The advisory board and the government had clashed before, following a report from the board which criticised the country's attitude towards its minorities and questioned some of the fundamentals of Turkey's constitution.
The government effectively ignored it; at one point, locking it out of its own offices.
Mr Onen complained that he and 30 other members of the board had tried to get to see the foreign minister, but with no success.

No consultation
He condemned what he called the government's insincere attitude towards human rights and its lack of consultation with the board.
The resignation of Mr Onen and five other members of the board comes at a time when Turkey's human rights record is once again under the spotlight.
The EU, which has given Turkey a date for membership negotiations to start, has made it clear that those negotiations are contingent upon continuing human rights improvements.
Many were deeply shocked by pictures of women demonstrators being assaulted by the police earlier this month in Istanbul.
And human rights groups in the south-east of the country have told the BBC that the situation there has got worse in the last few months.


28.03.2005 YEREVAN (YERKIR) - A delegation comprised of the leaders of 12 Arab tribes inhabiting in northeastern Syria, accompanied by representatives of the Armenian Church's Beria Prelacy, arrived in Yerevan on Monday, Dashnaktsoutiun press service reported.
Armenian National Assembly's Dashnaktsoutiun faction secretary Hrair Karapetian and Bureau's Hay Tad and Political Affairs Office director Giro Manoyan met the honorable guests at Yerevan's Zvartnotz airport.
The influential tribal leaders, some of whom reside in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Iraq and Qatar, are in Armenia to take part in the events commemorating the 90th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, pay tribute to the Genocide victims and once again remind the world of the vicious crime, the perpetrators of which are still trying to deny it.
Their hospitable ancestors gave refuge to the fragments of the Armenians who had miraculously survived in the Genocide; today, many of those Armenians and their heirs still live side-to-side with the friendly Arab people and enjoy equal rights.


In Artsagang's March 2005 issue, Asdghig Tavitian reviews the newly published biography of Music Master Vahan Bedelian, who taught the likes of internationally acclaimed violinists, Manouk Parikian (soloist with the Liverpool Philharmonic), Haroutune Bedelian (B.B.C Prize Winner) and Levon Chilingirian (of the Chilingirian Quartet).
Bedelian also taught at the Melkonian for 35 years, Melikian-Ouzounian elementary school for 50 years, the English School for 15, the Turkish Lycee for ten and the Cyprus National Conservatory for 50.
In every school he taught Bedelian formed orchestras, bands and choirs. He was also the Choir Master of the Sourp Asdvadzadzin Choir for more than six decades. He started serving the Armenian Church at the age of six in his home town of Adana - Cilicia.
He was a composer of several songs and hymns.
He was decorated by the Queen of England with a Coronation Medal, by The Catholicos Khoren of Cilicia with the Order of Knighthood of Cilicia and was honoured by the Government of Cyprus for his multidimensional contribution to the cultural life of Cyprus. He was known as "The father of Music of Cyprus".
The book - that has been written by former Melkonian Principal Antranik Dakessian - will be available in Cyprus soon.
The Melkonian Alumni and the Oshakan Cyprus Chapter of the Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association are co-organising a Book-Launch and a cultural evening dedicated to Vahan Bedelian in spring.
Follow Gibrahayer e-magazine and the Cyprus Armenian printed media on how to obtain your own copy, which parallel to Vahan Bedelian's biography is also a testimony on the history and evolution of the Armenian community of Cyprus.
The book includes interesting and rare documents and photographs.

Dear Simon,
I've been receiving regularly your emails and I'm glad to say that they are very informative. Thanks and keep on doing the good job.
I am approaching you with a request and i don't know if you can help me. I moved from Syria to Berlin - Germany and want to know if there is any Armenian community here (Berlin). Can you help me find out? please advise by return.
Thanks & pari Zadig kezi,
Sylvia Bourdjian


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Mr Kosta Pavlowitch
The Editor - Cyprus Mail
Nicosia - Cyprus

Dear Sir,
The content of Mr Nicos Margolis' letter to the editor of the Cyprus Mail dated 10th March, 2005 entitled "Armenians Too Must Work for Reunification" is an insult to injury with ulterior motives.
Mr. Margolis' racist approach in his letter lacks general knowledge, common sense and logic.
Is Mr. Margolis ignorant enough not to know:
That in 1960 during the independence of the Republic of Cyprus the Armenian Community had opted to be part of the Greek Cypriot community in exercising its rights including the voting rights as free and equal citizens of this republic?
That as loyal citizens of this republic, in 1963 Armenian community numbering not more than 3000 a mere 1% was paying more income tax than their Turkish Cypriot compatriots as a community which was 18% of the population?
That most of the immovable property belonging to the Armenians as well as their historic churches, monastery and schools were occupied by the invading power.-enough "incentive" to vote "yes" on the 24th
April, 2004 referendum.
However, Cypriot Armenians being the loyal citizens of the Republic of Cyprus have the inalienable right to express their own free will stipulated and vested on them by the Constitution. And if majority of the Armenians as claimed by Mr. Margolis caste a negative vote - a claim which we do not share - then this should be to their credit that they were able to transcend their petty economic interests and identify the
crux of the referendum; which was the very existence of our republic and vote accordingly. Our Turkish Cypriot compatriots' "yes" vote was geared to getting economic benefits -as recent Euro barometer poll
confirmed this fact.
We are of the view that Mr. Margolis is well aware of these facts.
Since Mr. Margolis admits that he has Turkish Cypriot friends, is it possible that he is using the "patriotic sentiments"; the unification - as pretext to satisfy his Turkish Cypriot friends on the verge of the 90th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by the young Turks of the Ottoman Empire on 24th April, 1915? Otherwise, why did he wait almost one year - the referendum took place on 24th April 2004- to raise this issue?
"Nor Serount"- Armenian Cultural Association - Nicosia - CYPRUS
You are invited to read
The website of the Armenians in the Middle East.
Hrach Kalsahakian and Sebouh Armenagian (from the UAE)

From the diary section...

California Court case Postponed
Today was due to be the date of the Court hearing in the case brought about by the Istanbul Patriarch against the AGBU, has at the last minute been postponed, without any explanation.
The California Alumni & Friends website, simply states
The AGBU Hearing March 15th, at 9:15AM
Court date postponed. New date will be announced as soon as it is final.
As informative as ever
* Has there been some sort of behind the scenes deal?
* Have they (the AGBU) seen the error of their ways and given up?
* Has the court postponed it due to lack of time or on legal grounds?

Considering the overall secrecy of this whole case, anything could have happened.
I suppose time will tell, let's wait and see......

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- AGBU discontinues Hayatsk


By Vram R. Nalbandian
In my last week’s article I wrote about my personal sense of loss, it was hard to put it on writing, I always thought that it would be hard to reveal my personal feeling about things and events, but I did it. I overcame the pain of my personal ego and pride.
This week’s article is even more painful for me to express and more important as it is deep in my patriotic belief (if ever there is something named like this). This week’s sense of loss is my sense of loss of my belonging or, simply being an Armenian. Surprised? Why? You shouldn’t be, just look around you. Just look around you and see how much we are loosing everyday not to say every minute.
Only in Cyprus, we have lost (to mention only few) our national unity, our school, our integrity and our sense of belonging. We are enclosed in such a stupid and senseless struggles that we lost not only the respect of others to us as Armenians, but I dare to say, we have become the laughing subject of the others.
Over the years (more than 45 years) that I lived between different nations and people, I was always looked at as a man belonging to a very great nation, it was enough to say, “I am an Armenian” to have immediate respect and access. They were looking at us as a nation that is (?) so united that nothing and nobody could take us out; nobody & nothing will make us disappear. We were considered a nation that helped each other and bonded together so much that we were like a big huge wall on which strong winds and waves will break and go away, and we will still be together.
You have to hear what they tell about us now. It hurts and depresses me just to think about what they call us now. A nation of thieves, mafia bosses, lazy idiots, opportunists, and many other things that I cannot put on writing. These, and they are considering that they are being nice to us.
Why? Just think a little. What happened to us in the past 10 to 15 years? We took a “sois disant” independence and we became an sovereign nation. And then? What have we done with it? Just look around you, just think about it, and tell me if you do not feel the same sense of loss.
Wake up Armenians, before it is too late. Wake up and look around you, just notice what is happening and is been done in our name. Do not just say, “ I don’t care” one day you will be ashamed to say you are an Armenian don’t let that day come.

My dear Simon,
Putin was in Yerevan yesterday, it seems that elements of Russian armed forces in Georgia will be coming to Armenia joining their compatriots at various already well established camps. I suspect that Georgia will fall apart in the not so distant future, all the signs are there.
Things are "normal" here, villagers are happy as their income has doubled in one year, it seems a lot of tourists will come this year more than any year before, I have guests first weeks of June and first weeks of Sept. No doubt I will be going to Khor Virab for the 16th time…!
Cyprus Mail: I should have known better, having dealt extensively for 12 years with the media whilst in the UK, my letter was printed with additions and exclusions altering its message, oh well, all is normal then.
The weather is improving but up here its still -12c at night.
May your spinnaker always bulge,
Ardavast Vahani Avedissian
Aramus Village, Marz of Kodayk, Republic of Armenia.
Here's the article:
A Message to all fellow Armenians all over the world... AND to All our Non-Armenian friends everywhere.
A crescendo of Hysteria is quickly building up, on both sides, leading to the April 24 Genocide day.
Please, PLEASE, think carefully before suggesting that Turkey should not be allowed to join the E.U.
Are they worthy of the E.U.? Of course not, but what is the alternative for Armenia? Do not think of Turkey, think of Armenia. Think several generations ahead Its about time we Armenians started doing so.
If Turkey's bid is rejected there is no telling what course their politics will take, but whatever it is it cannot be good for us.
At best they will feel free to give vent to their anger perhaps by giving a great deal of military aid to Azerbaijan and history has shown that by giving two neighbouring friendly nations a lot of armaments will invariably lead to war, let alone Armenia & Azerbaijan.
If this leads to war who do you think will aid Armenia?
Armenia has no oil, Azerbaijan plenty, need I go on?
Being in the E.U. Turkey will have to toe the line to some degree at least, which is good news for Armenia.
A lot of the existing E.U. member countries do not want Turkey to join, justifiably, as it will be the most numerous nation, will need huge amounts of aid and the thought of being invaded by millions of Turks seeking work does not bear thinking about, especially not when E.U. members are suffering from high unemployment themselves.
We are very thankful that a lot of influential people in the E.U. insist on the 1915 Genocide being remembered, but please do not let this be at our ultimate physical expense.
Just for once we Armenians should think ahead.
Ardavast Vahani Avedissian

I enjoy receiving Gibrahayer and keeping up to date with world events pertaining to Armenians.However, at times I would like to go back and re-read a previously posted article. At the present time this cannot be done.
Will you be setting up an archive in the near future? A lot of us old guys need to refresh our memory at times.
Thanks,,,,,,,,,,and have a happy Easter
Gregory Yakoobian
El Paso, Texas

Dear Gregory
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[] A drunk Jewish man assaulted two Armenian priests near the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem's Old City on Easter Sunday night.
[] Writer Orhan Pamuk's books along with flags of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party were burned during a flag display demonstration on Sunday in Bilecik, 313 kilometers west of Ankara.
[] A car belonging to the chief of the Armenian customs Armen Avetisian, was rocked by an explosion early on Thursday in what law-enforcement authorities see as a botched attempt on the influential official's life. No casualties were reported.
[] TURKEY has enlisted the help of a United States historian Justin McCarthy, as part of its campaign to counter Armenian efforts for world-wide recognition of the Armenian Genocide.
[] With the initiative of ARF Dashnaktsoutiun Nikol Aghpalian student Association about 30 youth and student organizations of Armenia sent a letter on Thursday to the organisers of the concert featuring Russian singer Philip Kirkorov demanding that they cancel it, as they claim, he had has cursed an Armenian journalist and had spoken of her origin in a derogative way.
[] Electricity supply to 19 villages of Vayots Dzor region cut due to heavy snowfall has been restored.
[] Kilikia" sailing boat, that visited Cyprus last summer presently stationed in Venice St.Lazzaro Island, will start its second four-month sailing on May 9, 2005.
[] Armenia moved above Andorra at the bottom of the group with a 2-1 win in Yerevan in the qualifying for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Cyprus take on Switzerland tonight.
[] California youth will embark on a 215-mile 19-day walk to raise awareness about the unpunished crime of genocide committed against the Armenian people between 1915 and 1921.

Meet Yannos Kouyoumdjian. He is eight years old, a student of Nareg Armenian elementary school and he is already familiar with concepts like practice schedules, giving 150% and being a champion.
You can all be sure that we will hear from this young man, often. We certainly will write about him and share his achievements with our readers.
Yannos recently won a Pancyprian under 12 Ski Championship that took place in Troodos North Face Slope. In the giant slalom category he came first among 30 participants, most of whom were older than him.
Yannos is a true champion. If the snow falls short on the Cyprus mountains, he probably would do just as well in either soccer or tennis. I certainly hope he choses the latter.

g i b r a h a y c a l e n d a r

The committee of the Armenian Club of Larnaca invites you to a Lecture on Saturday 2nd April at 5:00 pm at the Nareg Armenian School in Larnaca. Interpretation of ROBIN SHARMA'S "THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI" By Avedis Avedissian (lecture in Armenian). Tea and cakes after the lecture.
MUSICAL LUNCH - Sunday 3rd April 1:00 pm - Larnaca Armenian Club. Live Armenian Music - Delicious Food and All Inclusive Drinks Participation: 7 CYP & 3 CYP for children. Sign Up:Mihran Boyadjian 24655139 99372274 - Vart Karageulian 24659245 Armenian Cultural Event – Dance & Poetry April 8 , 2005 at 7:30 pm, MEI Auditorium. Organised by the AGBU – Melkonian Educational Institute with the participation of Melkonian Students. Organised by Areta Keshishian. Dance Instructor: Ashot Ordinian
The "Sipan" Dance Group of Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association of Cyprus will be presenting the Musical Performance of Toumanyian "Famous Children's Stories" on Sunday April 10, 2005 at 7:30 pm at PASIDY Auditorium.
Homenetmen London Presents: In commemoration of the 90th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, a lecture: REMEMBER OUR PAST, EDUCATE OUR FUTURE-The Armenian Genocide by Public International Lawyer Dr Harry Hagopian. Date: 16th April 2005. Place: Acton High School, Gunnersbury Lane, Acton W3 8EY Time: 15:30pm for 16:00pm sharp start. For further information contact: Armineh Gasparian at 07775 504 569 or by e-mail on
Armenian Cypriot artist Nanor Tashdjian will be exhibiting her works in Cardiff, Wales. from April 12 - April 21, 2005 at the Temple of Peace, Cathays Park.(Tel 02920 228549) The exhibition, entitled "The Battle Field" is partly a reflection by Nanor on her background. She was born during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, and identifies strongly with her grandparents, orphaned during the genocide. The exhibition will be held in the foyer of the entrance to the Temple of Peace, from April 12 -21 from 9.00 a.m. till 5.00p.m.(not the weekend). The exhibition will culminate in a Commemorative meeting at The Temple of Peace (up stairs Council Committee room) at 7.00 p.m. on Wednesday, 20th April.This will be the fifth Welsh National Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide, organised by Wales-Armenia Solidarity , in co-operation with CRAG, London. Taking part will Caerphilly Labour Councillor and Human Rights campaigner Ray Davies and other politicians and the well-known poet Mike Jenkins of Merthyr. He will read his poem "Komitas". Another Welsh poet Chris Williams will read hos poem "Horseshoes" inspired by the reading of "The Burning Tigris" All the major Christian Churches will be represented. This meeting will emphasise once again that the Welsh Political, Cultural and Religious establishment has no sympathy with the British Government denial of the genocide..
Pancyprian Commemoration of APRIL 24 9OTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE. Saturday April 23, 2005 - Picture Exhibition at Eleftheria Square from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm. At 7:00 pm March on Armenia street leading up to the Sourp Asdvadzadzin Church where a Memorial Service will be held. Keynote speaker Dr.Antranik Ashdjian.
April 24, 2005. Holy Mass at Sourp Asdvadzadzin Church followed by Memorial Service at The Genocide Monument. More details in next week's issue of Gibrahayer e-magazine.
The "Timag" Theatre Company of Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association "Oshakan" Cyprus Chapter is getting ready for its annual performance which will take place on Sunday May 8, 2005 at 8:30 pm (note the new date) at PASIDY. This year's performance will be Yervant Odian's "Ser ou Dzidzagh".
Armenian musical duo of Jean Davidian and Marie Louise Kouyoumdjian perform at the Palm Beach Hotel in Larnaca twice a week starting from April 2005.
Commemoration of The Armenian Genocide – 90th Anniversary April 20, 2005 at 7:30 pm, MEI Auditorium. Organised by the AGBU – Melkonian Educational Institute with the participation of Melkonian Students.
Gathering on the occasion of the visit of the Chairperson of the Central Executive of the Armenian Relief Society (HOM), organised by the Cyprus "Sosse" Chapter, on Wednesday 4 May, 2005.
Lecture by Peter Balakian on Friday May 20, 2005 organised by The Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association Cyprus "Oshakan" Chapter.
Cyprus Dart Championships. AYMA/HMEM is participating in the Cyprus Dart League with home matches being played every other Thursday at AYMA.
AYF Badanegan Mioutian get-togethers take place on Saturday at 3:30 pm at AYMA. Contact Vartoog Karageulian on 24-659245.
Practices of the "Sipan" Dance Group of Hamazkayin Cultural and Educational Association of Cyprus for the Musical Performance of Toumanyian "Famous Children's Stories" take place as follows: Every Friday and Sunday at 5:30 pm and every Saturday at 4:30 pm
AYMA/HMEM Chicco Football practices take place every Friday from 7:00 - 8:30 pm for children starting from the age of 7. Contact Krikor Mahdessian on 99650897.
AYMA/HMEM Table Tennis practices take place every Saturday from 5:30 pm under the guidance of ex-Cyprus Champion Sirvart Costanian. Classes for all ages.
AYF meetings every Wednesday at 9:00 pm at AYMA.
AYMA/HMEM Football team practices take place every Thursday at 7:30 pm.
For more details of the next Bible Study Class organised by the Armenian Prelature at the Vahram Utudjian Hall of Th e Armenian Prelature call Father Momik Habeshian direct on 99 307966 or at the Prelature Office on 22 493560 email
Armenian Radio Hour on The Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation via real audio on . Broadcast 17:00-18:00 local Cyprus time (14:00-15:00 GMT)
The Armenian Prelature announces that the next permits for the Armenian Cemetery visitations at Ayios Dhometios on the Green line, are on Sunday April 3 and 17, 2005.
Every Wednesday from 7-8 pm (Cyprus time + 2 GMT) on CyBC's Trito, Puzant Nadjarian presents the "History of the Blue". Internet edition on

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