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Political Prisoners in Armenia

Dialogue and Support for the Vision of Turkish-Armenian Journalist Hrant Dink

Organized by Friends of Hrant: Voices in Dialogue On the occasion of a 2nd annual public event to commemorate Hrant Dink
The keynote address of this event will be delivered by Phil Jenkins, Chair of Writers-in Prison Committee, PEN- Canada.
Library & Archives Canada, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa; Saturday, January 17, 2009; Room A at 7:30 pm
Angered by Turkish Criticism over Gaza, Israel May Recognize Armenian Genocide By Harut Sassounian, Publisher, The California Courier
Enraged by the abrasive tone of Turkey’s condemnation of Israel’s attack on Gaza, Israeli officials and Turkish analysts are now raising the possibility that Tel Aviv may retaliate either by recognizing the Armenian Genocide or refusing to help Turkey to lobby against a congressional resolution on the genocide.

Nelson Mandela's Memo to Thomas Friedman About Israel and Palestine By Nelson Mandela, in Jefferson Corner - America's Speaker's Corner, 28 March 2001
If you want peace and democracy, I will support you. If you want formal Apartheid, we will not support you. If you want to support racial discrimination and ethnic cleansing, we will oppose you.
Are Armenians ready for recognition? By Sassoon Grigorian, Associate, Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Sydney, Australia, 11 January 2009

Approaching the 100th anniversary, Turkey recognizes the Armenian genocide – its decision embraced by the European community and the United States. The Armenian community meets the decision with surprise, then a few moments later – asks itself, "what next?"

The Ben and Gil Meeting By Avedis Kevorkian, Philadelphia PA, 9 January 2009

As everyone knows, the American government has a vast surveillance network around the world, utilizing satellites, electronic eavesdropping, and on-the-ground agents.

A Coordinated Effort through Democracy By Aram Adamyan MSc MBA ACCA, Toronto, 9 January 2009

Two-thousand-and-eight was a year full of political activities in the homeland and geopolitical developments that left their impact on Armenia.

Our Myopic View of Gaza Conflict and Jewish Dissenters Speak out Over Gaza By Haroon Siddiqui & Other
I was holidaying in India when the Israeli onslaught on Gaza began Dec. 27. There were banner headlines coupled with editorial outrage in the Urdu media, the language of Muslims, and dispassionate but balanced coverage in the English media and the regional language newspapers. Across the Arab Middle East, Al-Jazeera and others were providing one-sided, wall-to-wall coverage of death and destruction in Gaza.

Dikran Abrhamian

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