“ADL should not redefine genocide”

Turkish Coalition of America The following is an article by Tom Mountain, published in the Jewish Advocate Online on September 12, 2007, www.thejewishadvocate.com. The police and civilian mob came for them in the night, forcing them at gunpoint into the streets, stripping them of their property on the spot before shipping them to internment camps […]

ADL should not redefine genocide

Tom Mountain, Jewish Advocate “The police and civilian mob came for them in the night, forcing them at gunpoint into the streets, stripping them of their property on the spot before shipping them to internment camps for expulsion. The lucky ones were put in boxcars, but most had to trudge on foot for hundreds of […]

Judgment Time

Barbara Lerner, National Review Should America recognize an Armenian Genocide? Calls for America to recognize the Armenian tragedy of 1915 as genocide, and to condemn the Turks for it, grow louder, more insistent, and more varied by the week. The Armenian lobby, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.), and a handful of other longtime congressional […]

Turkey and Armenia: What Jews should do

TCA The following are excerpts from an article by Lenny Ben-David, printed in the Jerusalem Post on September 4, 2007. The full article may be viewed at www.jpost.com (…) All nations have sacred memories and traditions surrounding their creation and their sacrifices. These are national legends that take on mythic proportions about the nations’ founding […]

This wasn’t genocide

Shlomo Bar-Meir, Jerusalem Post Sir, – While the Armenian deaths in WWI were a great tragedy, they were not genocide. The Armenian population was in almost total revolt against the Ottoman Turks. Armenian soldiers deserted the Turkish army in droves and went over to the Russian invaders. There are over 50 documented cases of Armenian […]