Posts Tagged ‘ Armenian genocide ’

Vladimir Putin Attends Armenian Genocide Event – Obama Won’t Mention It

Apr 24th, 2015 | By

At the Tsitsernakaberd Memorial in Yerevan today Russian President Vladimir Putin and French President Francois Hollande joined Armenian Apostolic Church leader Catholicos Garegin II and Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic at the 100th anniversary ceremony remembering the ‘genocide’.

Armenian Genocide: 100 Years Of Remembrance

Apr 24th, 2015 | By

In his Sunday sermon on April 12, “Pope Francis referred to the 1915 Turkish mass killings of Armenians as the ‘first genocide of the 20th century.’” This papal declaration instantly flared into a diplomatic uproar. It absolutely infuriated Turkey’s Islamist President Tayyip Erdogan, who “warned” the Pope against repeating his “mistaken” statement.

Barack Hussein Obama Will Join Turkish President Recep Erdogan At The Opening Of A New $100 Million Turkish Mega-Mosquetrosity In Maryland

Apr 22nd, 2015 | By

This year is the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide where Turkish forces systematically slaughtered an estimated 1.5 million Armenian Christians. This was the first genocide of the 20th century – and the current Turkish government still refuses to call it a genocide.

Chairman’s Report for April 17, 2015

Apr 16th, 2015 | By

In this issue: Church blown up on Easter Sunday / Garissa University Killings / More Christians dead during Holy Week / April marks 100th anniversary of Armenian Genocide / The high cost of Saudi friendship / Amazon support for the Religious Freedom Coalition

BREAKING NEWS: Pope Calls Mass Killings Armenians ‘First Genocide’ Of 20th Century

Apr 14th, 2015 | By

VATICAN CITY, VATICAN (BosNewsLife)– In historic remarks Pope Francis marked the 100th anniversary of the mass killings of mainly Christian Armenians by calling it “the first genocide of the 20th century,” a move that was expected to provoke anger in Turkey. Francis, who has close ties to the Armenian community from his days in Argentina, said it was his duty to honor the memory of the innocent men, women, children, priests and bishops who were “senselessly” murdered under Ottoman rule.