The origin evidently was a 1982 publication from Ankara's Institute of Foreign Policy, entitled "Ermeni Sorunu [Armenian Question], 9 soru 9 cevap," page 23. 98 of his 2005 "Disputed Genocide" book that 3,000 Muslims were left in Van.)"Thousands of Armenians from all over the world, flocked to the standards of such famous fighters as Antranik, Kery, Dro, etc.The Armenian volunteer regiments rendered valuable service to the Russian Army in the years of 1914-15-16.""With the decline of Ottoman power, and the formalization of tyranny, the spirit of the Zeitun mountaineers remained alert.We heard that they did the same thing to the Muslims on Carpanak Island.The Armenians told me about the latter; I did not see it for myself.(Richard Hovannisian later updated this figure to 500,000.) In addition to other non-Ottoman lands many thousands of Armenians had found refuge in (e.g., Iran, Greece), it becomes plain to see all the Armenian men could not have been murdered in one magical stroke, as Armenian propaganda tells us. The Arabs, in their turn, are not in favour with the Turks.(Akdes, Nimel Kurat, Turkey and Russia, Ankara, 1990, p.471) is in our blood to hate the Turks. And the level of hatred is rising." Narek Mesropian, described as Armenia's poet laureate, in Golos Armenii, a Russian-language newspaper in Armenia, in an August 5, 1997 article reflecting the tension between the Armenian and Jewish communities.
Walker, Armenia, The Survival of a Nation, Croom Helm, London / St. According to Justin Mc Carthy's Death and Exile," "Between 8,000 and 12,000 Muslims were killed in Baku alone.)"Many massacres were committed by the Armenians until our army arrived in Erzurum... "Literally Tzeghagron means 'to make a religion of ones race.' Patterned after the Nazi Youth It was also called Racial Patriots. Everything is for the race.' In the April 10, 1936, issue of Hairenik Weekly, Nejdeh stated: 'Today Germany and Italy are strong because as a nation they live and breathe in terms of race.' From Racial Patriots and Tzeghagrons, the name of the [Boston] Dashnag youth group was later changed to Armenian Youth Federation, or the AYF, as it is currently known."John Roy Carlson, a.k.a.Haci Osman Gemicioglu, an Armenian-Turk (having converted to Islam) who eyewitnessed the 1915 Zeve massacre; as told to Huseyin Celik, during interviews conducted in the late 1970s-early 80s.(Holdwater: this Internet quote needs to be verified.The date is wrong; the closest issues for the weekly are from May 22 and May 29.So I have instructed (Hagop) Andonian to take my diary and copy it with some elaborations of his own.Of course this relieves me of all responsibility for any error."George A.