Topic: Genocide denial

Washington – The Armenian Assembly of America on October 13 announced the launch of an online campaign to urge Facebook to follow its important precedent in the removal of Holocaust denial material from its platform and take similar[...]

A major controversy erupted in Turkey last week after a pro-Erdogan Turkish Islamist magazine Gercek Hayat claimed that the controversial Turkish Imam Fethullah Gulen had written a letter on May 6, 1965 acknowledging the Armenian[...]

By David Boyajian Approximately one hundred Turks, a half dozen Armenian Americans, and a dozen members of the Armenian Youth Federation’s (AYF) Greater Boston Chapter attended the opening of a Turkish-language book collection at Cary[...]

By Ismail Akbulut Special to the Mirror-Spectator In a tweet fired off earlier this month, Turkish sociologist Yahya Mustafa Keskin from Abant Izzet Baysal University took aim at journalist Hayko Bagdat — who has Armenian roots — by[...]

The following is the speech of Prof. Taner Akçam, on April 21, at the State House in Connecticut. Every year, I ask myself again and again the same question: Why and how should we commemorate past atrocities, such as genocide? This[...]

We write on behalf of the Workshop for Armenian-Turkish Scholarship and the Lepsiushaus Potsdam to express our deep concern about recent efforts by Turkish authorities to prevent scholars based in that country from participating in a[...]