Topic: raffi bedrosyan

By Raffi Bedrosyan The historic first trip of the Diyarbakir hidden Armenians to Armenia  is now over and it is time for us to assess the impact, consequences and next steps. At the end of the first week, we organized a Dikranagerd Night[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan On April 23, 2014, Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan sent a message of condolence to the Armenians worldwide, in eight languages, for their forefathers who lost their lives in 1915. As this was an unprecedented and[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan Like a cell dividing itself into two, then each new cell further dividing itself into two, Turkey keeps being divided. Divisions always existed but remained mostly suppressed, but now they are emerging. In this article,[...]

  By Raffi Bedrosyan In a previous article (Dec. 28, 2013 – Emulate Zoryan Institute and Bring Armenian History in Turkish to Turks) about the approaching 2015 centennial of the Armenian Genocide, I had argued about the necessity of[...]

TORONTO — On January 19, the Toronto Armenian community gathered together to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the assassination of Hrant Dink. More than 500 people filled the Armenian General Benevolent Union Centre to capacity,[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan The conference organized by the Hrant Dink Foundation about “Islamicized Armenians” at the Istanbul Bosphorus University in early November broke one more taboo in Turkey. A hidden reality, a secret known by many[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan When someone visits Armenia for the first time, the tour itinerary invariably includes a multitude of churches and monasteries. Modern Armenia is the land of churches. Historic Armenia in Anatolia was also a land of[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan Germany has decided to name several neighborhoods, streets, buildings and public schools in Berlin and other German cities after Adolf Hitler and other Nazi heroes. If this revelation were to be true, how would you[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan During the endless Turkish arguments and Armenian/international counter arguments about the number of massacred Armenians in 1915, Hrant Dink would repeatedly remind both sides about a more critical topic: “We keep[...]