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Western Armenians in Iran after the Genocide

Today Eastern Turkey, the ancestral land of the Armenians, is devoid of its ancient ethnic inhabitants. Based on realistic estimates, during those bloody and tragic years, around one and half million Armenians perished. Out of a population of more than two million Armenians before 1915, only 60 to 80 thousand are left in today’s Turkey, […]

Armenian Genocide 105th Anniversary Events Announcements

Commemoration of the 105th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide (UK) 1.) Fri 24 April, 11.00 AM – 12.00 PM – Remembrance service to commemorate the 105th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide at St. Yeghiche Armenian Church, followed by wreath-laying ceremony at the memorial khachkar. The service will be streaming live on and and […]

Western Armenian Is Nearing Extinction

“We must know the white man language to survive in this world. But we must know our language to survive forever.” (Darryl Babe Wilson, a Native American). The recent well-justified alarm that western Armenian is among the world’s thousands of endangered languages (that is, predicted to die in the next 100 years), important though it […]