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Komitas: A Genocide Survivor or Victim?

Special for the Armenian Weekly Komitas (Soghomon Soghomonian) (1869-1935) Soghomon was born to Kevork and Takoohi Soghomonian, a young Armenian Turkish-speaking couple, in Kutahya, Ottoman Turkey. Takoohi composed music, which the couple sang. Soghomon was less than a year old when 17-year-old [more...]

May 19, 2015 // 2 Comments

The sky above the Armenian Cemetery of Diyarbakir (Photo: Scout Tufankjian)

Theriault: 2015 and Beyond

The Armenian Weekly Magazine April 2015: A Century of Resistance This paper is an expansion of remarks given by the author at McGill University and the University of Toronto on March 18 and 20, 2015, respectively. There is an oft-repeated false truism about genocide, that denial is the final stage [more...]

May 15, 2015 // 3 Comments

Members of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, holding the Ethiopian flag in 1910. (Photo courtesy of Alain Marcerou)

Remembering the Armenians of Ethiopia

Special for the Armenian Weekly At the beginning of March, a Requiem was offered for my parents and for the Sevadjian clan, and it transported me back 40 years to when I had last been to a service in the magnificent church of my childhood: the St. George Armenian Apostolic Church in Addis Ababa, [more...]

May 6, 2015 // 42 Comments

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The Berlin Connection

Gorki Theater’s Monumental Role Special for the Armenian Weekly BERLIN—In commemorating the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide, the road between Yerevan and Istanbul passes through Berlin. Every Armenian knows Komitas Vartabed, the great musicologist and composer who founded modern classical [more...]

April 26, 2015 // 6 Comments

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Discovering Zabelle

Special for the Armenian Weekly “Thus they shall hear and see the Beauties of nature, and imprint the spirit of the times, not only for the advancement of the present, but for the benefit of generations to come.” –Zabelle Abdalian, 1934 Zabelle Abdalian, 1886-1962 Wandering through an [more...]

April 6, 2015 // 29 Comments

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Remembering Susan Wealthy Orvis

A Missionary Who Saved 3,000 Orphans during the Genocide By Kamo Mailyan and Wendy Elliott Special for the Armenian Weekly “We’re very proud of my great aunt Susan,” said Nancy Moore of Toronto. “She saved thousands of Armenian and Greek children from massacre, but few people even know her [more...]

April 2, 2015 // 27 Comments

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The Armenians of Bangkok

Special for the Armenian Weekly Bangkok evokes a myriad of impressions. Some will envision gloriously colored temples, incredible Thai street food, or even the seedy red light districts. Surprisingly, this sizzling city also boasts an Armenian community. Bangkok, a city that bisects the river Chao [more...]

March 10, 2015 // 12 Comments

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Sacred Justice

Special for the Armenian Weekly For the first six years of my life, my parents, brother and I lived in my maternal grandparents’ house in Syracuse, N.Y. The six of us were crammed into a small early 20th-century frame house, with a front porch and tiny back study that served as my bedroom; an [more...]

February 18, 2015 // 15 Comments

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Document Reflects CUP’s Deportation Policy

Special for the Armenian Weekly Sait Molla was a lawyer, member of the Turkish Council of State, and founder of the Anglophile Society (Ingiliz Muhipleri Cemiyeti). In 1918, he began to publish a daily paper in Istanbul called Türkçe İstanbul. On March 25, 1919, the newspaper published what it [more...]

February 17, 2015 // 10 Comments

An Artsakh Defense Army soldier on the frontline

Loose Restraints: A Look at the Increasingly Shaky Karabagh Ceasefire

Special for the Armenian Weekly 2014 was the bloodiest year in the Nagorno-Karabagh conflict since the 1990’s. Here, Emil Sanamyan reviews the casualty data for the year and looks at the factors driving the escalation.   Death statistics An Artsakh Defense Army soldier on the frontline The [more...]

February 4, 2015 // 5 Comments

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