Paul Goble’s 42 Windows on Eurasia for Sept. 5 – 10, 2021

Paul Goble’s 42 Windows on Eurasia for Sept. 5 – 10, 2021

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Մոռացված քաղաքակրթություն / Forgotten civilization

Հետաքրքիր լուրեր ու փաստեր աշխարհից
June 23, 2021

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Forgotten genocide

Հետաքրքիր լուրեր ու փաստեր աշխարհից

June 13, 2021


 

Forgotten genocide

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Nothing has been forgotten, no one has forgotten.

Թորգոմ Տեր-Մկրտչյան TIR MEDIA
June 12, 2021

Nothing has been forgotten, no one has forgotten.
10 facts about the genocide of the people.
Genocide Russia, you will still answer.

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Moscow Working to Block Other Countries from Following Georgia and Declaring Expulsion of Circassians a Genocide, Activists Say

Saturday, May 22, 2021

Moscow Working to Block Other Countries from Following Georgia and Declaring Expulsion of Circassians a Genocide, Activists Say

Paul Goble

            Staunton, May 20 – Ten years ago today, one day before Circassians around the world mark the anniversary of their expulsion from tsarist Russia in 1864, the Georgian parliament voted unanimously to recognize that event and the repressions in Russia against the Circassians since then as an act of genocide.

            At that time, many Circassians hoped that other countries, and especially those like Turkey and Jordan where there are large Circassian diasporas or others like Poland and Ukraine which have long shown an interest in ethnic groups within Russia, would follow Tbilisi. But a decade on, that has not happened, largely because Moscow has worked hard to block it.

            Murat Temirov, a Circassian activist, said that the Georgian action had not only an important psychological impact on members of his nation but practical consequences as well because Tbilisi opened a Circassian Center and erected a monument to the losses the Circassians suffered (kavkazr.com/a/31264556.html). Read more

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Circassian Genocide Anniversary Must Be Not Only a Day of Remembrance but Also a Day of National Rebirth, Activists Say

Sunday, May 23, 2021

Circassian Genocide Anniversary Must Be Not Only a Day of Remembrance but Also a Day of National Rebirth, Activists Say

Paul Goble

            Staunton, May 21 – This year, as they have done for decades, Circassians in their North Caucasus homeland and in the much larger diaspora abroad mark today as the bitter anniversary of the genocidal expulsion of their ancestors from the Caucasus by tsarist forces after the Circassians had resisted the Russian imperial advance for 101 years.

            But this year, even though some of the demonstrations were smaller than they have been in the past both because of the pandemic and because of Russian government efforts to limit them both directly and through its ongoing campaign against the Circassian nation, activists were united in their conviction that May 21 must also become a Day of National Rebirth (circassiancenter.org/permalink/126142.html). Read more

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Çerkes Soykırımının Tanınmasının Onuncu Yıldönümü /The Tenth Anniversary of Circassian Genocide Recognition

Adel Bashqawi

Adel Bashqawi

Çerkes Soykırımının Tanınmasının Onuncu Yıldönümü /The Tenth Anniversary of Circassian Genocide Recognition


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