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Armen Krikorian Sales Representative

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Direct: 416-885-8345 akrikorian@trebnet.com www.armenhomes.com APPRAISING, LISTING & NEGOTIATING Volume 7, No. 6 (77), March 2012 Toronto Armenian Community Newspaper REALTY EXECUTIVES EXPERTS INC.

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Harout Manougian Elected Toronto District School Board Trustee

Manougian with volunteers and community leaders after winning the elections for TDSB trustee in Ward 17. Harout Manougian was elected as Toronto District School Board trustee for Don Valley East during a by-election held on February 27. With his victory, Manougian becomes the first ever TDSB trustee of Armenian descent. Out of 17 candidates, Manougian was elected with 974 votes, approximately 19% of the total votes cast. Manougian campaigned for a proactive approach against bullying in schools, encouraging parental involvement in schools

TDSB Trustee-elect Harout Manougian

and improving school facilities. By-elections were held in both Don Valley East (Ward 17) and Scarborough-Agincourt (Ward 20) after former trustees Michael Coteau and Soo Wong were elected as members of provincial parliament last fall. Both Coteau and Wong attended the victory party, organized by the Manougian campaign at the Toronto Armenian Community Centre, to congratulate the newly elected trustee. MP for Scarborough-Agincourt, Jim

MP Micheal Coteau congratulates Manougian in the presence of TDSB chair Chris Bolton, MP Soo Wong, Trustee Elizabeth Moyer and federal liberal MP Jim Karygiannis.

Karygiannis, TDSB Trustee for Scarborough Southwest, Elizabeth Moyer and TDSB Chair, Chris Bolton were also on hand to congratulate trustee-elect Manougian. Many offered their congratulations by calling in, including MP for Don Valley East Joe Daniel, Toronto City Councillor Josh Matlow and fellow Ward 17 trustee candidate, Sam Ghose. Members of the community and a large number of election-day volunteers were all

present to celebrate the victory as well. Newly elected trustee for Ward 20, Sam Sotiropoulos, also arrived later in the evening, and had chats with Manougian reflecting on their successful campaigns and important work that lies ahead. Manougian and Sotiropoulos became part of the 22 Toronto District School Board trustees, representing the 22 Toronto city wards.

CABC Gala Celebrates 25 Years, Honors Vazken Terzian by Sophie Yalkezian An exciting energy filled the lobby of the Hazelton Manor banquet hall in Toronto as a few hundred Canadian Armenians came together to celebrate the Canada Armenia Business Council’s annual gala on February 25. Guests buzzed around the room, dressed to the nines, greeting each other warmly with hugs and kisses. The CABC holds a gala every year but tonight was special. It was the council’s 25th anniversary, and also a night honouring one of its founders and longest serving members, Vazken Terzian, as Business Person Of The Year. Business people from across Ontario and the surrounding area had come to enjoy the ceremonies and network with fellow Armenian Canadians. Special guests included the two Primates of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of Canada Bishop Bagrat Galstanian and Archbishop Khajag Hagopian, the Armenian ambassador Armen Yeganian and his wife Maria Yeganian, as well as a representative of the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney, and a representative of local MP Jim Karygiannis. Also present were members of Armenian community organizations and sponsors. The event featured many speakers, each with a story of their own to tell about Vazken Terzian, and it was clear that there was no one more deserving of the honour. Terzian’s colleagues described him as “the truest human being of all of us,” “a person with a generous spirit and genuine interest in people,” “a person who will do a good deed without forethought or afterthought.” Terzian has been a dedicated member of the CABC for twenty five

Armenian ambassador Armen Yeganian chats with Achbishop Khajag Hagopian

Honorary guests with the honoree Vazken Terzian and his wife Lucine.

CABC chairman J. Yalkezian presents V. Terzian with a gift

Dignitaries chat during the reception

Cutting of the 25th anniversary cake. (Photos/CABC)

years. During those years he has held many positions on the Board of Directors, from president to committee member, offering his time and energy to advance the Council’s mission in strengthening relations with Armenia and among Canadian Armenian businessmen. The Canada Armenia Business Council strives on two fronts to create networking opportunities for its members, and the communities at large. Locally, CABC’s efforts are directed at creating an amicable

atmosphere for Canadian Armenian business people to develop relationships; and on the Armenian front to link businesses in Canada and Armenia together. Many of Terzian’s friends and colleagues presented gifts, which ranged from an original painting to a pack of his favourite Armenian cigars. When Terzian accepted his Business Person Of The Year Award, a carved wooden statue handcrafted by Hagop Janbazian, he said ever-

so-humbly that it felt like the stories he had heard were about someone else. His passion for Armenia came through his trademark booming voice when he spoke about the homeland and about ways to advance its economy. Guests were treated to a delightful performance by singer Elie Berberian, who took to the stage several times throughout the night – and it was arranged to be a nice surprise to Terzian, who is a great fan of the singer.

The gala came to an end with a rousing rendition of Sayat Nova from Elie Berberian and his pianist Khatchatur Ghazarian. Many sang along to the Armenian classic, before making rounds of thank-yous and well wishes to friends and colleagues. The most prominent comment from attendees was “Vartskernit Gadar”, which loosely translates to “Job well done” - that is to say the least.


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AYF Winterfest Heats Things Up Once Again

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Organizer and singer Jacob Porposian on stage The second annual AYF Winterfest was held on the grounds of the Armenian Youth Centre from February 3-5. The three-day festival held its end of the promise by providing non-stop, heart-pounding entertainment, featuring both local and international talents, a massive heated outdoor tent and fun-filled activities for children. The over 2000 attendees from across Canada and the United States also enjoyed the Winter Marketplace, as well as a wide variety of both Armenian and Canadian cuisine. “Winterfest far surpassed all our

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expectations,” said Karnig Hasserjian, president of the AYF Winterfest organizing committee. “Looking back and watching everything fall into place while hearing only positive remarks from attendees makes the past couple months of tireless work all worthwhile,” noted Hasserjian. AYF Winterfest, which is dedicated to attract not only the Toronto-Armenian community but the Toronto youth at large, featured an array of Canadian entertainers including Dark Dance Company, Karina Es, DJ Armo Kidd, Armen @ the Bazar, SPRAOI

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Karl Wolf electrifying the crowd Photos/ShantiMixPhotography (Shant Ohannessian) fiddle band, and community favourite Khoren Mouradian. Internationally acclaimed Canadian entertainer Karl Wolf also performed, energizing the crowd with his hit songs, including his most recent release, “Mash it Up”. A new face to the Toronto stage was upand-coming Armenian patriotic singer, Krisdapor Arabian. He made his mark in Toronto with his heartfelt renditions of popular Armenian patriotic songs. California-based singer Armen Aloyan headlined on Saturday night with a repertoire that included his original pieces as well as many classics. The children’s

singing duo, Hoy Lari, who also hailed from California, entertained the hundreds children in attendance on Sunday afternoon and brought them to their feet with their hit songs. “We wanted to offer an array of entertainers that would appeal to everyone from the youngest fans to the young at heart,” said Jacob Porpossian, Communication and Marketing Manager of AYF Winterfest. Attendees are looking forward to the next AYF Winterfest as the committee has promised to make the event even bigger and better for 2013.

Young Minds Lectures on Children and Video Games and Geographic Information Systems The Young Minds Lecture Series organised by Armen Karo Student Association is a series of monthly lectures given by recent graduates or students in undergraduate or graduate programmes. Speakers are either Armenians speaking on an open range of topics, or non-Armenians presenting on issues that can be of interest to our community. The lecture series was born out of a realisation that young Armenian university students lack a forum through which they can share their research with fellow academic aspirants. Accordingly, Armen Karo Student Association seeks to help them broadcast their

expertise through these lectures, thereby aiding in both exposing and encouraging the growth of the academic potential of Ontario’s Armenian students. Peter Melkonian, a graduate of the University of Toronto–Scarborough and the University of Western Ontario, gave this year’s first presentation on January 29. His talk, entitled “The Impact of Video Games on Childhood Development,” explored the positive and negative effects of video games on children and adolescents in the context of education. He showed that a high percentage of video games consumed by this age demographic

are first-person shooters and sports games, which do not promote enriched learning. Roleplaying games, however, were shown to be potentially strong tools that can help youth develop stronger reading and comprehension skills. The second talk was given by Alex and Jiro Istanboulian on February 12, and was called “The Expanding Role of Geographic Information Systems.” Both Istanboulians received their master’s degrees in spatial analysis from Ryerson University and currently apply their knowledge at the Royal Bank of Canada and Bell Mobility respectively. Their

lecture revealed that a geographic information system (GIS) is a structure designed to manipulate and analyse geographically referenced data, such as demographics, population densities, traffic conditions, and others. GIS was shown to be a useful tool for revealing relationships between raw data, which are then applied in, for example, deciding where to open a new Tim Horton’s or rebuilding the world through Google Maps. Upcoming lectures will be covering quantum computing, Armenian-Ontarian history, architecture and human rights and development.

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French Council Finds Bill Penalizing Genocide Denial Unconstitutional

The French constitutional council issued a statement February 28 considering the bill penalizing the denial of genocides unconstitutional, arguing that it curbs freedom of speech. The bill would have rendered punishable the denial of genocides France has officially recognized, like the Armenian genocide. France already has a law in place penalizing Holocaust denial. The council had the three following options: It could have ruled the resolution as approved is consistent with the constitution, and thus pave the way for a presidential signature; could have determined that portions of the bill are not consistent with the French Constitution, in which case the bill would return to the National Assembly to be amended (which could cause problems, since the National Assembly will go on vacation to prepare for the presidential elections); or could have found the resolution entirely unconstitutional, in which case Sarkozy would have to re-introduce the matter in the

National Assembly. On February 1st, two ministers had told AFP that French President Nicolas Sarkozy will immediately submit a new draft of a law punishing denial of the Armenian Genocide if France’s top judicial body rejects it. “The president told us in cabinet that he would immediately submit a new draft if there is a rejection by the Constitutional Council” of a bill approved recently by the French Parliament, one of the ministers said, who spoke on condition of anonymity. Another minister said Sarkozy criticized cabinet members who had opposed the bill, saying, they “did not see past the ends of their noses.” He said a rejection of the bill by the Constitutional Council could open the door to questioning a law that penalizes denial of the Holocaust. After being approved by the National Assembly and Senate, the law was put on hold on Jan. 31 after politicians opposed to the legislation demanded that its constitutionality be examined. Two separate groups of French politicians who oppose the

legislation–from both the Senate and the Lower House–had formally requested the Constitutional Council to examine the law. The groups said they each had gathered more than the minimum 60 signatures required to ask the council to test the law’s constitutionality. By law, the council was obliged to deliver its judgment within a month. On Dec. 22, the French General Assembly had approved the bill, prompting Ankara to withdraw its ambassador from Paris, only to have him return a few weeks later. France adopted a bill officially recognizing the Armenian Genocide in 2001.

Sarkozy Asks Government to Prepare New Law on Genocide Denial

French President Nicolas Sarkozy asked the government to prepare a new law on criminalizing genocide denial. The call came less than an hour after the French

French President Nicholas Sarkozy meets with his Armenian counterpart, Serzh Sarkisian, in September 2011 in Paris. Constitutional Council issued a statement considering the bill penalizing the denial of genocides unconstitutional arguing that it curbs freedom of speech. Turkey welcomed the ruling of the Council.

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said the cabinet would meet to consider restarting contacts with France, which were frozen after the French parliament passed the bill on Jan. 23, reported Reuters.

9th Circuit Strikes down Law on Genocide-Era Insurance Claims

Ninth Circuit Court Armenian Americans sharply criticized a recent 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision in the Movsesian v. Versicherung case, which would effectively bar Americans of Armenian descent from seeking the return of stolen Armenian Genocide era insurance assets through U.S. courts, under California law. “This ruling opens the door for foreign governments to try to roll back the clock on human rights, potentially putting at peril American grassroots efforts – along the lines of the anti-Apartheid, Darfur G e n o c i d e , a n d F r e e Ti b e t movements – that so often start at the state and local level, sometimes even against opposition at the federal level, before winning broad acceptance by the American people and the U.S. government,” stated ANCA Executive Director Aram Hamparian. “Turkey has no right to hold all three branches of the U.S. government hostage to its irrational and hateful denial of the Armenian Genocide, a crime that has already been broadly recognized by American civil society and government, once by a U.S. President, at least twice by the House of Representatives, 42 times by separate U.S. states, and hundreds of times by municipal governments in nearly every state of our union. There is nothing in this judgment –

or in any court ruling – that will stand in the way of our pursuit of a principled U.S. policy in support of a truthful, just, and comprehensive resolution of the Armenian Genocide.” In an 18-page ruling by the 9th Circuit Court, the Court found that a California law, which extended the statute of limitations for Armenian Genocide victims and their heirs to bring claims against corporations for unpaid benefits, “intrudes on the federal government’s exclusive power to conduct and regulate foreign affairs.” The decision cites Turkey’s threats against countries which seek to properly commemorate this crime and President Obama’s reticence to refer to the crime as ‘genocide’ in his annual commemorative statements as among the reasons for their conclusion that the law “has a direct impact upon foreign relations and may well adversely affect the power of the central government to deal with those problems.” The 9th Circuit Court decision specifically states that the court does not “offer any opinion about California’s ability to express support for Armenians by, for example, declaring a commemorative day.” Over 42 U.S. states have adopted resolutions or issued proclamations properly commemorating the

Armenian Genocide. Prior to the en banc consideration of the matter on December 14, 2011, California Attorney General Kamala Harris was joined by Hawai’i Attorney General David Louie, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto, and Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin in defending California’s and other states’ rights to enact legislation referring to the Armenian Genocide. In a joint amicus brief, the Attorneys General argued that “[a]llowing the federal government to dictate to the states the words they may and may not use . . . raises a serious issue of federalism.” They also noted that in contrast to other cases preempting state laws, “here no treaty, congressional resolution or executive agreement establishes a federal foreign policy that conflicts with, or displaces” the California statute at hand. California state and federal legislators, in a separate amicus brief, noted that “there is no precedent for holding a state statute preempted merely because of the terminology that it uses.” To do so would render the foreign affairs doctrine “beyond recognition.” They also assert that unlike other California statutes concerning Holocaust-era or World War II slave labor claims, which have been struck down, “there is no federal action to negotiate an international compensation regime for claims related to the Armenian Genocide.” The amicus brief was filed on behalf of some of U.S. Representatives. Earlier in the case, the Armenian Bar Association, Armenian National Committee of America, Zoryan Institute for Contemporary Armenian Research and Documentation, Inc., the International Association of Genocide Scholars, Genocide Education Project, Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action, and Center for the Study of Law and Genocide filed amicus briefs and were represented “pro bono” by David

Balabanian and David Salmons, both partners at the international firm Bingham McCutchen. Claims for unpaid life insurance policies dating back to the Armenian Genocide were first brought by plaintiff’s attorney Vartkes Yeghiayan. Attorneys representing plaintiffs include Brian Kabateck, Mark Geragos, and Lee Crawford Boyd. The 9th Circuit case Movsesian v. Versicherung AG involves life insurance claims dating from the Armenian Genocide era. In 2000, California passed a law, which extended the statute of limitations for life insurance claims that were never paid out, in some cases because insurance companies insisted heirs produce death certificates of relatives, who were murdered during the Armenian Genocide, before honoring the policies. The California statute, which

was introduced by former State Senator and current Associate Justice of the California Court of Appeal Charles ‘Chuck’ Poochigian and former State Senator and current Congresswoman Jackie Speier (DCA), allowed California residents to file until December 31, 2010. The law has since been amended through legislation introduced by State Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-43), extending the statute of limitations to file claims until December 31, 2016. Defendant German insurance companies, which are being represented by the Los Angeles office of Mayer Brown, have been joined by the Republic of Turkey in their attempts to strike down California’s law, claiming there is an “express federal policy” to prohibit states from any reference to the Armenian Genocide.

“Anonymous” Launches Operation Armenian Genocide (The Armenian Weekly)- The “hacktivist” (activist hackers) group “Anonymous” recently released a new video announcing Operation Armenian Genocide, which threatens attacks against Turkish and U.S. government websites if they fail to recognize the Armenian Genocide. “ … A n d t o t h e Tu r k i s h government: In 1915, The Turkish killed millions of Armenians. Now you have to pay for your actions. Nearly two million people were killed by the Turkish including children and women and yet you still deny the existence of the genocide… This is a warning to you. We will start targeting Turkish government websites until the genocide is confirmed,” read the altered voice on the YouTube clip uploaded on Jan. 25. The message also threatened to engage in cyber-attacks against

official U.S. websites if the genocide is not recognized by “next year.” It is unclear whether the deadline is April 2012 or April 2013. “Every four years in the United States, every official who wants to be a president tells the Armenian people that they will confirm the existence of the Armenian Genocide. However, the U.S. has not yet see page 26


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Armenia Fund Begins Construction of Vocational School in Shushi The Hayastan All-Armenian Fund’s French affiliate has launched the construction of a vocational school in the city of Shushi. The future institution will be named after FrenchArmenian benefactor Yeznik Mozian, whose bequest has provided the necessary funds for the project. With a total area of 4,050 square meters, the school will accommodate up to 225 students. It will offer a three-year certificate program in various specialties as well as a broad spectrum of general academic subjects. The two-story campus will feature all required amenities including fully appointed classrooms, workshops, labs, and a library. The facility will also be equipped with central heating and air-conditioning, and will contain storage space for educational materials. Currently construction crews are laying the building’s foundations. “On the model and standards of similar French professional institutions our architects and consultants have designed this school to practice the most effective educational methods. School professors and instructors will be selected and trained accordingly”, says the Mozian family representative Robert Aydabirian. Graduates of the Yeznik Mozian School

-who will be certified variously as locksmiths, metalworkers, welders, casing workers, masons, painters, roofers, stuccoer, tilers, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and other specialists–are expected to enter the local job market, helping fill the shortage of trade professionals. “The school will welcome students from all over Karabakh as well as Armenia, being equipped with dormitory facilities and aimed at becoming the most advanced school of this kind in the region”, points out the chairman of the Hayastan Fund French affiliate Bedros Terzian. “Today Artsakh is in dire need of highly skilled professionals in the construction sector,” says Kajik Khachatryan, head of the Shushi District Administration. “The Yeznik Mozian School will mean a wonderful opportunity for young people who wish to specialize in a particular trade and become accomplished specialists.” “The establishment of the Yeznik Mozian School is an unprecedented initiative in the history of our organization,” said Ara Vardanyan, executive director of the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund. “We are confident that, thanks to the contribution of our FrenchArmenian benefactor, the socio-economic

Hayastan All-Armenian Fund completes renovation of Nephrology and Dialysis departments at St. Gregory Hospital

The Hayastan All-Armenian Fund recently completed an extensive renovation of the Nephrology and Dialysis departments of Yerevan's St. Gregory the Illuminator (Surb Grigor Lusavorich) Hospital. The refurbishment was made possible by the fund's Toronto affiliate (with sponsorship of a Toronto-based benefactor), within the framework of 2011 projects implemented through sponsorspecified grants. The renovated premises, encompassing a total area of 1,120 square meters, include eight patient rooms, a cafeteria, two offices, and all restrooms. In addition, the power and water systems have been replaced and a central-heating system was installed. Both upgraded departments have been fully operational since mid-December. Dr. Razmik Pandunts, who heads the Nephrology and Dialysis departments, had high praise for the quality of the upgrades as he conveyed his gratitude to the Hayastan AllArmenian Fund. “Without a doubt, our staff has been delighted to work in such beautifully

renovated facilities,” Dr. Pandunts said. “This new environment is also having a visibly positive effect on our patients.” The Nephrology and Dialysis departments employ a staff of 36, including six doctors and 30 nurses. Today some 55 patients receive treatment at the two wings, which together have the capacity to serve up to 80 patients at a time. The Hayastan All-Armenian Fund is currently carrying out two other projects sponsored by its Toronto affiliate: the complete renovation of the third and fourth floors of the Nork Retirement Home, in Yerevan; and the refurbishment of the Education and Cultural Centre of Shushi, Artsakh. Commenting on the completion of the St. Gregory Hospital project and other initiatives sponsored by the Toronto affiliate, Migirdic Migirdicyan, its chairman, said, ”We are extremely gratified by the fact that the Armenian community of Toronto is doing its utmost to be of assistance to our sisters and brothers in the homeland.”

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The construction work for a vocational school in Shushi. development of Shushi will be further boosted by an educational institution poised to produce generations of highly qualified professionals.” The Yeznik Mozian School is being constructed in Shushi’s eastern neighborhood,

which continues to be developed as the city’s educational quarter. It is already home to several music and liberal-arts schools as well as the Agriculture Department of Artsakh State University.

US Launches Competitiveness Project in Armenia A project called Enterprise Development and Market Competitiveness, which is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) was launched recently in Armenia. The five-year initiative seeks to “stimulate sustainable growth in employment and incomes in Armenia by promoting growth in high potential value chains, which have strong export potential,” reported ArmRadio. USAID jointly with Pragma Corporation and Armenia’s Economy Ministry will implement the EDMC project aimed at creating favorable conditions for development of small and medium businesses in Armenia, enhancement of market competitiveness, promotion of innovations as well as boosting of labor force potential. US Ambassador John Heffern, who was present at the inauguration of the initiative

said, “Armenia and the U.S. have vast potential for deepening trade ties.” “Hopefully this project will foster further development of bilateral relations,” the ambassador said, noting Armenia as an important partner of the U.S. “Ambassador Heffern has a real opportunity to breath life into his admirable remarks by leading the charge for bilateral accords – such as a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement, a Double Tax Treaty, and eventually a Free Trade Agreement – that will deliver real, concrete results in terms of U.S.-Armenia trade and investment growth. The numbers don’t lie, and – sadly – they tell a story of failed leadership in terms of growing the U.S.-Armenia economic relationship,” said Aram Hamparian, Executive Director of the Armenian National Committee of America.

Armenian Official: Yerevan 'Vulnerable' To Powerful Earthquake (RFE/RL)- Most of the residential buildings in the Armenian capital Yerevan may not withstand a powerful earthquake and are in urgent need of strengthening, an official from the National Seismic Defense Service has warned. Gurgen Namalian, head of an urban construction division at the government agency, said "those buildings...need to be strengthened from the seismic viewpoint so that t h e y. . . w i t h s ta n d a n t i c i pa t e d s t r o n g earthquakes." Namalian spoke to journalists on December 7, the 23rd anniversary of a catastrophic earthquake in northern Armenia that killed some 25,000 people and left hundreds of thousands homeless. The huge death toll was blamed on poor construction standards in Soviet Armenia. Many of the apartment blocks in the disaster area encompassing the country's second-largest city of Gyumri crumbled despite being designed for a seismically active zone. There are hundreds of similar buildings in Yerevan, a city of 1 million people. Namalian said about 60 percent of them are vulnerable to collapse in a quake measuring more than eight on a 12-point scale. "Almost all our major cities, including Yerevan, are located in the third seismic zone, where anticipated earthquakes can measure

nine points and more," he said. He described as "very unsatisfactory" the measures taken thus far by the relevant authorities to improve the situation. Namalian also said that new structures constructed in and outside Yerevan generally meet seismic safety standards set by the National Seismic Defense Service. Most of them are expensive residential and office buildings.


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Suicides among Pensioners Spike amid Economic Woes

Marianna Grigoryan

by Sevag Harutyunian

chief specialist at Yerevan’s AYG Center for Psychological Services. “People’s hopes for the future are broken, life gets more and more expensive, and pensioners feel they are ignored. They cannot afford their basic needs, [so their] panic is growing, an inner struggle emerges, and sometimes they cannot overcome it.” Like elsewhere in the Caucasus, Armenians consider the care for elderly relatives as an obligation; violating that obligation brings dishonor to the family, and shows disrespect to the relative. The Western tendency of elderly people living independently from relatives is generally viewed as an alien concept. But now, many families simply can no longer afford to look after elderly family members. Unemployment is at 6 percent, officially, but unofficial estimates run well into the double-digits. The two women who killed themselves on February 7 were not living with relatives. For some elderly Armenians, the ability of younger generations to provide support can be a matter of life or death. One 68-year-old pensioner who lives with her son’s family in a Yerevan suburb explained the situation: “pensioners living alone cannot survive without relatives; they cannot afford buying food or

medicine,” said the pensioner, who asked not to be named. “This becomes a dead-end for many people.” Pollster Aharon Adibekian, director of the Sociometer center, said that data from recent surveys suggests a sense of despair is growing among the elderly. “Extreme poverty has increased, and the elderly, the pensioners, have become part of the most vulnerable [population] group. They are sick, they have nobody to care for them, they are tired of everything,” Adibekian said. “They don’t feel a use for themselves in society.” Armenia’s high rate of labor migration– reportedly 41,000 people in 2011, according to government data – may contribute to the suicide phenomenon, given that it strains family ties, said Poghosian. Many male migrants, in fact, never, or only sporadically return home; leaving relatives to cope on their own, aside from sending cash remittances. Anahit Gevorgian, a specialist working in the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs on social welfare policy for the elderly, concedes that “life for elderly people is not easy at all,” but maintains that the government is doing its best to help pensioners. In January, the government slightly increased the monthly pension for half a million pensioners from 28,700

drams (about $75) to 31,300 drams or about $82. The minimum pension increased by roughly a quarter to 13,000 drams or about $34. The government also runs four homes that provide various forms of assistance to the elderly, and some 30 charity canteens for the poor throughout the country. But with steadily increasing inflation, the increase in pensions went unnoticed for many pensioners. Food prices rose by 6.1 percent in 2011; costs for other items leaped by 4.3 percent, according to official data. “I would gladly see our officials live on this pension for at least one month,” commented the Yerevan

pensioner. “It doesn’t even cover the u t i l i t i e s b i l l s i n w i n t e r. ” Prospects for additional assistance seem dim. In 2011, Forbes magazine ranked Armenia as the world’s second-worst economy, just after Madagascar. The opposition Heritage Party has called for hearings on the issue, a proposal the Republican Party of Armenia, the kingmaker in Armenia’s governing coalition, says it supports, along with an “in-depth study” of the problem. “The situation really causes concern, and we should not wait for anything,” said Heritage Party parliamentary faction leader Stepan Safarian.

Modernization Gone Wrong in Armenia

In Yerevan there’s a common yet flawed perception that imitating others is a sure to development and globalization. So much so that “modernization” is being embraced at the expense of our cultural roots that we have thrived on for centuries. A tour of the streets of Yerevan will quickly reveal the fact that local products with “Made in Armenia” tags are simply unappreciated. Most high end cafés don’t serve Armenian coffee; Mediterranean Cuisines refuse to serve Armenian beer. Supermarkets on Northern Ave. have never carried Armenian cigarettes. This may seem foreign and incomprehensible to the Spyurkahai tourists, who flock to the Homeland every summer in the hope of celebrating and enjoying everything Armenian and Made in Armenia. Armenia is eager to become a European standards nation, but judging from the streets of Yerevan its strive is only superficial. The outer shell may look like Europe but the inner core has barely changed since the fall of the communist regime. The infrastructure of the country is very much the same: slow or no improvements in the health sector, in traffic enforcement, and low wages, pensions, and

an absence of social and economic justice. Walking down the street you can’t help but notice the store front signs written in English, and then directly translated into Armenian. A statement like “Ays abrankuh yevrobayits ah” leaves no room for questioning. The oligarchs have it best; they set high prices in “yevro”. Right away you lose interest and leave the store baffled by the unaffordable prices even by tourists’ standards. My recent trip not only made me aware of this growing phenomenon in Armenia, it also made me focus on similar trends in the diaspora. There’s a parallel between similar issues of yearning for the non-Armenian, proudly accepting others’ customs and embracing our neighbors traditions, foods, music as our own. Part of the problem is globalization and easy access. The second is perhaps genetic; living under many different empires for thousands of years has made us quick in embracing the others’ culture but at the same time made us immune to assimilation. Let’s be honest, the same adopted foreign words that are used on store fronts in Yerevan are very much used in our Diasporan published newspapers, event flyers, and any print

material. We treat our own language as an economy class passenger, in small fonts at the tiniest corners of the page. Music is something close to my heart and the lack of Armenian music is noticeable anywhere you walk in Yerevan. Supermarkets play Russian, or top 40 euro. Cafés showcase the kings of jazz like Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder. The night clubs have an interesting mix of music from Bulgarian to Romanian hits and into Greek but sure enough Armenian doesn’t make the cut. It’s interesting because for a people who have such a vast variety of genres and a rich palate of music we yet again forget to be proud of our own. Forgot to mention the ear drilling music that can be heard from some white Lada cars driving up and down the streets, Rabiz music on, perhaps on their way to Parvana restaurant where the king of Rabiz Tatoul or Hayko or Hovo or tens of other singers take the stage with their excuse of Armenian music. I can also draw the parallel here to most Diasporan singers who continuously deteriorate our music and peoples taste by providing “pop” or new age Armenian sounding tunes, if not “international” songs by their understanding.

Of course we are blessed to have some pockets in Hayastan where you can take refuge in the shelter of true patriotic Armenians that are proud of their city, streets, people, and know what we need to fix within ourselves before trying to become European. I have come to a great reconciliation within myself. Armenians are the same no matter where we have lived and what experiences we come from. Yes, we are hospitable, warm and welcoming, hard working, and best of all great visionaries. We have built the first of many things, excelled in many fields, have been the biggest bankers in the Ottoman Empire, conducted powerful business in any continent we have lived on. We have one major flaw; we love our neighbours more than we care about our own. Now that we have another chance at independent living, let’s truly better appreciate ourselves, understand what is genuinely ours and excel at it. As a nation let’s be ready for the challenges that lie ahead, for it is with self understanding and acceptance we can build and build our united Armenia.

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(EurasiaNet)- Two tragedies occurred February 7 in the Shengavit, District of the Armenian capital Yerevan: a 67-year-old woman hanged herself; and a 62year-old woman threw herself from the sixth floor of a building. These cases highlight a disturbing trend in Armenia, where the number of suicides and suicide attempts among the elderly is reaching alarming heights. Some observers attribute the trend -- at least in part -- to Armenia’s economic doldrums. Overall, the Armenian Statistical Service reports an increase of nearly 30 percent in the number of suicides and suicide attempts in 2011 (647 incidents) compared to numbers in 2009, the year Armenia’s economy shrank by more than 14 percent. Unemployed Armenians, between the ages of 30 and 65, account for the bulk of these incidents -- some 56.7 percent, said Karine Kuyumjian, head of the Service’s Census and Demography Department. But it is those over the age of 65 years old -- 23.1 percent of the total suicides and suicide attempts - who have attracted the most attention. “The number of suicides has grown significantly,” commented psychologist Ruben Poghosian, a


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DIASPORA ARMENIANS

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Armenians in Syria by Nanore Barsoumian The Armenian community of Syria —and, in general, the Syrian Christian community that makes up roughly 8-10 percent of the population—is weary of the uncertain future. “They are facing a new phase. Armenians, like all minorities in the country, are vulnerable and fear a collapse of the security structures in Syria,” Nora Arissian, a historian and lecturer at Damascus University, told the Weekly. Fr. Karekin Bedourian, who traveled to Syria in November 2011, observed how lives had been put on hold and a general atmosphere of fear dominated every activity. “We could not travel from city to city without concern for our safety. The rebels were everywhere. They were even persecuting those who were not joining them and participating in the protests,” he said. “In the past, we used to travel at night throughout the country without any fear, even in cities considered fanatically Islamic. Now, people are afraid to come out in their own cities,” he added. Originally from Aleppo, Fr. Bedourian recently moved to North Andover, Mass., where he is the pastor of St. Gregory Armenian Church. The insecurity Bedourian describes hit closer to home for Armenians about a week before army conscript Viken Hairabedian’s death, when another young Armenian man, Kevork Chubukchian, was abducted in Aleppo. His kidnappers have demanded a large sum of money for his release. Chubukchian “was targeted perhaps not for his identity, but most likely for his wealth,” said a Syrian Armenian from Aleppo (hereafter referred to as T.N.). The blame cannot rest squarely on the shoulders of the opposition, he explained, as the Syrian government is ultimately responsible for the security in the country. “The government is not only failing to do its job, but it is also killing civilians,” he said, and accused authorities of freeing criminals under the guise of “general amnesty for political prisoners,” while, in reality, most political prisoners remain behind bars. “The regime thinks that when the level of fear rises, the demand for security will overshadow the demand for freedom,” T.N. said. Fr. Bedourian, however, lays the blame squarely on the shoulders of the opposition. The rebels do not comprehend the true meaning of freedom and patriotism, he said, and instead choose to act as pawns in the hands of foreign governments, and take arms against their own. A neutral course Despite high tensions and increasing violence, the Syrian-Armenian community strives to navigate a neutral course. It has refrained from taking an official and public position, although members continuously voice their willingness to stand by the government— regardless of who holds power—for the sake of peace and stability, said T.N. Historian Ara Sanjian believes there is nothing the Syrian Armenians can do in this internal conflict. “They only need to save their heads, and hope that the lightning won’t strike them too hard,” he told the Weekly. “The community does not have faith in the alternative, and thus it is attached to this regime—especially because they have the example of Iraq right in front of their eyes. Saddam was a ruthless dictator, but he kept certain elements—especially religious extremist—in his country in check. Now, they’ve been let loose, and the violence is widespread,” said Sanjian, adding that as a result, half of Iraq’s Christian population has fled and will most likely never return. The Americans did not anticipate some of the consequences when they decided to invade the country in 2003, he said. “Now there is an attempt to establish some sort of American-style freedom… but in the process a centuries-old Christian culture in the country is being erased.” What happened to Iraq’s Christians is in Assad’s favor, Sanjian explained, because Syrians see what happened post-Saddam. “They prefer to put up with the current regime and enjoy social freedoms, rather than turn into another Iraq. Those freedoms may disappear tomorrow if the Muslim Brotherhood or other

hard-line Sunni Muslim groups come to power.” In fact, according to T.N., some Syrian Armenians have vocalized their support for Assad by taking to the streets in pro-government rallies, while a few are working for the Syrian intelligence service, reporting on the activities of fellow Armenians. Members of the Syrian-Armenian community would face a heavy-handed response if they were to veer off course, and voice support for the opposition: Dissenters would be labeled “traitors” and fall victim to a “witch hunt,” he said. T.N. believes the path of neutrality is the wisest choice. “Any wrong step could cost innocent lives now or in the future. We must have the Lebanese-Armenian community as an example during that country’s 15 years of civil war. If you can stay neutral, that is the best option. If you can’t, try to put your eggs in more than one basket.” Yet, some Armenians in the community have joined the opposition. A Syrian Armenian activist from Raqqa, 27-year-old Jimmy Shahinian, was imprisoned by authorities after he was accused of being part of the opposition. Shahinian was freed on Dec. 19. The question of how much support the opposition enjoys is a contentious one among the Syrian-Armenians interviewed for this piece, as many believe the majority of Syrians are too fearful to voice their position. While T.N. asserts the rebels enjoy the sympathy and support of broad segments of the public, another activist, who wished to remain anonymous, said the real numbers of opposition supporters are unknown, since many avoid speaking out. “Perhaps 20 percent of Syrians are openly opposed to the system,” she said. “An equal proportion are supporters of the regime, and the rest of us are afraid to express our views.” Revolution or reform Arissian, who is a member of the Arab Writers’ Union, thinks the uprisings stemmed from corruption and economic hardships affecting a segment of Syrian society. Assad responded to the initial discontent by signing new laws and assembling a committee tasked with rewriting the Syrian Constitution. “These reforms would transfer Syria into a multi-party political system,” she said. Sanjian is skeptical about any real reform taking root in Syria. Although he believes that Assad may be more generous in guaranteeing social freedoms for the country’s inhabitants than a successor regime—likely to be dominated by hard-line Sunni Islamists—he is unhappy with the way the issue of reform has been tackled by the government so far. The Syrian government and its security agencies have long infiltrated every aspect of Syrian society. Since the uprisings began, the government has been on the offensive, accusing rebels of being foreign agents. “I still don’t have much faith in the proposed reforms because there have not been many practical steps, or even a widely publicized national debate on the matter,” Sanjian said. For T.N., what is happening is no less than a full-blown revolution, and it is a breakthrough for a public used to the watchful eye of the secret intelligence services. “It broke the wall of fear and silence, and people started to talk about taboos,” he said. Foreign intervention Regardless of their position, most SyrianArmenians seem apprehensive of foreign intervention, believing that Syrians’ interests do not factor prominently in the calculations of foreign governments. Specifically, Turkey’s role in supporting the opposition is a cause for concern for many Syrian-Armenians. “Turkey is creating problems,” said Fr. Bedourian, adding that he distrusts the Turkish position and believes there is an element of “evil” in Turkey’s policies towards Syria. During his visit to the country in November, Fr. Bedourian frequently heard news and anecdotes about Syrian citizens who trained in Turkey for months before returning to Syria and joining the opposition. Some of those were apprehended by Syrian authorities, he said.

Army conscript Viken Hairabedian's funeral in Aleppo Syrian opposition members have formed a semi-official government in exile, the Syrian National Council (SNC), headquartered in Istanbul. The SNC is supported by the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria, as well as other dissident groups and individuals. “There was some talk that when [Russian Foreign Minister Sergei] Lavrov visited Syria a few days ago, the Syrians sent back with him to Turkey over 40 Turkish operatives they had arrested in recent weeks. If this is true, what is also significant is that the Syrian government did not make much fuss about it,” said Sanjian. Lavrov’s visit to Syria on Feb. 7 came days after Russia and China vetoed a UN resolution supporting an Arab plan to urge Assad to step down. According to Sanjian, Turkey, having gained confidence from its significant economic growth in recent years, is trying to find a shoe that fits. “Turkey is acting like a fresh college graduate without a job, sending resumes everywhere. We don’t know who will ultimately accept her for a full-time job, which will determine Turkey’s future course in international affairs. Her resume has not gotten so far a response from the Europeans, and that is why she is also knocking at other doors,” he said. Arissian, too, is skeptical of foreign intervention, which she considers driven by narrow interests. Turkey is merely using the unrest in Syria to advance its influence in the region, she said. Fr. Bedourian thinks “outside intervention led Syria to this unfortunate situation. Here, in the U.S., the concept [of freedom] is different and they want to see the same type of freedom in Syria, which I think is currently impossible [to achieve]. I agree that Syria needs a lot of changes and reforms…but not this way,” he added. “Every country needs reforms, changes, and improvements—even first-world countries— but no one has the right to sow the seeds of hatred and destruction in the country where they live and work.” According to Sanjian, there’s the issue of Israel finally relaxing; for that to happen, Iran must weaken, Hezbollah must weaken. These things are more important to the U.S., and if they can evoke the cause of democracy in the process, that’s a bonus for them in public diplomacy. The West, they say, wants democracy. Well, if that is its major objective, why don’t they want the same in Bahrain?” “The majority of the population in Bahrain is Shiite, hence believed to be close to Iran. The Bahraini king, who is Sunni, crushed the rebellion with direct Saudi assistance. In Syria, the situation is the reverse: The minority Alawi community dominates the country’s politics and has been close to Iran. Most of the regime’s opponents come from the majority Sunni community in the country,” Sanjian explained. Muslim Brotherhood: a threat? Many observers fear that if the Assad government falls, its replacement will be much more authoritarian. “Many voices warn that the Arab Spring will lead to an Islamic winter,” said Arissian.

According to Sanjian, the Muslim Brotherhood is the only organized opposition in Syria. “If this regime falls, and Syria remains intact, it is the most likely force that will gain control, similar to what happened in Egypt,” he said. “The rest of the opposition leaders who are sitting in France and Istanbul say a lot of

Armenians in Syria, past and present Between 60,000-70,000 Armenians call Syria home, constituting less than 0.5 percent of the country’s total population. More than half of them live in Aleppo, with the other half scattered in such cities as Latakia, Homs, Kamishli, Hasake, Yakoubiye, Raqqa, Kessab, and, of course, the capital Damascus. In the early 1950’s, Armenian schools, along with other foreign institutions, were closed for the purpose of “Arabization” and to rid the country of alleged foreign influence. Lengthy negotiations eventually secured their reopening. In 1967, after the Arabs lost the war to Israel, Armenian schools were once again threatened with permanent closure. Again, an arrangement was made: Armenian was to be taught only as a language of religious ritual, as a tool to understand the liturgy and teachings of the Armenian Apostolic, Catholic, and Evangelical churches. Armenian classes, however, would encompass other topics as well, from history to literature. It is a system, said historian Ara Sanjian, where authorities know of what is being taught, but they continue to turn a blind eye because they know that the maintenance of Armenian ethnic identity poses no threat to Syria. Over the past 10-20 years, the number of students in Armenian schools has remained high, now even surpassing the number in Lebanese-Armenian schools, and Armenian-language textbooks have been produced in Aleppo at an impressive rate. During the presidency of Hafez Assad, and later Bashar Assad, Armenians held to the right to teach their language in their schools, and to hold Mass in their churches. Syria and Armenia enjoy close relations, although the cozy relations between Turkey and Syria over the last decade affected the media’s handling of topics relating to Armenians. things that are palatable for Western media, but on the ground, I don’t think they hold any real power, or that they can score substantial gains during any hypothetical post-Assad elections. We saw an example of that in Egypt.” The electability of the Muslim Brotherhood lies in the fact that the majority of the population has little education and would be moved by religious rhetoric, argued Sanjian, who takes the possibility of a Sunni Islamic belt forming i n see page 23


23 “Still Documenting the Classic Fairy Tales Retold with Armenian Twist fairy tales are ArmenianIn this Armenian version of the 1915 Genocide” Part II ized Popular in a new five-book series of children's classic, Little Red Hood (Garmir زðî 2012 ¾. î²ðÆ, ÂÆô 77

ART/CULTURE

(Politics, Prose and Poetry) Alan Whitehorn

Artistic portrayal of the Armenian Genocide can emerge through the literary word, whether in novels, short stories, plays, poetry or even film scripts. Often the inspiration for such works can be found in a specific traumatic incident, a particular family’s agonizing odyssey or a village’s or region’s shared bleak fate. Unfortunately, a great tragic void is created by genocide due to the vast numbers of dead victims (often entire families and community groups). As a result, so many key episodes are not fully or formally recorded. But sometimes, vivid memories continue, as best they can, in the oral tradition of survivor accounts passed on, from one generation to another. They are perhaps told in hushed, quiet, reflective moments. Armenian families often share fragmentary family recollections from those terrible times. When Armenians learn of my ongoing academic work on genocide, it is not uncommon to be taken aside and told of a deeply personal account of the terrible plight of a parent, grandparent or even a great grandparent. It is often a metzmama’s searing tale of survival. One person whom I got to know well in Yerevan told me about her great grandmother. It is a powerful story that most of her colleagues at work never knew. Her family story had not previously been published. From her account and that of her family, I faithfully penned the following poem. It is an attempt to document at a personal level the 1915 Genocide; this time, through a literary voice.

The Woman With No Mirror

books. Hagop and the Hairy Giant (Jack and the Beanstalk), The Gurabia Man (The Gingerbread Man) and Little Red Hood and the Kesh Kayl (Little Red Riding Hood) are available for purchase now at Amazon.com, ArmenianKidsBooks.com and fine Armenian book retailers across the United States and Canada. Hagop and the Hairy Giant takes place in Masis, Armenia, where our hero Hagop scales a magic noorr (pomegranate) tree to rescue the lovely Maryam, a prisoner of Medz Mazod, the hairy giant. But before he saves the girl, Hagop must first go head-to-head with Medz Mazod, battling him with a kebab shish, leading to other adventures with the giant's magic oud and golden hav (chicken). The Gurabia Man is set in Sevan, Armenia, where the Donigian family is busy baking gurabia cookies for Dzenoont (Christmas). The little gurabia man springs to life and causes all kinds of mischief on the family farm before finally meeting his doom at the paws of a hungry aghves (fox) in Lake Sevan.

Klghanotz) has set out to Medz Mayreeg's (Grandma's) house to bring her sick grandmother some freshly baked lamajun. Little does she know, the kesh kayl (bad wolf) is hot on her trail, as lamajun is his favorite food to eat! The kesh kayl tricks Little Red Hood and arrives at Medz Mayreeg's house before her, hungrily waiting for the lamajun to arrive. The kayl's plot to steal the lamajun is ultimately foiled when Medz Mayreeg and some lumberjacks arrive on the scene to rescue Little Red Hood and the lamajun. The books are written in Arm-English (English with some Armenian words) and offer a fun way to teach children about Armenian language and culture, in a familiar story setting. A glossary of Armenian words and pronunciation guide are included to help readers learn the meanings of the Armenian words and to pronounce them correctly. The last two books in the series were available in Fall 2011 and include, The Three Little Karnoogs (The Three Little Pigs) and Voski and the Archoogians (Goldilocks and the Three Bears). All five

books are also being published in Western Armenian and will be available for purchase by the holiday season 2011. The author, Talene Dadian White, is an American Armenian, currently living in New York with her husband and two children. Talene's writing of Armenian children's books is inspired by her love of her Armenian heritage and her desire to keep it alive in her children and Armenian children everywhere.

Parajanov’s Life to be Turned into Movie

(RT)—The rollercoaster life of Armenian film director Sergey Parajanov Born in Van is worthy of a gripping movie plot. Adored and only five years old by Fellini and Truffaut for his edgy and when the terrible slaughter commenced flamboyant films, he spent years locked Her parents and brothers were killed. in a gulag for speaking out against the Her sisters abducted. stiffness of the Soviet regime in his movies. Yet, amidst the horror, He was a man of mystery, of scandal her neighbours, and tragedy. But no matter how Muslim Kurds, surrealistic his films – his real life was took in the young Christian child even more so. A new multi-national coand hid her for several days. production of his life is in the works Her kind and brave neighbours, directed by a man who knew him. were fearful of being caught defying the draconian state decrees, The film will take viewers to the which forbade any humanitarian assistance to the Armenians. places most loved by Parajanov – where he worked and spent most of his life: And so, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia and France. during the dark hours of the night, It’s to be directed by fellow Armenian the neighbours sent the child Serge Avedikian, who won the best short up into the mountains, film prize at Cannes in 2010. Avedikian ransom for her. to be hidden by a shepherd amongst his sheep. Parajanov was a true eccentric his has met and interviewed Parajanov in Once there, 1984. He says it’s as if Parajanov dinner plate had to be arranged in a she was cared for by others, “prompted” him to agree to tell the tale specific way, and there were rules for until she could be safely brought to Yerevan. of a free man who created his own world putting a cup on a table. His fantasy knew She alone of her family made the final journey. no borders – and so did his movies. He in defiance of the real one. “Charming but unbearable,” came to prominence in 1964 with the according to his second wife, Sergey “Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors” – a For the rest of her life, Parajanov defied the authorities for the story of a Ukrainian Romeo and Juliette in remembrance, sake of truth and good humour. When in which fantasy and traditions take over she only wore black. invited to play Karl Marx in a Soviet movie from realism. Described as ‘the greatest She mourned the loss of her extended family. he pretended to nit-pick the thick beard. movie ever created’ it caused Parajanov She also vowed never again to look into a mirror. That was the end of his acting career. to fall from grace with the authorities. For to do so, she feared Sergei Parajanov was born in 1924 They forced him to re-edit his next she would see in Georgia, but most of his works were surrealistic creation – “The colour of not herself, created in Ukraine. He moved there after pomegranates” – a story of a medieval the tragic death of his first wife. She had poet, told through a magic mix of colour, but her beloved lost sisters. been thrown under a train by her own plasticity, music, it talks about love and For the remainder of her life brothers – for marrying the penniless criticised authorities in a disguised way. she lived His politically incorrect jokes didn’t Parajanov who couldn’t pay the traditional with no mirror in her house. This way she would not see from page 22 whom she could not bear to have lost. the Middle East seriously. “In Tunisia the Alawis, whom they consider heretics. If Sunni Islamists are already in power. Libya the central power structure collapses, there Mariam’s family was profoundly grateful that I had recorded will likely fall to them as well. The Muslim is even a chance of the Alawis, Druzes, their family saga. After so many years of the family suffering Brotherhood is now the largest party in and Kurds seeking control over certain in private, now they shared the family chapter with friends, Egypt. Hamas in Palestine is a local version regions, according to Sanjian. colleagues, and others. It is a very dark page in history. This of the Muslim Brotherhood; Syria—and, if T.N., however, argues that it is unlikely is a poem of great loss, but also offers some hope. As best we it falls, then the Jordanian Parliament, that fundamental Islamists will come to can, we continue to try to document the 1915 Genocide, but too—will probably be taken over by the power, or suppress minorities. Armenians, it is a very, very difficult account to write. Sometimes, we have local Brotherhood branch. And finally, he said, believe that the only alternative there’s Turkey, where the ruling party is to the Assad regime is fundamental Islam, only fragments left, like a shattered mirror. a n o t h e r v e r s i o n o f t h e M u s l i m and that is false. “Even if Islamists win, the Brotherhood,” he said. possibility of targeting minorities and More than posing a threat to Armenians is highly exaggerated by the Alan Whitehorn is author of a number of books on the Armenian Genocide, including Just Poems: Reflections on the Armenian Christians, there is a greater chance of current regime, to portray themselves as the Muslim Brotherhood repressing Syria’s the only possible option for minorities. The Genocide.

go down well with the Soviet authorities, and he was accused of homosexual rape and spent five years in a prison gulag. It was only the intervention of world famous film makers like Fellini, Truffaut, and Antonioni got him released. After a fifteen year break he got back to work in 1983 creating his masterpiece: “Legend of Suram Fortress”. Sergey Parajanov died of cancer in 1990 in Armenia leaving his final movie “The Confession” unfinished. “My whole life I was motivated by jealousy”, Parajanov once said, “I used to be jealous of beautiful people – and became charming, I was jealous of smart people and became unpredictable.” Some say, he might have been jealous of the talented people – and became a genius.

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only fear might be the transitional period from collapse to rebuilding. If the transition is accompanied with chaos, anything might happen.” Armenians are keeping their options open, including the idea of moving to Armenia. “It is not a secret that a considerable number of Syrian-Armenians have applied for Armenian citizenship. But this doesn’t mean that they are ready or willing to immediately go to Armenia. Despite the escalation of the situation, Armenians in Syria are standing with the state, with their country Syria,” said Arissian. (Shortened version)


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