FREE THE “GENOCIDE RUG” !
Ninety-nine years after the Turkish genocide of the Armenians, one of the most poignant symbols of Armenian suffering is being held prisoner–by the White House. The prisoner is an 18-foot long rug. It was woven by several hundred Armenian orphan girls living in exile in Lebanon, as a gesture of appreciation for America’s assistance to …28/10/13
Mutasim Ali’s speech in Darfur Global Day 2013
It’s my great honor today to stand before you to speak on behalf of Darfuri refugees in the state of Israel. Let me on behalf of Darfuri refugees in Israel extend my thanks and appreciations to the Israeli civil society organizations, human rights organizations, national and international NGOs, Israeli public, community leaders, sympathizers, well-wishers and …27/04/13
The 98 Armenian Memorial day
Recently I have discovered a brother, a brother nation to my own. A nation whose parallel fate connects and intertwines us together. I would like to tell you some of what I have discovered, to your people and my people, the Armenians and the Jewish people. The city of Yerevan was established during the time …24/04/13
The 97 Armenian Memorial day
My partners in Dror Israel, who for years have led thousands of youth on trips to Poland – a journey to uncover the routes of the Zionist revolution, the Holocaust, and heroism – could not stand by and watch the horrors taking place in Rwanda and Yugoslavia in the 90s. In 1999, members of Dror …24/04/12