turkish-intelectualeTurkish Intellectuals Who Have Recognized the Reality of the Armenian Genocide Compiled by Hambersom Aghbashian

PASADENA — This book is a study of a very important issue which sheds light on Armenian and Turkish history. Many Turkish intellectuals (50 Turkish historians, physicians, artist, human rights activists, journalists and others) who support justice to Armenians and justice to the world, and have recognized the reality of the Armenian Genocide, blamed the Ottoman Empire for the perpetrated atrocities, and asked the Turkish government to admit the Armenian Genocide and apologize for that, and even to make reparations to the victims ancestors, are researched and comprehensively presented by the author. It includes a work, which puts history in the right perspective and proves the veracity of the Genocide. This is part (1) and part (2) will follow.

The signing of the book will take place at St. Gregory Armenian Church, Geragos Hall, on Sunday, August 30th, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. at 2250 E. Colorado St., Pasadena

The publisher of the book is A.D.L.(RAG) Nor Or Weekly Newspaper.

The book launching, Kinetzon is organized by A.D.L.(RAG) Nor Or Weekly Newspaper and Iraqi Armenian Family Association of Los Angeles.

The main speaker of the day is past editor of Nor Or Newspaper, Prof. Osheen Keshishian, who will present the book. Mr. Keshishian is a Professor in Glendale College and for the last fifty years he is the owner and Editor of The Armenian Observer Weekly, published in English.

There will a cultural presentation.

Admission of the event is open to all. There will be a reception at the end of the program, and you will have the opportunity to meet and greet the author, for book signing, and also meet all the present community leaders and dignitaries.

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