Armenian Genocide Museum - Egypt

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The Armenian Genocide Online Museum-Egypt

Egyptian certifications and corfirmations of the Armenian Genocide

Al Azhar Fatwa condemning the Turkish atrocities against the Armenians.

Documents showing Egyptian peoples financial support to Armenian refugees.

The original Turkish government decree ordering deportation of all Armenians from their homeland.

Egyptian Leader Saad Zaghloul Pa The Armenian refugees in Egypt.

1915 4000 Port Said Tent City 1915 where more than 4000 MusaLer province Armenian refugees were accommodated for 4 years.

Port Said Musaler Camp 1915

An Armenian Family at Port Said Camp

1915 , The prominent Egypto Armenian leader Boghos Pasha heads the Armenian Diaspora delegation in the Paris Peace conference.

The Armenian Genocide in Egypto Armenian artists works.

The Armenian Genocide in Egyptian news papers and mediaclick on below screen to watch video

Maps and information data about the Armenian Genocide

Photos of the Armenian Genocide

More Photos of the Armenian Genocide

Films and media about the Armenian Genocideclick on below screen to watch film

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Proofs of the Armenian Genocide in the International arena.

Venezuela 2005[94] Uruguay 1965, 2004[68][92] The first country to recognize the events as genocide. Syria 2015[90][91] Switzerland 2003 Denial of the genocide is criminalized. See also: Perinek v. SwitzerlandSweden 2010[89] Slovakia 2004 Denial of the genocide is criminalized. Punishable by up to 5 years in prison, per 2011 act.[88]Russia 1995, 2005, 2015[68] Poland 2005[87] Vice-President of the European Parliament Mr. Ryszard Czarnecki said he's proud Poland has already recognized and condemned the Armenian Genocide. Paraguay 2015 The Chamber of Senator in Paraguay unanimously adopted the resolution.[86] Ottoman Empire 1919[81] The verdict of the Turkish courts-martial of 191920 acknowledged the Armenian Genocide (then known as "war crimes"), and sentenced the perpetrators to death.[82] However, in 1921, during the resurgence of the Turkish National Movement, amnesty was given to those found guilty. Thereafter, the successive Turkish government, under Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, adopted a policy of denial.[82][83][84][85] Netherlands 2004, 2015[79][80] Luxembourg 2015[77] The Chamber of Deputies unanimously adopted a resolution on the recognition of the genocide of Armenian people.[78] Lithuania 2005[76] Lebanon 1997, 2000[68] Italy 2000[68][72] Denial of genocides is criminalized. It stipulates 3-year imprisonment and a fine.[73][74][75] Holy See 2000, 2015[68][93] Greece 1996 Denial of the genocide is criminalized. Punishable by up to 3 years in prison and a fine not to exceed 30,000 Euros, per 2014 act.[71]Germany 2015[69][70] France 1998, 2001[68] Czech Republic 2015[65][66][67] Cyprus 1975, 1982, 1990 The first country to raise the issue to the UN General Assembly. Denial of the genocide is criminalized.[64] Chile 2007, 2015[62][63] Canada 1996, 2002, 2004[61] Bulgaria 2015 The declaration was adopted by the Bulgarian parliament on 24 April 2015, using the phrase "mass extermination of the Armenian People in the Ottoman Empire" and declares 24 April as a Victims Remembrance Day.[58][59][60] Regarding the usage of "mass extermanation" the Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov has specified the following: "I said it very clearly: this is the Bulgarian word or the Bulgarian words, or the Bulgarian idiom for 'genocide," [60]Brazil 2015 The resolution was approved by the Federal Senate.[56][57] Bolivia 2014 The resolution was approved unanimously by both the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, with the approval of the Foreign Ministry.[55] Belgium 1998,[53] 2015[54] Austria 2015[51][52] Armenian SSRArmenia 1988[50] Argentina 1993, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2015[49]

The Armenian Genocide in Egyptian and international literature.

AGBUAGBUs contributions to help the victims of the Armenian Genocide in Egypt.

Near East Foundations refugee aid activities in Egypt.

Witnesses of the Armenian Genocide survivors and victims in Egypt.

Hagop Arsenian and Kohar Arsenian

Mrs. Arsenian was born in Ankara, in 1913. She never knew her parents as they were massacred in 1915. She was too young to remember any events leading up to and including those of 1915.In 1925, I was sent to Egypt on the Egyptian vessel Famaka Hody Ismail. The date was 25th of December. When I said on Christmas Day then, Mr Arsenian bitterly added, some Christmas. I met with my wife in Egypt. We had 3 sons and a daughter who are all in Australia. Mr and Mrs Arsenian arrived in Australia 22 years ago. Seven of these years, however, they spent in France. Click on below screen to watch video

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