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October 7 2004 at 2:47 AM
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Anonymous  (Login BrotherAbdullah)

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The way I see it is if they are going to go live in a secular (but majority christian) country and start changing it around so they can basically follow their stupid arse laws at the expense of the natives, then that is wrong.

In Egypt or Syria or other nations, christians are not that welcome, and are discouraged...

One, Secularism is your way of life while you are christian.

We are Muslim , Islam is our way of life and religion.

In egypt and syria christians are not that welcome.

Have you forgotten how the Immage of half starved emaciated armenian bodies, forced out of their armenian/anatolian homeland driven into the syrian desert, perhaps you have forgotten just WHO IN SYRIA fed you, and Just who in SYRIA was it who cried alongside you in your suffering.

Dont you ever forget that you armenians are guests in what is OUR land.

For every tale of the Armenian Genocide you will find stories of Arab Villagers and Bedouin showing compassion.

For every tale of the Genocide that Doubts its sincerity, you will find a jew who tells tales of arab and syrian arab oppression.

the Palestinians are an Arab people and the Armenians were given haven by the Arabs after the Genocide in 1915. In Syria, in Lebanon, in Egypt, in Iraq, in Jordan, the Arabs welcomed the Armenians, and when some Armenians started going back to Armenia, the Arabs said to us, Why are you doing this? Why are you going back? Did we do anything to you? Did we hurt you? And therefore there is a deep Armenian feeling of sympathy for the Arabs and the Arab cause. Some Armenians have assumed the role of Arab nationalists, because they live in the Arab countries and they sympathize with the Arab cause and the Palestinian cause. So that is the Armenian dilemma and much of our support, when Armenia, after its independence, was in pretty bad shape, has come from the Arabs, particularly from Syria and Lebanon, despite the fact that these countries had their own problems.

Lima: What kind of support are you talking about?

Dekmejian: I’m talking about diplomatic support. For example Egypt trained a number of Armenian diplomats. Very close ties exist between Armenia and Syria. Very close ties exist between Armenia and Lebanon

There is a larger relationship between the Armenians and the Islamic world. Armenians have been living in the Islamic countries for generations, for centuries, and most of the time, with the exception of Turkey, have found haven in Islamic countries.

It is further worth noting that there is a memorial to the Armenian Genocide in Damascus paid for and built by arab muslim hands.

Immagine that a barbaric Muslim showing sympathy for the Plight of a Christian.

This message has been edited by BrotherAbdullah on Oct 7, 2004 3:02 AM

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