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HUMAN HERITAGE is UNDER ATTACK!.. Armenians&Christians in danger; Second Genocide planned by Jewish
HUMAN HERITAGE is UNDER ATTACK!.. Armenians&Christians in danger; Second Genocide planned by Jewish Imperialism NWO...If Mr Bashar ASSAD goes then ABSOLUTELY begins SECOND HOLOCAUST on ARMENIAN CHRISTIAN poor innocent peoples... Security Forces Arrested Several Armed Terrorist in Syria
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The organization began in 1915 when Cleveland H. Dodge led a group of New York leaders in forming American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief, a response to Ambassador to Constantinople Henry Morgenthau's urgent plea for assistance to save victims of the Armenian Genocide and Assyrian Genocide and deportations of 1915. In 1930, ACASR was renamed the Near East Foundation.
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Most perfect organized betrayal in whole history against whole brain functions of human: Jewish bluff-Holocau$t betrayal
Five Armenian Jews who survived Holocaust seek compensation from Germany
Red. NewsAm.com on July 12, 2012
YEREVAN. - There are five people in the Jewish community of Armenia who survived the Holocaust, and now may receive compensation from Germany, the head of Jewish community in Armenia Rima Varzhapetyan-Feller told Armenian News-News.am.
In her words, among the five Holocaust survivors, there are those who survived the siege of Leningrad, and they also claim to compensation, though they have not been in the German ghetto.
"We intend to seek compensation and present all the necessary documents as soon as the process of accepting applications starts," said Varzhapetyan-Feller, noting