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Armenian protest in Los Angeles equates Israel to Nazi Germany

This week, Armenian Youth Federation – a youth wing of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation – staged a protest against Israel in front of the Israeli Consulate in West Los Angeles. The protest was intended to intimidate and bully Israel and the Jewish community for supporting Azerbaijan, as my nation is currently fighting off an Armenian […]

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Forcibly Displaced: Story of Perseverance and Hope

The last time I saw my hometown Khojaly in Azerbaijan’s Karabakh region was the night of February 25/26, 1992. As we were fleeing the invasion and massacre, I looked back one last time at my burning town, where my ancestors had lived for many generations.  Almost 30 years later I am still an IDP (internally […]

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