Armenia and Georgia were the first to adopt Christianity as their state religion; now, American evangelical sects beckon In the Armenian town of Artashat, a grid of Soviet concrete and corrugated tin...

Armenia and Georgia were the first to adopt Christianity as their state religion; now, American evangelical sects beckon In the Armenian town of Artashat, a grid of Soviet concrete and corrugated tin.

Amazing photo of Armenian Cross

Amazing photo of Armenian Cross - Armenia was the first state in the world, where the Christian religion have become that of state one.

The term "genocide" is one of those controversial terms that can lead to all kinds of problems. The problem is that the term has been so politicized, and f

Top 10 Most Horrific Genocides In History

Top 10 Most Horrific Genocides In History - While they are loathe to discuss it today, the Ottoman Turks, under the leadership of War Minister Enver Pasha may have conducted the first large-scale, organized genocide of the century.

Armenian Genocide Death March. Armenia become the first official Christian state in AD 301 when king Tiridates III made Christianity the state religion.

Armenian Genocide Death March- never forget

There are massive genocides in our history which we should memorialize in addition to the Sheol: Armenian genocide, Assyrian genocide, Greek genocide and displacement, Khymer genocide, Ruandan genocide, Belgian killing of the Congolese, the German killing of the Herero, the Russian "Harvest of Sorrow", the Maoist "Great Famine" and in the U.S. the centuries-long efforts to exterminate the AmerIndian tribes

But the USA is getting close with 60 Million babies killed through abortion.

Rutgers Professor Calls Judaism 'Most Racist Religion,' Blames Jews for Armenian Genocide, in Flurry of Antisemitic, Homophobic and Sexist Posts | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com

Rutgers Professor Calls Judaism 'Most Racist Religion,' Blames Jews for Armenian Genocide, in Flurry of Antisemitic, Homophobic and Sexist Posts | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com

Armenians (Armenian: հայեր, hayer [hɑˈjɛɾ]) are an ethnic group native to the Armenian Highland. The Republic of Armenia and the unrecognized de facto independent Nagorno-Karabakh Republic are the two countries where Armenians form a majority, both with a nearly homogeneous population. Because of a wide-ranging and long-lasting diaspora, an estimated total of 5-7 million people of full or partial Armenian ancestry live outside of Armenia. As a result of the Armenian Genocide, a large number…

Armenians (Armenian: հայեր, hayer [hɑˈjɛɾ]) are an ethnic group native to the Armenian Highland.

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This needs to be brought back in the biggest way possible.

Fact time

When humans were more compassionate, considering small birds and small animals fluid provision ✅

Armenian Church

Inside one of the churches in Ararat, Armenia. The sun rays are gorgeous.

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