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“In that day the Lord will reach out his hand a second time to reclaim the surviving remnants of his people.” Isaiah 11:11

Observers of history are not surprised to witness yet another aggression by an unabated power in the Near East.

For the umpteenth time in a century Turkey has unveiled its contempt of international law, good neighbor sentiment and human values by invading Syria, causing death and destruction.

NO MORE WALLS

By Zaven Khanjian

What word have Americans heard most in the past several months? Wall would be a good contender for first place.

Walls are an integral part of our lives. They are all around us. In our homes, offices, properties, parks, gardens, parking structures.

The dictionary defines wall as ‘a high, thick masonry structure…. chiefly for defense.’

God did not create the wall.

The Thirty-Year Genocide, Turkey’s Destruction of its Christian Minorities 1894-1924 By Benny Morris and Dror Ze’evi. 656 pages, Harvard University Press Published April 24, 2019 A Non-Review by Gilbert Bilezikian, Th.D., Professor Emeritus, Wheaton College We Armenians have reached a point in the history of our nation when the survivors of our Genocide, our parents and grandparents, have left us for their eternal destiny, taking with them their sufferings, their sorrows and… Read More

In the fall of 2015, the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA), as part of its Syria Relief efforts, established the Syria LifeLine program to help willing individuals and families who are victims of the war in Syria to resettle in Armenia. These families had little or no money. The AMAA provided them with all the financial and logistical assistance for ground transportation to Lebanon and subsequently a flight to the safety… Read More

Paramus, NJ – In the fall of 2015, the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA), as part of its Syria Relief efforts, established the Syria LifeLine program to help willing individuals and families who are victims of the war in Syria to resettle in Armenia. These families had little or no money. The AMAA provided them with all the financial and logistical assistance for ground transportation to Lebanon and subsequently a flight… Read More

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