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Entries in Armenian (7)


We've Been "Nooked"

After  working out the technical difficulties, our novel, A Perfect Armenian is now on Nook. So for those of you who have been waiting... Wait No More.


04/24/2013 = 98th Armenian Martyr's Day Commemeration

In two years we will be commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. For some reason the Turkish government hates that word: "Genocide" which was coined by Raphael Lemkin. The term "genocide" was born by combining Greek genos (γένος; race, people) and Latin cīdere (to kill).

Over the years, the Turkish Government has indirectly forced politicians to find other words to take its place: "catastrophe", "victims", "tragedy", "slaughter", "atrocities", "massacres". Yes these are all good descriptions but it was still a Genocide.

A little history for those of you who are not in tune with this: In April 1915 the Ottoman government embarked upon the systematic decimation of its civilian Armenian population. The persecutions continued with varying intensity until 1923 when the Ottoman Empire ceased to exist and was replaced by the Republic of Turkey. The Armenian population of the Ottoman state was reported at about two million in 1915. An estimated one million had perished by 1918, while hundreds of thousands had become homeless and stateless refugees. By 1923 virtually the entire Armenian population of Anatolian Turkey had disappeared.

Armenians throughout the world are uniting today in spirit, in resonance, in energy, in consciousness.

God bless all of you,

Keri Topouzian

BTW: I just looked out the window and its snowing...



A Perfect Armenian Hits 10K... See Video

Breaking the 10,000 "likes" mark on Facebook, author, Keri Topouzian takes this opportunity to describe his new historical novel and its popularity.


Armenian Christmas is Today January 6, 2013 - Watch Video

Merry Christmas!  Why am I saying this now?  Until the 4th Century, BC, Christians around the globe celebrated Christmas on January 6.  The Catholics changed it to Dec. 25, but the Armenian Orthodox Church did not. 

"Merry Christmas in Armenian" is said like this:

"Kreesdos Dzunav Yev Haydnetsav!  Orhnyal eh Haydnootyoonun Kreesdosee

which means, "
Christ is born and revealed, Blessed is the revelation of Christ." 


"A Perfect Armenian" The Author Reads a Chapter