Armenians around the world will in April commemorate 100 years simnce the genocide which the Ottomans allegedly committed against them, killing 1.5 million Armenians and displacing millions of others across the world. Those displaced Armenians integrated in the new communities they arrived to and became a fundamental part f of their economic and social structure. Their presence in Lebanon and Syria is proof to that. The Armenians’ problem after 100 years is that Turkey does not recognize the act and refuses to compensate the victims’ sons and grandsons on the financial and moral levels and it also refuses to return property to them.
Turkey has developed in the military and tourism industries but it hasn’t recognized the massacres against the ArmeniansNayla Tueni