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Armenian Genocide

I would like to refer to your review of the book: "The History of Armenian Genocide, Ethnic Conflict from the Balkans to Anatolia to the Caucasus" by Vahakan N. Dadrian, in the Scribe issue No: 69 April 1998, page 33.

Many Armenian refugees arrived to Iraq after the Armenian Tragedy in World War I.

The Jews of Baghdad were sensitive of their condition. The Jewish notable, Mr Menahem Saleh Daniel, contributed in the year 1927 a valuable plot of land in the centre of Baghdad to build a school for the Armenian Refugees in Iraq.

That generous man allocated also a sum of ten thousand English Sterling pound to erect the building.

We the Babylonian Jews may be proud of that human deed.


Dr. Shaul Sehayik


When France recently criticised Turkey for the 1915 Armenian Genocide, Turkey retorted : How dare you mention that, after what you did to the French Jews in the last War.



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