They have 15/16th of our former land, :)including the most famous mountain of Armenia, Mount Ararat, which has been host to our monasteries since the dawn of Christianity in the Near East. But these are all political considerations. There comes a time in a Christian's life that the harbored pain has to be dealt with in the light of Christ. This is what I attempt to do on that web-page. We all must do this in our own way, always trusting in the light of Christ for healing.
But this is not at all to deny the place for the work of upholding of truth, as our sister Salpy is doing. The fact that political considerations has led to a denial of the truth in Germany is certainly sad. This is not the first time (even in Germany) that truth has been surpressed for politics. It happens in the U.S. as well (which is why the last attempt to Nationally acknowledge the Genocide was defeated). Turkey is our political ally. Our nation, like most, is more interested in self-serving political alliances than it is defence of the truth. Not only this, here we are killing 1.5 million of our own children every year, and treat this as a basic human right. Lets face it, politicians and governments are not our source of truth. This doesn't mean we can't hope and expect them to be. Only, we should never be shocked or driven into despair when politicians and governments refuse to tell the truth. We know it is only the truth which will set us free. Jesus Christ is that Truth and the Way and the Life.