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  1. Hovanness MOURADIAN said:

    Thanks to the USA, at last the GENOCIDE world has been used.

    Now, next step is to use the word JUSTICE and to recognize the genocide and to name Turkey as the author of this crime and beloved USA to stop to protect this country for a few bucks interest during commercial trade.

  2. Gayane said:

    I am absolutely touched to see this monument proudly displayed on the US soil. It is by far the first and only step where any US attempt to finally show that the Armenian Genocide is a not a myth, or a forgotten history.. It is vry live and fresh in every Armenian mind and soul.. Praying to God that US will then further their support and finally recognizing and demanding Turkey to fess up to her wrong doings… Demand justice… God Bless those who made this monument happen…

  3. Vikilani said:

    This is about as close to a miracle as we can get! Yes, indeed, Gayane, it is time that Americans knew what happened to the great nation of Armenia at the hands of the muslims so long ago! God bless whoever created the sign and the monument. I’m going to travel out there to see it up close and personal ASAP!!! Whether Turkey ever admits this holocaust, or ever returns the land, artifacts, and money they stole, at the very least, this sign will serve as an American memorial to that deep tragedy and as a reminder of all those lost Armenian lives!