GLENDALE–The 95th Anniversary Genocide Commemoration Committee released the following statement on march. We present the statement below:
April 24, 2010 marks the end of the 95th year of the Armenian Genocide.Knavishly plotted, cruelly organized and executed by Turkey, the first genocide of all mankind still remains unpunished and unsolved.
As a result of this profane and cruel act, not only one a half million innocent Armenians were killed and executed, but an immense economical and cultural dynasty was lost.
Above all, a big part of our homeland was taken from us. The Armenian people will never stop demanding and fighting for its rights.
April 24 is a day of a Just Cause for each and every Armenian. Just like every year, on April 24th of this year, we will commemorate the 95th year of the Armenian Genocide and the living memory of our martyrs, sending our message to the world at a live political gathering.
Armenians in all continents will be as one, and will remind the world about the unforgettable nature of their just causes and demands. In Southern California, on April 24, 2010, Saturday at 1:30 p.m. a political gathering will take place around the Statue of Montebello.
This gathering is organized by a committee formed of southern California active Armenian political parties, denominations, benevolent and compatriotic unions.
Further details of this event will by given by upcoming press releases.
We appeal to every Armenian to come and join the crowd around the Statue of Montebello on that day with their families, to show our unity to the whole world and make them hear our voices and demands.
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