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The Secrets of a Christian "Terrorist" State: Armenia

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published in Turkish and English
Hardcover, 480 pages
Published June 6th 2002 by St. John's Press
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John
Mar 03, 2015 John rated it did not like it
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This book is a work of hate speech denying the Armenian Genocide, a monumental 1915 event recognized by nearly every nation on Earth save Turkey and Azerbaijan. The author, interestingly enough, is a disbarred lawyer from Arkansas, married to a Turkish woman. A few choice quotes from Amazon about the book:

“ Samuel Weems’ book is more analogous to The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion than any legitimate text dealing with history. Even as a work of genocide denial it is vitriolic and parano
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David Davtian
Mar 30, 2012 David Davtian rated it it was amazing
This book is about the tradition and Christian life in Armenia. I would recomend this book to everyone, especialy to people who are strangers to the country. Armenia has very beautiful views, buildings, and churches. This book showed all the historical features of Armenia. I would recomend a lot of people to read this.
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Dec 20, 2015 Zildjianyahoo.Com rated it it was amazing
"This book uses French Ottoman and English numbers to show that the casualties which nowadays Armenians claim are nothing but a part of a disinformation campaign. These documents are all real, based on credible archives and references. This book provides excellent information for those who are interested in getting all the facts before having an opinion. If you are not biased and care to think about hearing interesting facts about Armenia read this."

"I was interested by Armenia and was also fed
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Samuel Weems was a denier of the Armenian genocide, arsonist, insurance fraudster, and disbarred lawyer who wrote both an Armenian genocide denial book and an earlier work,
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