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The Armenian Reporter on our orphans story

Posted on 17/08/2010
HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. - By the end of WWI over 150,000 Armenian children were left parentless as a direct result of the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Authorities. Near East Relief commissioned by the US Congress catered to over 132,000 Armenian orphans alone. "Orphans of the Genocide" is a short film produced by the Armenoid Team, which debuted on April 24, 2010 at the commemoration of the 95th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in Hollywood, Florida. This short documentary includes a feature interview by Maurice Missak Kelechian, whose findings unveiled the secrets of an orphanage in Antoura near Beirut, Lebanon where 1,000 Armenian ...
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Asbarez on the Armenoid Team

Posted on 27/05/2010
Florida-based Bared Maronian is a multiple-Emmy Award winning producer. His latest film, “Orphans of the Genocide” is a documentary dedicated to the more than 150,000 Armenian orphans of the Genocide. The inspiration for this story was a recent article by award winning journalist Robert Fisk of “The Independent” discussing Silicon Valley engineer Maurice Missak Kelechian’s scientific research, which led to the unveiling of an Armenian orphanage in Antoura near Beirut-Lebanon, operated by Ahmad Jemal Pasha and served as a “turkification” center. This orphanage housed 1,000 Armenian orphans. Asbarez’s Geroges Adourian interviewed Maronian via email: GEORGES ADOURIAN: Before we start talking about “Orphans ...
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Azk on Armenoid Productions

Posted on 10/05/2010
ORPHANS OF THE GENOCIDE By the end of WWI over 150,000 Armenian children were left parentless as a direct result of the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Authorities. Near East Relief commissioned by the US Congress catered to over 132,000 Armenian orphans alone. Orphans of the Genocide is a short film produced by the Armenoid Team. This short documentary includes a feature interview by Maurice Missak Kelechian, whose findings unveiled the secrets of an orphanage in Antoura near Beirut, Lebanon where 1,000 Armenian Genocide Orphans were being turkified. Mr. Keleshian’s research prompted an article by award winning journalist Robert Fisk of ...