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Michigan Governor signs bill mandating Armenian Genocide education in public schools https://www.armradio.am/en/2016/06/14/michigan-governor-signs-bill-mandating-armenian-genocide-education-in-public-schools

Michigan Governor signs bill mandating Armenian Genocide education in public schools

Michigan House of Representatives Passes Genocide Education Bill - Bill Mandates Holocaust and Armenian Genocide Education in Michigan Schools LANSING, Mich.—The Michigan House of Representatives passed on Feb. 23 House Bill (HB-4493), mandating genocide education, including the Holocaust and the Armenian Genocide, in Michigan public schools. The bill passed with a nearly unanimous vote in favor. Eighty-four out of 110 Representatives co-sponsored the legislation…

Bill Mandates Holocaust and Armenian Genocide Education in Michigan Schools LANSING, Mich.—The Michigan House of Representatives passed on Feb.

Language: This is a picture of girls that graduated high school in Lebanon and their principal talking to them. In Lebanon it is very popular for a person to speak several different languages even with a smaller education. At all public schools education is taught in Arabic. Armenians in Lebanon mostly speak Turkish.

Language: This is a picture of girls that graduated high school in Lebanon and their principal talking to them. In Lebanon it is very popular for a person to speak several different languages even with a smaller education. At all public schools education is taught in Arabic. Armenians in Lebanon mostly speak Turkish.

Gallery of Elementary and Primary Public School in Roldán / Estudio Huma - 4

Gallery of Elementary and Primary Public School in Roldán / Estudio Huma - 4

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The son of an Armenian prince (4th cent), James loved solitude and lived ascetically in the mountains around Nisibis. He prayed continuously and slept under the open sky, ate tree fruit and herbs, and wore goat-skins. Because of his ascetic deeds, Nisibis inhabitants chose him as Bishop. He defended Orthodoxy against heresy, converted many, and built a public school where he taught; by his prayers, the city escaped Persian invasion. Monk James of Nisibis is celebrated Jan 13.

Commemorated on January 13 Saint James, Bishop of Nisibis, was the son of prince Gefal (Armenia) and received a fine upbringing.

France to look at radicalization in prisons, where half population is Muslim | Creeping Sharia

France to look at radicalization in prisons, where half population is Muslim

In the early months of 1947, eighteen-year-old Tom Mooradian had everything — Hollywood good looks, high academic ranking in his senior class at Southwestern High School, recognition by the three Detroit daily newspapers as being one of the finest basketball talents in the Public School League and in the state. Before the end of that year, he would find himself with hundreds of other Soviet citizens, standing in long unruly lines hoping to purchase a kilo of black, damp, sawdust filled…

A classroom experiment Most intelligent people realize that socialism could never work. Here is why, in the simplest fashion

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