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Inside the Middle East
February 2, 2012
Posted: 1020 GMT

Experience the sights and sounds of Lebanon's "Little Armenia" with filmmaker Nigol Bezijian.

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Miriam   February 15th, 2012 10:56 am ET

Is now the right time to wipe Isreal of the map? The phrase " wipe Isreal of the map" is an intentionally false translation spread by western media and it was never used by any Iranian leaders. Nevertheless its an attractive idea and probably the only way to stop world war III and never ending land theft.

Bill Code   February 20th, 2012 9:30 am ET

Hi

I'm a video journalist and fan of the show. Could you let me know of an editorial address as regards a pitch?

Thank you!

John A   March 1st, 2012 10:51 pm ET

Sheriff Joe makes official media announcement. County Sheriff investigation supported by forensic evidence concludes Obama’s birth certificate is fake.

Evidence to support additional faked documents (not just the b.c.) from Obama past also released. Sheriff recommends the state legislator to open a full criminal investigation. This is not a conspiracy theory, this is the subject of a full police investigation.

Why don’t you cover this CNN??? Are you afraid you might catch BREITBART syndrome if you report the truth?

Lilit   March 4th, 2012 3:38 pm ET

Armenians all over the world just COME TOGETHER!!!!!!!

World of crazed people   March 15th, 2012 9:16 pm ET

Miriam,

Not only is your comment idiotic, but you sound stupid too.... Think before you speak such nonsense.

miriam   March 18th, 2012 3:23 pm ET

Miriam,

The wording was the official, state-approved translation of Ahmadinajad's speech.
While self-described experts have spent several years debating the issue, the calls for Israel's destruction have been repeated over and over again making the whole discussion immaterial.

Anyway, this has nothing to do with the blog's subject which highlights a minority community in Lebanon. It is noticeable that you make no claims of Armenian land-theft within Beirut.
Just as well since it would be just as dishonest as your claims against Israel.

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Tro   March 20th, 2012 12:41 am ET

Miriam,

What are you on about? I am an Armenian born in Beirut and what theft are you talking about? "Little Armenia" is definately not Armenian LAND and we don't consider it to be. It is where all the refugees settled after the camps were set alight.

Get your facts right before you write such nonsense.

John A   March 21st, 2012 5:09 pm ET

Miriam, you start by writing an anti Israeli comment to allow the other blog characters you own an excuse to write pro-Israeli propaganda.

Next time please remember to change your blog names. Miriam writing to Miriam looks a bit weak minded.

I think you meant to use your fake Abdul blog name on the first post, so you could claim a chance to reply with some pro Israeli BS under the name of Miriam and friends....

The two things Israelis are not famous for are generosity and honesty. Get a grip Miriam.

student of history   April 3rd, 2012 4:27 pm ET

The ottoman empire lost World War 1 and the lost all rights, sorry about that they should have fought on winning side. The winners got to divide up the land at the saw fit. When Isreal declared independant statehood Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and Iraq all attached immediatly. The Arabs LOST again. Arabs have not claim to the land lost TWICE nor did they have the power to take it back in the last 50 years. Live with it and get over it.

maxwel   May 2nd, 2012 12:15 am ET

Please do not call it "Little Armenia". The Turks will show up and another genocide will happen.

tony   May 2nd, 2012 9:48 pm ET

Armenians have lived in the Middle East ( Syria, Lebonon, Iraq, Jordan, Palestine and Eygpt) since WWI and shared arabic culture and life in good and bad time without feeling that they are not at home. Armenian are respected in the arab world as a desenct and honest people. However, it is sad to know that the armenian churchs in north america and rich armenians are lobbying for ASSAD survival and promoting the propaganda that reactionary islamist will replace him. Most armenian has witnessed the bloody regime of ASSAD killing innocent unarmed syrians. It is appaulling that rich armenians are backing this murderous regime killing children , women, elder people and youth , depleting syria resources in this unnessary war. Where is your conscience my dear armenian people who were inflicted with the same crime by the Otman Empire and Germany.

Deborah   May 7th, 2012 1:59 pm ET

Dear Miriam, Armenians all over the word demand their lands not others.Maybe you don't know the true history of Armenian people.I will recommend you to read then send comments.Alas, there are many people(like you) in the world who are uninformed but at the same time give wrong info,opinions.Please, think about it.

miriam   May 8th, 2012 3:37 pm ET

Deborah,

Read my comment!

I said that if someone was to say that Armenians claimed a portion of Beirut he would be DISHONEST!!!!!!!!


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