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Rachel Kaprielian and Alan Dershowitz

A painful truth

By Rachel Kaprielian and Alan Dershowitz
August 18, 2007

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THE CONTROVERSY in Watertown over the Anti-Defamation's League's anti-bigotry program, "No Place for Hate," has struck an important chord in the historical and global struggle for human rights. Moreover, it reopened a deep wound for the Armenian people, whose nation was devastated, half their population murdered, and the remainder deported in what was the first genocide of the 20th century. (Full article: 509 words)

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