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MAY 2009


posted by eagle on May, 2009 as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

May 28, 2009


PRAGUE, May 28, the president of the Institute of Eastern Partnership, a journalist, Avraham Shmulevich, specifically for the FSB.

Each year, the day 21 May is widely celebrated in the world as the Circassian Genocide.That day in 1864 in Krasnaya Polyana near Sochi, where today is the summer residence of the President of Russia, and laid the track Winter Olympics, a solemn prayer and the parade of Russian troops was celebrated the end of the Caucasian War and the adoption of Russian domination in the North-West and North-East Caucasus.

This year the date is almost circular - 145 years. For many years, Russian authorities apparently stayed at a loss - what to do with this difficult and uncomfortable anniversary. But now there is reason to believe that this round date the FSB and Russian officials responsible for national policy, was, finally, a strategic decision - a simple ...

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Window On Eurasia: FSB Seeks To Suppress Coverage Of Circassian Issue

posted by eagle on as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2009

Window on Eurasia: FSB Seeks to Suppress Coverage of Circassian Issue

Paul Goble

Vienna, May 28 – Operating on the principle that if “there is no publication, there is no problem,” the FSB has sought to reduce to a minimum coverage of the Circassian issue both in Russia and abroad, efforts that reflect Moscow’s concerns about it and unfortunately point to more trouble ahead in the North Caucasus.
In an article posted on the portal today, Avraam Shmulyevich, an Israeli researcher who has written extensively on the Circassians, says that “the FSB and Russian bureaucrats responsible for nationality policy have taken the strategic decision to ‘cover up’ the Circassian problem” (
Last week, Circassians in the North Caucasus and around the world marked the 145th anniversary of their forcible expulsion from their homeland by tsarist authorities and the genocide that resulted. But in contrast to earlier years and despite this ...

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Spartan Daily: A long tradition of silence is finally broken

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A long tradition of silence is finally broken

By: Dina Baslan

Posted: 10/28/08

"The United Nations must deliver results for a safer, healthier, more prosperous world," wrote Ban Ki-moon, U.N. secretary general. "On this U.N. Day, I call on all partners and leaders to do their part and keep the promise."

Oct. 24 marked the 63rd anniversary of the Charter of the United Nations; the day was celebrated by U.N. agencies all over the world through meetings, discussions and exhibits on the achievements and goals of the organization.

The United Nations functions as a facilitating cooperation in 192 member states worldwide. The organization monitors issues pertaining to international law, international security, economic development, social progress, human rights and achieving world peace.

In the upcoming two days, the OHCHR (Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights), which is a single ...
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Window On Eurasia: Circassians Reaffirm Common Identity On Deportation Anniversary

posted by eagle on as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2009

Window on Eurasia: Circassians Reaffirm Common Identity on Deportation Anniversary

Paul Goble

Vienna, May 21 – Today, the more than 700,000 Circassians in the North Caucasus and their more than five million co-ethnics in Turkey, the Middle East, Europe, and around the world are marking the 145th anniversary of the expulsion of their ancestors after one hundred years of violent resistance to Russian expansion.
Many of the 1.5 million Circassians who were expelled died in the course of that action, leading their descendents and scholars who have studied that tragedy to label it “the forgotten genocide.” But this year, buoyed by Moscow’s recognition of Abkhazia, ever more Circassians are focusing on the future and have put forward five major demands.
First, while seeking official Russian recognition of and an apology for the tsarist expulsion of the Circassians nearly a century and a half ago, their descendents are asking for that not ...

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To Circassians From Exile…

posted by eagle on as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

To Circassians From Exile…

The second half of the Nineteenth Century, had witnessed the reaping phase of tens, no but hundreds of years of sowing, cultivating, and planting evil, murder, hate, greed, ethnic cleansing, and genocide. The “Russian-Caucasian War” was approaching its end, and the scenes of destruction, burning, looting, mass graves and cemeteries, mass-displacement and mass-deportation of the Circassian Nation, in addition to other nations in the North Caucasus, which reached the peak of evilness, and wickedness in the year that the war had officially ended, that was marked with 21, May, 1864.


The beginning of the Twentieth Century had started to be the end of imperialism in the world, when countries like Great Britain and France attempted to grasp to their colonies, paralleled by trends and demands for end of colonialism, and to restore national independence, liberty, and freedom in addition to condemn ...

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