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Metz Yeghern

  • People recognized as Righteous
    • Bodil Biørn the nurse who documented the Armenian Genocide
    • James Bryce the Irish statesman who documented the Armenian Genocide
    • Fayez El Ghossein his memoir is one of the first pieces of documentation and testimony about the Armenian Genocide
    • Anatole France Nobel laureate, he fought for freedom of thought and human dignity
    • Giacomo Gorrini he broke the silence in order to bear witness to the Armenian tragedy
    • Karen Jeppe a Righteous woman for the Armenians
    • Johannes Lepsius he helped the survivors to the Armenian Genocide for a lifetime
    • Henry Morgenthau the US Ambassador who helped the Armenians
    • Fridtjof Nansen he created a special passport to rescue the stateless and the genocide victims
    • Armin T. Wegner He warned the leaders of his time to stop genocide against the Armenians and the Jews
    • Franz Werfel the writer who wrote "The 40 Days of the Mussa Dagh"
  • Exemplary figures reported by Gariwo
    • Taner Akcam a Turkish professor who denounced the Armenian Genocide
    • Hrant Dink journalist who promoted dialogue and reconciliation between Turks and Armenians
    • ​Mehmet Gelal Bey the vali of Aleppo who opposed the Armenian genocide
    • Hassan Amdja the Circassian officer who denounced the massacres he had witnessed during the genocide of the Armenians
    • Pietro Kuciukian fights against negationism and honors the Righteous of the Armenian genocide
    • Orhan Pamuk Nobel Prize who reported clashes and connections between different cultures
    • Beatrice Rohner she protected the Armenian children from genocide
    • Naim Sefa Bey the Turkish official who helped the Armenians during the genocide and testified to the extermination project
    • Elif Shafak writer against discriminations
    • Hammo Shero The chief of Sindjar who defended the Armenians during genocide
    • Ali Souad Bey the Turkish official who rescued numerous Armenians during the genocide
    • Ayse Nur (Sarisözen) Zarakoglu she was repeatedly jailed in Turkey for bearing witness to the truth about the Armenian genocide
    • Ragip Zarakolu a Turkish writer in defense of ethnic minorities