PROBABILITY OF RECOGNITION OF ARMENIAN GENOCIDE BY ISRAEL IS HIGH

Aysor
April 30 2010
Armenia

Due to Turkey's position there's a high probability of recognition
of the Genocide of Armenians by Tel Aviv, said Yevgeny Satanovsky,
president of the Institute of Israeli and the Middle East Studies.

In his interview with Vesti.az Yevgeny Satanovsky said that he
considers the probability of recognition of the Genocide of Armenians
by Israel to be high, and "the reason is Turkey," Islamnews quoted
him as saying.

"Israel has to respond to this; Turkey's unprecedented supporting of
Iran and the Arabic world, the Israeli enemies, couldn't result in
anything else," he said.

Turkey has been campaigning vigorously against process of recognition
of the 1915 Genocide. It traditionally denies all those massacres,
mass killings, deportations, executions, starvations, and other means
that resulted in 1,5 million deaths among civil Armenian population.

Any regarding to Genocide and a campaign on recognition and
condemnation the 1915's crimes is a very sensitive and offensive
issue to Turkey.