- 1- Fayez Al Ghousein book "Massacres in Armenia" (Egypt, 1917), an Arab eye-witness account of the Genocide. The online Arabic version (printed also in the Arabic supplement of Cairo's "Arev", April 2003) is a very important source that shows to the Arab public how brutal were the Young Turks against the Armenians.
2- "Many thanks to Arabs", by Giragos Kouyoumdjian, expresses his gratitude to the Arabs who defied the Ottoman orders and sheltered the Armenians during WWI (appeared in the Kuwait Arab daily "Al Qabas", 14/4/2005)
3- "Late apology to the Armenians on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the massacres": by Kurdish writer Yousef Sheikho, who says the kurdish involvement in the Armenian Genocide does not mean that the Kurds as nation are responsible. He urges the silent Kurdish intellectuals to express their views and apologize for the horrible deeds of some Kurds during that period.
4- "Turkey: face to face with its past", article by Hrach Kalsahakian. The Genocide taboo is over and Turks are expressing themselves about it. Some are accepting it but the majority seems still ignorant.
5- "Ceremony in honour of the leaders of the Arab tribes, whose grandfathers helped the Armenians during the time of the persecutions. The ceremony took place in the Syrian city of Der Ez-zor on 24/4/2002. Three years later, in March-April 2005, the same leaders and other members of the Syrian Arab tribes visited the monument of the one million and half Armenian victims in Yerevan.
6- Call by Giragos Kouyoumdjian (Kuwait) in the Arabic daily "Al Qabas" (26/3/2005) on Turkey to recognize the Genocide and open a new page with neighbouring Armenia.
7- Article by Ara Ashjian on Turkish intellectuals who are starting to express themselves freely and condemning the Genocide of the Armenians. These are the first courageous signs.
8- Comments by Ara Ashjian on an article by Turkish famous journalist Mehmet Ali Birand (5/2/2005), in which the latter confesses that the efforts of the Turkish propaganda to stop the recognition of the Armenian Genocide worldwide are facing serious problems and that they have actually failed.