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Attempted annihilation of the Armenians was only the beginning of a long series of violence and mass murders that marred the ensuing century as ethnically, linguistically, and religious diverse empires withered away into smaller, more nationalistic states.
It’s not the first time food has caused diplomatic tensions between Ankara and Yerevan, either: Turkey was outraged when ‘lavash’, a tortilla like flatbread, was described on Unesco’s List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity as “an expression of Armenian culture” in 2014.
His pictures were to hauntingly anticipate photographs that were to follow during the Second World War, in the Killing Fields of Cambodia, and the Rwandan Genocide.
In fact, outside Turkey, it was considered to be a ‘genocide’ — the organized, state-sponsored killing of a people with an intended purpose of putting an end to their existence.
“We have two morals in this country: one for men and another for women,” said Tbilisi State University Gender Studies Professor Nino Javakhishvili.
“Premarital sex is not only tolerated, but even encouraged for men, while it is frowned upon for women.” An August 2009 survey by the Tbilisi-based Caucasus Research Resource Centers reported that 77 percent of respondents think it is unacceptable for a woman to have sex before marriage.