This is a documentary that analyzes the Armenian genocide theory and uses witnesses, historians, researchers, professors, and archival evidence to show that the Armenian genocide is nothing more than an untrue one-sided version of history that omits much of history and exaggerates and fabricates ideas of hate and deceit to a world audience. It uncovers the truth about the Armenian genocide and represents both stories very well. It has numerous interviews with Armenians as well, some of whom have opposing views to the documentary's main perspective. Unlike the highly publicized Armenian documentaries that barely give the other side a chance to tell their story and uses dramatization and exaggeration to convince the viewer, this documentary uses archival information and numerous sources to persuade the viewer.

Sari Gelin Documentary: Part 1

Sari Gelin Documentary: Part 2

Sari Gelin Documentary: Part 3

Sari Gelin Documentary: Part 4

Sari Gelin Documentary: Part 5

Sari Gelin Documentary: Part 6

Sari Gelin Documentary: Part 7

Mesrop II Mutafian - Armenian Archbishop of Istanbul

The Armenian Archbishop of Istanbul, Turkey. He says that the Armenian genocide is not real because the Turks were treating the Armenians well for so many centuries.

Dr. Jeffry Lewis

British history professor in Oxford University England, tells us that the Ottoman government was not involved in ordering any mass killings of Armenians.

George H. W. Bush

The president of the United States during the early 1990s speaks highly of the Ottomans and about their generosity towards the Jewish community that had to escape from Spain during the Inquisition.

Samuel A. Weems

Retired American Judge, Samuel A. Weems is the author of the book "Armenia: A Christian Terrorist State". He speaks of the fake Hitler quote that Armenians use to declare that Hitler got the motivation to kill the Jews from the Turks killing of the Armenians. He says that the Hitler quote is completely false and that it should be noted that Armenians were declared Aryan pure nation by Hitler and that the Armenians were very big fans of Hitler during World War II.

He also says that:

If you're a minority, you can't even hold an office in Armenia.

In response to Armenian propaganda that claim freedom is suppressed in Turkey.

Dr. Justin McCarthy

A professor of history in the University of Louisville, in the United States and an expert in demographics. Tells us about the events of 1900s were that of two nations fighting each other and the statistics prove that 1.5 million Armenians did not die during World War I and in fact many survived.
Justin McCarthy

Dr. Andrew Mango

British history professor in University of London in England, tells us that the Armenian genocide is not true at all.
Dr. Andrew Mango

Hrant Dink

Armenian journalist in Turkey that is the chief editor of AGOS Armenian journal in Turkey. He says

"Is it the resolution of the French senate or is it the resolution of the American senate? Who is to give the Prescription? Who is our doctor? The Armenians are the doctors of the Turks and the Turks are the doctor of the Armenians other than that there is no doctor, there is no medicine."

In response to the French parliamentary resolution on the Armenian genocide.
Hrant Dink

Dr. Kallerya Bellova

Dr. Stefano Trinchese

An Italian history professor in the University of Chieti, says that if the Ottomans ruled over places like Greece and Bulgaria for over 600 years, why doesn't anyone in Eastern Europe speak Turkish? He explains that this is because the Ottomans promoted religious freedom and did not force its language on its conquered people.

Hatchadurian Hatchid Abedi

An elderly Armenian in Yerevan who said that the Turks were good to us. He said they were not responsible for genocide, but that the Kurds had done terrible things to his Armenian countrymen.

Dr. Ashod Sogomonian

A professor in the Yerevan State University talks about his people.

Professor Dr. Sarahi Sonyel

A history professor in the Near East University in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. He tells about the French legion's Armenian units who were led by General Antronik, who slaughtered thousands of Muslims in Eastern Anatolia during the 1900s.

Dr. Vamik Volkan

A Turkish-American professor in the University of Virginia talks about why the Armenian genocide is false, and how Armenians from age 2 are brainwashed and raised to accept the genocide and to never question it.

Professor Dr. Levon Marashlian

A California Armenian in the University of Glendale, who claims the Armenian genocide is real.

Dr. Yusuf Halacoglu

President of the Turkish Historical Institute in Turkey, discusses his perspectives on the issue.

Dr. Avv. Augusto Sinagra

An Italian history professor at Nell University in Rome, Italy. He says that the Armenians being relocated did have elderly among them that could not survive the relocation travel, but this is not an action of the Ottoman government to exterminate an ethnic group. The state had spent money on food, water, preparation, and soldiers to guard the Armenians from gangs and bandits. Why go to all this trouble if they had wanted to kill an ethnicity? He says that the Armenian genocide is a historical lie.

Assc. Professor Husamettin Yildirim

A Turkish Researcher and Historian in Turkey says that if 1.5 million Armenians were massacred by the Ottomans, please come and show us a mass grave. He continues by saying "Show us a spot and we'll dig there too".

Sandra Fei

An Italian member of parliament says that the Armenians have angst against Turks not because of the Armenian genocide issue, but simply because of religious differences.

Barry Jacobs

Jewish Committee Director explains that the Holocaust is unique and is proven and that the Armenian genocide is not a real genocide because it has not been proven and it is not the same at all.

Ferzare Tanligil

Wife of the deceased Turkish Diplomat (who died to Armenian terrorists) talks about her relationship with her Armenian friends. She says that the Armenians bow their head when they speak with her, because they know they are guilty.

Erich Feigl

An Austrian Historian-Researcher in Austria, who makes logical points about why the Armenian genocide cannot be true.

Souren Kataroian

An archbishop in the Allepo Armenian church in Syria, who believes that 1.5 million Armenians died in the relocation.

Bruce Fein

American Attorney at International Law in Washington D.C., discusses the relationship of Armenians and Turks.

Professor Radick Martirossian

An Armenian professor in Yerevan State University, talks about European nations that took roles in the events in Eastern Anatolia.

Israfil Memmedar

Historian in Baku Azerbaijan that speaks of cities and villages that were wiped off the map by Armenian rebels.

Kamuran Gurun

A Turkish Retired Ambassador of Turkey, says that you cannot claim the relocation orders of Armenians to be a crime, when it was war-time and a community that was actively and openly helping the enemy was threatening your nation.

Danageni Danoian

An elderly Armenian woman who tells of her experience in 1915, and how disease was rampant in those days and how her family traveled through the Middle East during the conflict.

Sarkis Garabetian

An Armenian survivor of World War I who was under the relocation orders, talks about how his family arrived in Syria and Lebanon and how well they survived.

Nurse Tatiana Karameli

A student in Moscow Medical school who worked in the Russian red-cross recounts in her memoirs the atrocities of Armenians. She says that the rebels named Arshak and Antranik were committing horrible atrocities in 1917 to the Turks in Bayburt and Ispir.

Abbas Gunes

An elderly Turkish witness who saw the horrors of what Armenian rebels did to his fellow villagers. He tells of how his elder brother was decapitated.

Mehmet Saar (Age 110 in 2006)

A witness to the Armenian massacres in Eastern Anatolia during World War I, he speaks in vivid detail about the victims in his village.

Professor Hikari Egane

A history professor in the University of Kyoto Kitsumeikan. She says that she simply has to apply for permission to get access into the Turkish-Ottoman archives and 3 days later she can easily review all the documents she wants.

Mehmet Aksal (Age 105 in 2006)

A witness to the Armenian massacres in Eastern Anatolia during World War I, he speaks in vivid detail about the victims in his village.

Mesture Kilic (Age 111 in 2007)

Tells about her experience where she witnessed the Armenian rebels take a baby from her mother and threw the baby to the ceiling. The brain was splattered on the ceiling, and men from the cities came and took notes and left.

Sirri Husseyinoglu (Age 90 in 1986)

A Turkish witness of the atrocities of Armenian general Antronik in the 1900s. He tells of the evils these rebels did to the Turkish villagers around Eastern Anatolia.

Sefa Vagisoglu (Age 96 in 2006)

A Turkish witness of atrocities by the Armenians in Eastern Anatolia.

Francois Rochebloine

MP of UDF in France says that French parliament has accepted the Armenian genocide resolution, but of course the Turks are not literally blamed for a genocide.

Mgr. Bedros Miriatian

An Archbishop in Aleppo Catholic Church who believes in the genocide.

Gunduz Aktan

A Retired Ambassador of Turkey tells us his perspective on the issue.

Michel Pelchat

Senator in Paris, France says that he was against the French parliamentary resolution on the Armenian genocide. He says:

It is not the law that writes history. A law cannot judge history.

Bernadette Isaac Sibelle

MP of UDF in Paris, France. She says that it is abnormal to judge history between two non-French communities in the French parliament.

Vera Costratini

A scholar in the University of Venice. She says that there has never been a problem for her to study in the Turkish-Ottoman archives because they are open to the public just like Italy's archives.

Assc. Professor Yusuf Sarinay

Professor of history and works in the Prime Ministry State Archives in Turkey. Says that Hilmar Kayser and Araf Sarafiyan who name their research as the "Armenian genocide study" have visited the Ottoman archives and finds it interesting that they took so many copies of the documents. It clearly shows that even Armenians are allowed inside the archives of the Ottomans to prove or disprove the Armenian genocide theory. However, documents and archives dealing with the Armenian-Turkish events in World War I are still locked up in many nations especially in Armenia.

Hilmar Kayser

A German researcher who has visited the Ottoman archives and believes in the Armenian genocide yet has taken 5900 photocopies of Ottoman archival documents.

Ara Sarafyan

A British historian of Armenian origin and leader in Armenian genocide allegations, has visited the Ottoman archives and has taken 3000 photocopies. He also says that he has written a letter to the Armenian government asking for permission to read the Armenian archives, but he has never received a reply. He says he would be very happy to read the Armenian archives. He also had announced once that he would meet with Turkish historians to have a joint-investigation on the genocide issue, but later changed his mind.

Dr. Turkkaya Ataov

A historian in Turkey who exposes the false fabricated Talaat Pasha telegrams that supposedly was the ordering of the Armenian killings by the government. However, Ataov says that the codes on the telegram are made-up, and do not represent the codes of the time, and Talaat Pasha was never in Aleppo at the time of the telegram being sent, he was in Istanbul.

Ergun Kirlikovali

Former President of California Turkish Assembly.