On January 26, 2015 The Guardian published an article, Jewish leaders call for Europe-wide legislation outlawing antisemitism
In that article it stated:
"The yardstick, say the drafters, should be that if an international tribunal has ruled genocide has taken place, it should be accepted everywhere in Europe as criminal conduct to contest that in public. The Holocaust, the Rwanda genocide, and the mass murder of Muslims by Serbs in Srebrenica, Bosnia, in 1995 would be covered. The Turkish massacre of Armenians in 1915, for example, would not be covered."
This article was subsequently picked by at least two other outlets:
I posted the same reader comment text to both sites:
Apparently, Jewish leaders specifically reject the genocide of the Armenian as not worthy. Raphael Lemkin specifically highlighted the Turkish genocide of the Armenians when his coined the term genocide. What kind of anti-Armenian legislation is this! Frankly, it is an outrage!
Later on in the day both of these non-Guardian sites pulled the article. What remains is the original Guardian article, providing no reader comments