Former refugee visits Germany again

Armenians, a non-Muslim minority, traditionally lived for many centuries in northwestern Iran. Most of them were Gregorian Christians, although there were some Roman Catholic and Protestant Armenians.

The Islamic Revolution ended the second "golden age" of the Armenian community in Iran. Ayatollah Khomeini's restrictions, the Iran-Iraq War, and the economic problems resulting from Iran's isolation. forced the exodus of 100.000 Armenians.

   So Diana with her husband Vahik and little Hambik fled from their home country and went to Gemany. There they claimed for asylum.