Fatma Yavouz Armenian turquifiée a 80-year survivor of the massacres of Dersim (1937-1938) has just addressed the Turkish Parliament by writing his story and demand a pardon for the suffering she endured. Fatma Yavouz recounted in his letter that during the massacres of Dersim is entrusted to the Turkish families. She was often beaten and suffered many vexations. Victim of sticks, she had numerous broken fingers. "At 13 I was married to a man of 35. I had a life full of suffering. It was not until 1995 that I learned that during the past 57 years, I hid my Armenian and I learned my real name at the age of 78 years, "writes that Fatma Yavouz demanded the return of his land, searching for her old friends and a formal apology from the Turkish government. Recall that the Turkish authorities had drowned in the blood of Dersim revolts which had nearly 100,000 civilian casualties. Thousands of Armenian survivors of the 1915 genocide were victims of the massacres of Dersim.