The Armenian Mormon Exodus

Another Exodus

In 1921, as violence engulfed the collapsing Ottoman Empire, Moses Hindoian worked with Mission President Joseph W. Booth to lead saints from danger in Aintab, Turkey into Aleppo Syria.


Members on their Exodus from Aintab to Aleppo. 

In the scriptures and modern history alike, God's hand has been manifest in the lives of Latter-day Saints in times of crisis and exodus. 

The same principles of faith and cooperation that helped the Nauvoo saints west led the surviving Armenian saints to a place of refuge. 

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