Our aim here is to re-read, from a new perspective, the numerous stories, witness accounts and research studies within the framework of the Centennial of the Genocide. The Armenian Genocide created so many tragedies and stories that it is perhaps impossible to fully comprehend, or convey it. However, a simultaneous reading and overview of certain stories may enable us to collectively look at the different dynamics still in operation across these lands today. Reading the stories of the perpetrators, rescuers and survivors, and adopting a more in-depth view of the issue may provide new signs as we seek to lift the veil of 1915. This week, we begin our series with an interview, and the stories of one perpetrator and two rescuers.