Television Personalities and Sisters Khloe, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian Arrive at the 2014 Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Party in West Hollywood
Television personalities and sisters Khloe (L), Kourtney (C) and Kim Kardashian arrive at the 2014 Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Party in West Hollywood, California March 2, 2014. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas REUTERS

The Kardashian sisters are planning a trip to their ancestral home in Armenia. Kim Kardashian, who has always been spreading awareness about the Armenian Genocide, will make her trip to Armenia with her baby North West. It is not sure if her husband Kanye West will accompany them or not but Khloe Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian will accompany Kim to the land of their late father Robert Kardashian, various websites are suggesting. Kourtney will reportedly take her three kids Penelope, Mason and Reign too on the upcoming trip, E Online is saying. Robert Kardashian, the father of the Kardashian sisters, was born to parents who were Armenian and American. According to the website, Robert's great-grandparents were ethnic Armenian immigrants from a part of Turkey that came under the Russian Empire back then. The Russian Empire, however, was destroyed in 1917.

The Kardashian sisters will be joined by their cousins in Armenia. The family is very excited to learn about their roots. "Visiting Armenia has been on Kim's bucket list forever. They are all so excited! They want to learn about their heritage," an insider source is quoted as saying by E Online. Kim is quite proud of her Armenian roots and has also been spreading awareness about the Armenian Genocide. Her efforts were recently applauded by band System of a Down. "For all the flak people give Kim Kardashian, I could say that with her yearly commemorations of the Armenian genocide and spreading that word, she's been valuable. She's been great," System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian is quoted as saying by Rolling Stone magazine.

In March 2014, the 34-year-old reality television star also tweeted her thoughts about the then ongoing civil war in Kessab town of Syria. Kim said that everyone should put in efforts to make "#SaveKessab ‪#ArmenianGenocide" trending on social media as the history of genocide should not "repeat itself." She pleaded with her fans to google about the plight of people in Kessab as it is "very heartbreaking." Kim also told her fans that she grew up listening to "so many painful stories" about Armenia.

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