Who were the rescuers in the Armenian genocide?

Some of the more courageous rescuers during the Armenian genocide were the Syrians and other nomadic people throughout the region. There are many cases of Arabs hiding Armenians, or rescuing Armenian children and raising them as their own when their families were slaughtered.

Another notable rescuer was Henry Morganthau, the American Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire who negotiated with the Ottomans and worked to publicize the atrocities committed against the Armenians.