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  • #41
    Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

    Originally posted by Joseph View Post
    Every ethnic group has a criminal element. When compared to other ethnic groups in the US, (every ethnic group), Armenians are probably the most law abiding and when known by Americans, are typically acknowledged for their hard work, intelligence, cohesion, pride, and affluence. Yes, there is criminal element in the Armenian community but as noted above, when compared to every other ethnic group in the US we are the least likely to be criminal. Out of about 1.5 million Armenians in the USA, there are less than 6,000 or so involved in criminal activity. Many of these are new arrivals and after some more time in the US, these numbers will begin to dwindle. This has been manifest in the US since the beginning of all major immigration movements to the US.
    There are 18,000 Armenians in prison in California alone http://archive.hetq.am/eng/society/0...s_angeles.html - which means that either your figures are VERY wrong, or Armenians outside California are all 100% law abiding (or 100% successful at not being caught) and 12,000 Armenians in California went visiting their relatives in prison and liked it there so much that they decided to stay.
    Last edited by bell-the-cat; 02-28-2012, 11:35 AM.
    Plenipotentiary meow!

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    • #42
      Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

      Originally posted by lampron View Post
      provoking people, if it is to wake them up and make them look at things more objectively is not a bad thing!
      And it is also fun provoking those that will never look at things objectively. Mad dogs like Mos, Vahram and Tigranakert, deserve to be kicked - they then jump up, barking crazy, but because they are securely tethered they strangle themselves with their own collars. Stupid dogs.
      Plenipotentiary meow!

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      • #43
        Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

        Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
        And it is also fun provoking those that will never look at things objectively. Mad dogs like Mos, Vahram and Tigranakert, deserve to be kicked - they then jump up, barking crazy, but because they are securely tethered they strangle themselves with their own collars. Stupid dogs.

        You are speaking about objectivity? That's ironic, seeing as you are the queen of subjectivity and pettiness.
        Last edited by Armanen; 02-28-2012, 01:35 PM.
        For the first time in more than 600 years, Armenia is free and independent, and we are therefore obligated
        to place our national interests ahead of our personal gains or aspirations.



        http://www.armenianhighland.com/main.html

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        • #44
          Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

          Meow

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          • #45
            Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

            Originally posted by Vahram View Post
            Meow
            Who left the cat-flap open again?
            Sardarabad,1918.

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            • #46
              Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

              In conclusion, if an Azeri extends his hand, and he appears genuine, we should shake it

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              • #47
                Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                ENFORCERS IN BAKU DETAINED A CITIZEN WHO HELPED ARMENIAN REFUGEES FROM AZERBAIJAN TO RESUME DOCUMENTS

                20:20 20/09/2013 " LAW

                Recently officers of Azerbaijani MNS detained a Baku resident Aliullu
                Ahmedaga oglu Jebrailov and his son. The detainees were brought to
                criminal liability in connection with the preparation of documents
                in favor of the Russian citizens of Armenian origin who once, in
                Soviet era, lived in then Soviet Azerbaijan, Azerbaijani news agency
                "Vesti.az" reports.

                It is reported that Azerbaijani citizen Jebrailov Aliulla Ahmedaga
                oglu, born in 1957, for the reason mentioned above "was in criminal
                conspiracy with his son" and Russian citizens living in the North
                Caucasus since 2000.

                Azerbaijani MNS claims that Aliulla Jebrailov is Armenian from his
                mother side. At present he is accused of preparing "false" service
                record and other documents attesting the active professional activity
                of the Armenians once living in Soviet Azerbaijan.

                Aliulla Jebrailov is a member of an organization called "The Assembly
                of the Azerbaijani peoples."

                "Based on the information gathered by the investigating authorities
                a criminal case was filed against Jebrailov Aliulla Ahmedaga oglu
                and his son Jebrailov Huseynaga Aliulla oglu. They were found guilty
                by the verdict of the Court of Sabunchinski District of Baku based
                on 310 and 320.1 articles of the Criminal Code of Azerbaijan. The
                sentencing decision against them was accepted in accordance with the
                above mentioned articles," "Vesti.az" wrote.

                According to the last pre-conflict population census in the territory
                of Soviet Azerbaijan there were more than 475,000 Armenians living
                there in 1979. During the pogroms and ethnic cleansing arranged by
                the Azerbaijani nationalists in 1988-1990, almost all Armenians of
                Azerbaijan SSR were driven out from their homes (except the Armenians
                of Nagorno-Karabakh, where Azerbaijan failed to expel the Armenian
                population). Many Armenian refugees didn't manage to take the documents
                with them and the state structures of Azerbaijan did not respond to
                quiries related to citizens of Armenian origin.

                Source: Panorama.am

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                • #48
                  Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                  Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
                  According to the last pre-conflict population census in the territory
                  of Soviet Azerbaijan there were more than 475,000 Armenians living
                  there in 1979. During the pogroms and ethnic cleansing arranged by
                  the Azerbaijani nationalists in 1988-1990, almost all Armenians of
                  Azerbaijan SSR were driven out from their homes (except the Armenians
                  of Nagorno-Karabakh, where Azerbaijan failed to expel the Armenian
                  population).

                  Source: Panorama.am

                  the initial attacks were probably the work of Azerbaijan's communist party

                  In the soviet union while Armenians were proud of their revolutionary Shahumian, Azeris had their own revolutionary - Azizbekov
                  Last edited by lampron; 11-23-2013, 03:29 PM.

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                  • #49
                    Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                    Originally posted by lampron
                    In the soviet union while Armenians were proud of their revolutionary Shahumian, Azeris had their own revolutionary - Azizbekov
                    Practically every republic had a national revolutionary who was venerated (none more than Lenin, of course).

                    I always liked Aleksandr Myasnikyan (Myasnikov) because he was against the creation of an artificial national entity like the Belarus SSR. Of course, it was eventually created and modern Belarusian identity is still very much bound to its Soviet foundations. In a way, the same is true for Azerbaijan.

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                    • #50
                      Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                      There was a town in Armenia called Aziz Bekov i do believe they changed the name to Viats dzor now.
                      Hayastan or Bust.

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