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    Embrace in a Moscow Elevator

    Not long ago, I was in Moscow when a young man got on the elevator I was riding. He looked at me, then asked whether I were Azerbaijani. I nodded.

    "From Baku?" "Yes," I answered. I begged the same question of him. "Yes, but I'm Armenian. I had to leave." "How are you doing there without us?" he wondered."Not so well." I confessed.

    And at that moment, two of us - total strangers to each other - spontaneously embraced each other, fully aware of the sorrow and pain this war had caused the other. We were simply two brothers torn by strife. -Yagub

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    Originally posted by lampron View Post
    Embrace in a Moscow Elevator

    Not long ago, I was in Moscow when a young man got on the elevator I was riding. He looked at me, then asked whether I were Azerbaijani. I nodded.

    "From Baku?" "Yes," I answered. I begged the same question of him. "Yes, but I'm Armenian. I had to leave." "How are you doing there without us?" he wondered."Not so well." I confessed.

    And at that moment, two of us - total strangers to each other - spontaneously embraced each other, fully aware of the sorrow and pain this war had caused the other. We were simply two brothers torn by strife. -Yagub

    That's a really craptastic story! Thanks for sharing!
    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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      Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

      Get to close to Azeris and they will try to hug you. lol
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yAkDde2DPc

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        "Get to close to Azeris and they will try to hug you. lol "

        Right after they kill everyone in the vilige, and programs in Baku now these toorks are our brothers...LOL

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          i can pull one story from my ass and it will be better than this one !!
          You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

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            Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

            Originally posted by Armanen View Post
            That's a really craptastic story! Thanks for sharing!
            you are difficult to please!!

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              Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

              Originally posted by UrMistake View Post
              i can pull one story from my ass and it will be better than this one !!
              you have things much more serious than this story to worry about in Greece right now!

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                Originally posted by lampron View Post
                you have things much more serious than this story to worry about in Greece right now!
                No, I just don't fall for sappy stories. And from personal experience I have found Turks to be more 'friendly' than their Azeri kin.
                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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                  Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                  Turks clean toilets in Germany, Azeris make Kebab on the streets in Moscow...lol
                  Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
                  ---
                  "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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                    Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                    Originally posted by Mos View Post
                    Turks clean toilets in Germany, Azeris make Kebab on the streets in Moscow...lol
                    this stereotype of Turks in Germany is from 30 or 40 years ago

                    many Turks in Germany are now well established fluent in German (and probably speaking English too), with investments in Turkey...

                    As to Azeris in Moscow there are the watermelon and shashlik vendors but also the businessmen

                    the Moscow based Shesh-Besh Caucasian restaurant chain is owned by Azerbaijani businessmen

                    where are the Armenian restaurant chains in Russia?

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