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  • Unsung Heroes of Artsakh War

    A thread dedicated to the unknown heroes of the Artsakh war, if you know anyone that was not mentioned, feel free to post a biography or "blurp" (AKA short paragraph) about unsung hero xyz.
    "For all evils there are two remedies -- time and silence."

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    Re: Unsung Heroes of Artsakh War

    Well, this might be unconventional, but how about Baroness Caroline Cox? She was there during the war and has visited Nagorno-Karabakh many times. A strong supporter of Artsakh self-determination in Islam apologist Europe.

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      Re: Unsung Heroes of Artsakh War

      Originally posted by TomServo View Post
      Well, this might be unconventional, but how about Baroness Caroline Cox? She was there during the war and has visited Nagorno-Karabakh many times. A strong supporter of Artsakh self-determination in Islam apologist Europe.
      Sounds good, post up a bio on her, I know of her, anyone that has helped the Armenian cause in Artsakh is good for me.

      Petros 'Peto' Ghevondyan 1 of 2
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=c6Tm7jcfoA8
      2 of 2
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=3EYLpkB3lvI

      By the way, the introduction of part 1 talks about the "life giving sword", a sword is used to kill, this is the obvious nature, but what if it killed a person that intended to kill another in cold blood, would this then not be a "death giving sword", but a "life giving sword"? Interesting philosophy, the warrior's code is universal.
      Last edited by Virgil; 12-02-2007, 02:54 PM.
      "For all evils there are two remedies -- time and silence."

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        Re: Unsung Heroes of Artsakh War

        Can anyone please name this fedayee?
        This picture is in most Artsakh videos and tributes to fedayees and even after searching for years, I've never been able to find who this is

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          Re: Unsung Heroes of Artsakh War

          Originally posted by Mher View Post
          Can anyone please name this fedayee?
          This picture is in most Artsakh videos and tributes to fedayees and even after searching for years, I've never been able to find who this is

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          dunno, but he totally looks like an armo guy i used to know. We armenians have similar looks sometimes..

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