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

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      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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      Quote 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
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      Quote 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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      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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      Quote Originally Posted by Haykakan View Post
      There was a town in Armenia called Aziz Bekov i do believe they changed the name to Viats dzor now.
      you are correct

      interestingly the Armenian surname Azizbekyan also exists
      Last edited by lampron; 11-26-2013 at 03:47 PM.

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      What is interesting is that in Russia, Armenian expats feel culturally closer to Azeri expats than they do to Georgians

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      Quote Originally Posted by lampron View Post
      What is interesting is that in Russia, Armenian expats feel culturally closer to Azeri expats than they do to Georgians
      Not that strange since there was a big Armenian community in Baku.
      Hayastan or Bust.

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      TBILISI, Georgia – An Azeri teahouse, and naturally Azerbaijani can be heard spoken inside. A dozen men, identical in appearance, sit at tables, chain smoking and drinking cups of çay (tea). “Salam,” we say, before approaching the waitress. The owners of another Azeri teahouse, ironically run by ethnic Armenians just around the corner, directed us here, saying that the waitress too is Armenian. She is, even though the teahouse is owned by an ethnic Azeri. Anyway, we take our seats at a table with the intention of once again exploring the reality of peaceful coexistence in at least one part of the South Caucasus.
      Considered neutral ground by international organizations and local NGOs engaged in regional cooperation, communication and peace-building activities, the situation is, of course, very different than in Armenia and Azerbaijan proper. A recent survey by the Caucasus Resource Research Centers (CRRC), for example, found that 70 percent of Armenians disapproved of forming friendships with Azerbaijanis. That figure is alarmingly high, but the situation is even worse in Azerbaijan. There, 97 percent of Azerbaijanis said they didn’t look favorably on friendship with Armenians.
      True, thousands of ethnic Armenians, mainly the wives of Azerbaijanis, are believed to still live in Baku, the capital, but they do so with some difficulty, maintaining a low profile to avoid discrimination. The same is true to a lesser extent for significantly fewer Azeris in Yerevan, although their ethnic kin from Iran do indeed operate more openly in the Armenian capital. Of course, locals don’t view them with quite as much hostility as they might if they were from Azerbaijan. Indeed, even a festival of non-political contemporary films from Azerbaijan had to be canceled recently after strong local nationalist backlash.
      In both cases, however, it’s probably no wonder. Armenia and Azerbaijan fought a bloody war in the early 1990s over the disputed mainly Armenian-inhabited territory of Nagorno Karabakh. Over 25,000 were killed and a million on both sides were forced to flee their homes. Despite a tentative peace, the frontline remains tense, with dozens of young conscripts on both sides dying each year. Moreover, with the mutual massacre of civilian populations throughout history selectively taught in schools and kept alive by the local media, once could hardly expect that an environment for mutual understanding could exist.
      http://araratmagazine.org/2010/12/ar...eri-relations/

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      In Tsopi, a Georgian village close to the Armenian border, a group of 80 pupils study together at a dilapidated school with no running water or electricity. Although this scenario might not seem uncommon in parts of the world, the students, who are ethnic Azeri and Armenians might surprise you. Armenians know the Azerbaijani language and Azeris know Armenian. After countless years of war and animosity, co-existence seems like a Utopian fantasy for these two groups.

      http://www.ianyanmag.com/unity-in-di...outh-caucasus/

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      Quote Originally Posted by lampron View Post
      In Tsopi, a Georgian village close to the Armenian border, a group of 80 pupils study together at a dilapidated school

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      Thousands of Armenians were married to Azeri Turks in Soviet Azerbaijan

      The number of people of mixed origin in Baku today is said to be around 10,000

      Many Armenians in Stepanakert believe the residents of Aghdam were orginally Armenian, who converted to Islam a few centuries ago

      Not forgetting that under the ottomans over several centuries, many Armenians converted to Islam, not just because of pressure to do so, but because the ottomans were powerful. Weak nations like Armenians who could not get organized to fight, were attracted by ottoman power

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      Quote Originally Posted by lampron View Post
      Thousands of Armenians were married to Azeri Turks in Soviet Azerbaijan

      The number of people of mixed origin in Baku today is said to be around 10,000

      Many Armenians in Stepanakert believe the residents of Aghdam were orginally Armenian, who converted to Islam a few centuries ago

      Not forgetting that under the ottomans over several centuries, many Armenians converted to Islam, not just because of pressure to do so, but because the ottomans were powerful. Weak nations like Armenians who could not get organized to fight, were attracted by ottoman power
      Your evaluations are those of a terk. The genocide(s) of the gd dmd seljerks left few of us alive. The following murders, slaughters, and genocide(s) by the competing autojerks and persion scum left even fewer.
      You portray an overwhelmed and tortured peoples as "weak".
      Your perceptions are terkish. Your perceptions are disgusting.
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      Can we ban this guy?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Shant03 View Post
      Can we ban this guy?
      Can you contribute anything to this forum besides can we ban soso.....?
      Hayastan or Bust.

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