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And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

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  • Joseph
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    Re: And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

    TIGHTENING SCREWS ON AZERBAIJAN'S ISLAMIZATION, RULING REGIME JUST SPEEDS UP THIS PROCESS

    arminfo
    Thursday, March 31, 12:37

    Tightening screws on Azerbaijan's Islamization, the ruling regime just
    speeds up this process, said Gagik Haroutiunyan, Director of Noravank
    Scientific Educational Foundation, in response to ArmInfo's question
    after the seminar "Social networks in the context of post-democracy
    and information security" held at the Foundation, Thursday.

    "This process alongside with the growing aggressive and militarist
    rhetoric addressed to Armenia and NKR is very dangerous for Azerbaijan
    first of all. Such rhetoric aims to unite the public against the common
    'enemy' at the same time radicalizing and Islamizing the people,
    which may split Azerbaijan, in fact," he said.

    Haroutiunyan believes that Baku spends big funds on anti-Armenian
    propaganda and counteraction to the Islamic currents inside
    Azerbaijan. In response, Yerevan makes asymmetrical but quite
    sufficient steps.

    "They in Baku pay for everything and for keeping silence first of all,
    which sometimes yields a reverse effect," he said.

    For his part, Deputy Director of the Foundation Sevan Sarukhanyan
    said that repeating the same theses and ideas learnt by heart leads
    to their final devaluation.

    Therefore filling 85%-90% of the information space with information
    directly or indirectly related to Karabakh is wrong and will yield
    a reserve effect.

    It is noteworthy that in 2011 Norvank Foundation is expected to host
    seminars related on energy security, anti-Armenian propaganda, and
    the Karabakh conflict.

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  • lampron
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    Armenian groups have done very little to explain to the world that 'Azeri' is an artificial term invented in the 1930s

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  • Persopolis
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    Re: And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

    Originally posted by Odar View Post
    On one hand they Turkify everything they can put their hands on, on the other hand they claim Adam and Eve too (as well as Leonardo Da Vinci, Shakespeare, Cyrus the Great and Albert Einstein, among the others) were Turks... it'd be hilarious if it wasn't tragically retarded :/
    I want to see Azerbaboons explain why the ancient artifacts in Baku are all in Persian writing and not Turkic.


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  • Persopolis
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    The link below debunks Turkic claims to Armenian and Iranian lands through very effective humor:

    http://iranianazeri.blogspot.com/201...zerbaijan.html

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  • Persopolis
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    I totally agree with you - Azerbaijan was originally a stolen Persian word meaning "protected by fire" - The Russians took a part of the Persian empire 150 years ago; within the Persian empire the Kingdom of Armenian existed and its lands were bigger than they are today. The fake country originally called "The Soviet Republic of Azerbaijan" was stolen Armenian and Iranian land. The Turks and the Russians then sought to "Turkify" the land and the people to try to change the identity of what was stolen. Even when you consider the name of Baku; it's actually a Persian word: Ba+Ku = 'Bad Kubideh' (wind blown city). The whole idea of The Republic of Azerbaijan being a country is a myth. It's for certain that the land was never Turkic.

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  • Odar
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    Re: And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

    On one hand they Turkify everything they can put their hands on, on the other hand they claim Adam and Eve too (as well as Leonardo Da Vinci, Shakespeare, Cyrus the Great and Albert Einstein, among the others) were Turks... it'd be hilarious if it wasn't tragically retarded :/

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  • Joseph
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    http://www.panarmenian.net/eng/socie...ancient_origin

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  • SevSpitak
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    Re: And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

    Originally posted by Federate View Post
    Indeed according to Andersen's map, we were in full control over Sadarak and portions of Sharur. I don't know how we would be in stable control over these regions without an Armenian majority at such a turmulous time.
    That's exactly my point. Keep in mind that one of the authors of this map is a Georgian. Azerbaijanis can't dismiss this map as "biased" since it's done by non-Armenians, of which one is a Georgian (who, if he's like other Georgians, surely has a political agenda against Armenians as well). Most maps made by this duo is for Georgian history, and that page is a byproduct of it.

    Here's a more recent page made for Azerbaijan, by the same authors:
    http://conflicts.rem33.com/images/Az..._Naxcivan.html

    One should read the entire page rather than simply looking at the maps.
    Last edited by SevSpitak; 11-19-2010, 04:55 PM.

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  • Federate
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    Indeed according to Andersen's map, we were in full control over Sadarak and portions of Sharur. I don't know how we would be in stable control over these regions without an Armenian majority at such a turmulous time.

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  • SevSpitak
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    I will admit, my statement, "exclusively Armenian region in the North" wasn't solidly founded. There were Tatar/Muslims living there, in large numbers as well.

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