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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Azerbaijani soldier killed as Armenians violated ceasefire

    [ 01 April 2014 19:08 ]
    Baku. Hafiz Heydarov – APA. A soldier of the Azerbaijani Army was killed as Armenians violated ceasefire.

    It happened on Terter front, APA reports.

    Soldier of the Azerbaijani Armed Forces, Akif Aydin Bakhshiyev, who was drafted from Ismayilli region, was killed as a result of the fire opened by enemy sniper.

    The Defense Ministry confirmed the fact to APA.
    apa.az

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      Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
      By April 1,2014 10 deaths from Armenian side 16 deaths from Azer side.

      According to Razm.info
      Not good compared to last year when it was about 35 v. 85 at the end of the year

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        Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
        Why are the Azeris fighting in Syria?
        It could also have to do with the Salafi movement growing in Azerbaijan

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        It's not all necessarily positive. These monkeys are getting invaluable military training and the bastards who survive will return very battle hardened.

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            Azerbaijani terrorists who fight in Syria are called on to come back and attack Armenians of Karabakh

            “If you so badly want to fight, take the weapon and go one-on-one across the border to the Armenians,” Azerbaijani journalist Timur Rzaev with such words appealed to Azerbaijani terrorists who fight in Syria in his article published on Nedelya.az website.

            “If you have been able to get to Syria from Baku you will manage to go across the border as well. Take weapons, grenades, break into the dugout to the Armenians and blow yourself up with them. You will die but will take with you dozens of Armenians. One man can make it, two, five, hundred… when reached to one hundred and one, the Armenians themselves would flee from Karabakh,” the Azerbaijani journalist believes.


            According to the author, the Azerbaijanis “who left their homeland and went to Syria should be ashamed of what they did.”

            “At the same time, this situation illustrates the collapse of the system of public education, lack of respect for the country, for parents, for teachers: the promises of radical preachers outweigh all of the mentioned above. And perhaps this is the most grievous result of the current situation in our eyes,” the journalist believes.

            According to the article, a whole sect of Wahhabis, which lures and dupes young people, operates in Azerbaijan freely and with impunity. “This is a matter of national security, of nation’s future. There is one more thing, if there is a sect in the country that recruits young people and make them terrorists, it is an issue the Ministry of National Security should deal with. Naturally, it is impossible to attach special agent to every religious person who would watch over him but it is necessary to curb Wahhabism. Today the terrorists fight in Syria while tomorrow they may start fighting in Azerbaijan against those whom they would consider non-believers!” Rzaev notes.

            Note that Azerbaijani Salafis or Wahhabis are fighting in the ranks of various terrorist groupings that operate in Syria, Afghanistan and Pakistan. According to the Azerbaijani news agency Vesti.az the total number of Azerbaijani terrorists in these countries equals to 300. Whereas according to FaktHeber Azerbaijani portal over the past three years only in Syria almost 200 Azerbaijani terrorists were killed.

            The relationship between international terrorist groups and Azerbaijan originated in the early 1990s. That time, the Azerbaijani army, having failed in the aggression against Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR), retreated with losses. Trying to save the situation, the Azerbaijani leadership, headed by Heydar Aliyev attracted to the war against the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh international terrorists and members of radical groups from Afghanistan (groupings of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar), Turkey ("Grey Wolves", etc.), Chechnya (groupings Basayev and Raduyev etc.) and some other regions.

            Despite the involvement in of thousands of foreign mercenaries and terrorists in the Azerbaijani army during the war, the Azerbaijani aggression against Nagorno-Karabakh Republic failed, and the Baku authorities were forced to sign an armistice with the NKR and Armenia. However, international terrorists found ties in Azerbaijan, and used them in the future. Recruitment was conducted among Azerbaijanis, who then were sent to Afghanistan and the North Caucasus, where participated in the battles against the forces of the international coalition and Russian organizations. In recent years, the citizens of Azerbaijan are actively involved in terrorist and extremist activities in Russia, Afghanistan and Syria.


            Source: Panorama.am
            Last edited by ninetoyadome; 04-01-2014, 09:58 AM.

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              Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army





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              • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                Originally posted by Mher View Post
                It could also have to do with the Salafi movement growing in Azerbaijan

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                It's not all necessarily positive. These monkeys are getting invaluable military training and the bastards who survive will return very battle hardened.
                Those salafis probably hate shias more than Armenians I mean if they wanted to anyone of them could take the bus to Yerevan.

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                  Originally posted by Mher View Post

                  It's not all necessarily positive. These monkeys are getting invaluable military training and the bastards who survive will return very battle hardened.
                  Europeans are very concerned about those who will return back.

                  Armenia should also be concerned, hope our intelligence will have some idea of their numbers, sympathies to the Aliev regime etc.

                  .
                  Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
                  Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
                  Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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                    Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                    Why are the Azeris fighting in Syria?
                    Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
                    For money,
                    Within 3 years they had ~200 deaths if not more.. better for us if they fight there. in case of Armenia-Azer war they will fight against us. those people do not fight for nationality or country but for money.
                    Originally posted by Mher View Post
                    It could also have to do with the Salafi movement growing in Azerbaijan

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                    It's not all necessarily positive. These monkeys are getting invaluable military training and the bastards who survive will return very battle hardened.
                    Probably the most comprehensive article on Azeri jihadists on the Internet so far: http://jihadology.net/2014/01/28/gue...ters-in-syria/
                    Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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                    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                      Originally posted by Mher View Post
                      It could also have to do with the Salafi movement growing in Azerbaijan

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                      It's not all necessarily positive. These monkeys are getting invaluable military training and the bastards who survive will return very battle hardened.
                      Yes, and Aliev is more than happy to let them go. As you said, most of these Azeri volunteers are Salafist Sunnis and consider Shia Azeris apostate. The current government are afraid of their movement. That being stated, I hope they return home soon.
                      General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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