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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Originally posted by HyeFighter2 View Post
      and? they have only manpower, no technology nor air forces, only our artillery can make a new kurdish genocide bro
      This racist bs is getting on my nerves. I'd like to remind you that Monte Melkonian trained with the Kurds and called to ally ourselves with the them. For a die hard Armenian you seem to disregard what our most beloved modern day hero thought. Take your genocidal thoughts elsewhere..

      http://rastibini.blogspot.com/2009/0...f-armenia.html
      Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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        Operative measures conducted by Defense Army silence the enemy

        14:11, 15 August, 2015
        STEPANAKERT, AUGUST 15, ARMENPRESS. According to operative data of the Defense Army of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic, the ceasefire regime has been violated about 1000 times by the enemy on the contact line of Karabakh-Azerbaijan opposing armies from August 9-15. As “Armenpress” was informed from the press service of the NKR Ministry of Defense, more than 18 thousands shots have been directed at Armenian border protecting units from different-caliber weapons as well as from 60 and 82 mm mortars and RPG-7 grenades.

        As a result of operative measures taken by the front line units of the Defense Army the activation of the enemy was suppressed.

        ^what sort of operations I wonder

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          Originally posted by gokorik View Post
          This racist bs is getting on my nerves. I'd like to remind you that Monte Melkonian trained with the Kurds and called to ally ourselves with the them. For a die hard Armenian you seem to disregard what our most beloved modern day hero thought. Take your genocidal thoughts elsewhere..

          http://rastibini.blogspot.com/2009/0...f-armenia.html
          That was his response to an earlier post.

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

            Originally posted by armnuke View Post
            That was his response to an earlier post.
            Whats your point? He's still saying we should attack the Kurds if they were to establish a state. Do you agree?
            Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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              Originally posted by gokorik View Post
              Whats your point? He's still saying we should attack the Kurds if they were to establish a state. Do you agree?
              gokorik siktir, ofc you will attack everyone who have eye on your home, kurds have always killed armenians, and took armenian everything, even language,

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                Post #20779 by hyefighter2

                My iPad is not letting me "reply with quote" so...

                Hayastan or Armenians are not trying to or hoping to commit a genocide against anyone. Really bad choice of words.
                The genocide committed against us by the turcs and kurds was the last of many acts by these two (turc/kurd) to eliminate us from our home so they could have it.
                After the first genocide of the 20th century, the kurds swarmed in to --- ALL --- our villages that still remained after centuries of atrocities. Over 3 thousand village. That's western Armenia.
                Now the kurds are calling that "north kurdistan" so as to complete their desires of the genocide of the Armenians , which was to steal our wealth and land.
                This was the goal of the kurds in 1915. They were and are unhappy with the "split" of the bounty gained by helping the turcs commit this genocide.
                The kurds are in the process of finalizing the genocide they committed against us.
                Any taking back of our lands is --- not --- an act of genocide against they offspring of the genocidal murderes, but simply to take back our land.
                Van is virtually 100% kurd, but it's a 100% Armenia. Where did the Armenians go and how. No question mark because it's not a question. Over 3 thousand villages ... All kurds live there now. That's what they wanted. Now is their time to attempt to complete their participation in the genocide of our people ... Western Armenia (becomes) north kurdistan.
                If we kill any of them for that, it ain't genocide.
                It's justice.
                If we take back our land and give them the boot they deserve, that's also justice.
                HARK

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                  There is a big amount of Kurds in Iran,so any action of expansion from Turks,Azeris and Kurds is gonna be met with military support and probably involvement of Iran,since any panturkist or pankurdish expansion and succes in the region is a threat of civil war for the government.we have common enemy with Iran as long as Kurds and Turks exsist in the region.our existence is crucial for Russians and Iranians,as antitode against Turks.i don't know about existence of Azeris,Turks or Kurds in the near future,but our existence is guaranteed let me tell you that.
                  Last edited by argin; 08-15-2015, 06:45 PM.

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                    http://armenpress.am/arm/news/815151...khodit-iz.html




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