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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Azerbaijan shelling Mataghis.

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        Originally posted by AbuSindi View Post
        Here is a full translation I did myself. These recordings are excerpts from various phone calls. Keep in mind that this was translated from Azerbaijani to Russian, and then into Armenian. I am now translating it into English from the Armenian text. Some things might not make sense because they got lost in translation, but I did my best. You'll get the general idea.

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        Phone Call 1: April 26 3:39 a.m.

        - Yes Ramil
        - Yes there are
        - What are they saying about the wounded?
        - I know he left, there are many wounded.

        Phone Call 2: April 26 3:47 a.m.

        - Where are you?
        - I haven't arrived there yet
        - God knows how many guys they've destroyed
        - When was the last time you saw it?
        - They started attacking in the direction of Aghdam and Goranboy
        - They started attacking?
        - They're destroying everything in the direction of Goranboy

        Phone Call 3: April 26 3:52 a.m.

        - Good evening
        - They're bringing back the wounded
        - It's like that?
        - There are...

        Phone Call 4: April 26 6:14 a.m.

        - Hello
        - Yes where are you?
        - They've stopped entirely
        - I don't know. The soldiers have died. Maybe the soldiers have died.
        - Alright then.

        Phone Call 5: April 26 6:17 a.m.

        - The artillery shell went inside
        - Aliyev has gone crazy
        - I don't know if it was the second. The first remained inside.
        - Yes, he also mentioned on the civilian line that he is with the commander, so they stop shooting. Ah their mothers (cursing)

        Phone Call 6: April 26 10:23 a.m.

        - What are you doing?
        - Yes just like that
        - They said they bombed us intensively
        - Again we have many casualties
        - This time they bombed us pretty heavily
        - Okay
        - They are constantly shooting.
        - The tanks weren't passing anymore. Today they were moving.
        - I thought they said they struck them. It was a lie.
        - Oh my...
        - They are transporting the soldiers with the vehicles.
        - Yes there are many dead among the young ones.
        -They are shooting. They are now shooting us towards Ganja.
        -Yes they shot us three times from Mrav.
        -They brought 33 bodies in the evening.
        - I swear this is an embarrassment.
        - Yatkhan said there are 200 people dead there.
        - Here, some guy from Ganja said they took 11 bodies to Ganja, one of them was a colonel.
        - He says there were officers too. They received the targets and everyone got hit.
        - I left my phone at home. I'm in the city. He says they are shooting just like that.
        - Yes they brought many here too. They took many bodies to Ganja as well.
        - There are many dead.
        - And how are you?
        - They are saying that they brought 30 military personnel to the hospital in an unrecognizable condition. Is that true?
        - When?
        - Have you been there?
        - I just found out. They brought them a little while ago. They're saying there's 30 dead. We'll find out in the evening. There might be more.
        Thank you for this- I hope this is the real deal.
        General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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          Originally posted by Mher View Post
          Can you please provide the link of the original? It would be nice to share this along with the translation to show the world the animals we are dealing with here.
          I looked and cannot locate it- this was taken by Groong and then translated from Azeri. It was not in the English version of APA.
          General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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            Let's hope this is not an exaggeration and there's more to come. Make them feel real pain and regret for starting this. It is the only language they understand



            Armenian shelling: Hundreds of houses damaged in Azerbaijan’s Terter, Aghjabadi districts


            Baku. Hafiz Heydarov – APA. Starting from April 27 evening until 04:00 (GMT + 4 hours), Armenian armed forces shelled settlements in Azerbaijan’s Terter district along the line of contact between the two countries’ troops, Mustaqim Mammadov, head of the Terter district executive authority, told APA.

            As many as 58 houses, 2 school buildings, one shop and one cotton receiver facility were damaged as a result of the shelling, Mammadov said.

            He added that the shelling caused two power transmitting substations to explode, which cut off electricity supply to 20 villages.

            “Efforts are being made to restore electricity supply in those villages. No civilian has been killed or wounded,” Mammadov said.

            According to him, the Armenian shelling of residential areas, which began on 2 April 2016, a total of 256 houses have been damaged.

            Elsewhere, the Armenian strikes on populated areas have caused significant damage to houses in Aghjabadi district too.

            Head of the Aghjabadi district executive authority, Shahin Mammadov told APA that up to 25 houses were damaged as a result of the enemy’s strikes.

            “One house in the Garakhanli village has burned down completely. The roofs of many houses have been hit by the shells and the windows smashed. Fortunately, no causalities were reported,” he said.
            General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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              Originally posted by Joseph View Post
              Thank you for this- I hope this is the real deal.
              You're welcome brother. I think it might be the real deal. Yesterday Azeris on Twitter were saying they have over 30 civilians killed. I think they are masking their military deaths as civilian casualties for both internal and external reasons.

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                Shell the hell out them until they come down to their knees.

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                  Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                  Shell the hell out them until they come down to their knees.
                  Every dwelling and military facility in artillery range needs to be targeted. Create a new wave of refugees moving east. Create a humanitarian and logistical nightmare- make them pay dearly.
                  General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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                    Originally posted by Joseph View Post
                    Every dwelling and military facility in artillery range needs to be targeted. Create a new wave of refugees moving east. Create a humanitarian and logistical nightmare- make them pay dearly.
                    yup, enough is enough.

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