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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
    Don't know if you guys saw it, ISIS hit another Turkish IFV with an ATGM in the exact same location.
    Last time the rebels hit SAA armor in the exact same location, everyone was making fun of SAA and saying how incompetent they are.
    Here's the mighty Turkish Army showing how incompetent they are.
    These days wars are not fought on camels with swords, something Turks were so good at. *sarcasm*

    http://defense-watch.com/2016/12/24/...targeted-atgm/
    Not so surprising. With todays anti-tank technology, tanks have become walking coffins.

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

      Armenian Army







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

        Originally posted by haydavid View Post
        Nothing that you said is an excuse to cheer the burning of people.
        Doesn't matter if they are turk/kurd/azeri/... Do you really have 0 humanity left? I hope you don't dare to call yourself a Christian...
        What unrealistic values ? Is burning people alive something normal for you ? Just because he may have been the grand(grand)son of a genocidal grandfather?
        What's the difference right now between your way of thinking and those of the Turks in 1915?
        i don't show any single feeling about a burned turk, a roasted turk or a medium rare turk, if u have a little armenian blood in you who wouldn't wrote what u wrote! Go ask Halebahay people who destroyed their factories, smuggled them into turkey... u retarded mother Theresa

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

          Originally posted by Bigdikran View Post
          i don't show any single feeling about a burned turk, a roasted turk or a medium rare turk, if u have a little armenian blood in you who wouldn't wrote what u wrote! Go ask Halebahay people who destroyed their factories, smuggled them into turkey... u retarded mother Theresa

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

            Armenian special forces







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

              Yeah sure guys you are all such hardcore Armenians. The classical 'everyone that disagrees with me is not real Armenian , only I am'.

              I've nothing to add , since you are as blind and full of hatred as the turks you hate. No point even trying to argue with you. Go ahead , burn and kill every turk or anyone that is not Armenian.
              Blind nationalism really is a scary disease.

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

                Originally posted by haydavid View Post
                Yeah sure guys you are all such hardcore Armenians. The classical 'everyone that disagrees with me is not real Armenian , only I am'.

                I've nothing to add , since you are as blind and full of hatred as the turks you hate. No point even trying to argue with you. Go ahead , burn and kill every turk or anyone that is not Armenian.
                Blind nationalism really is a scary disease.
                Blind nationalism LOL
                Dude, my grandparents' parents reached Lebanon as orphans and lived in an orphanage. It's a miracle they made it alive and it's even a bigger miracle that after generations I'm Armenian.
                So if you wanna be a flower child that's your free choice, but please don't lecture us on how to respect Turks.
                Capiche?

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

                    APA, Azerbaijan
                    Dec 23 2016


                    Panicked by ‘Ildirim’, Armenia continues to keep silent, says retired colonel







                    Armenia is apparently in shock after the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan live-fired Ildirim (Thunderstorm) anti-aircraft missile complexes, Shair Ramaldanov, a retired colonel of the Azerbaijani Army, told APA on Friday. x
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                    He noted that Armenian experts who will normally comment on any small incident are silent this time. x
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                    “They’ve been silent for two days now. It did not take Azerbaijan long to respond to the Iskander systems obtained by Armenia with Ildirim complexes,” Ramaldanov said. “It would be interesting to know what Armenia’s leadership is now going to do to tease its people.”
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                    He noted that the successful army-building carried out thanks to the successful policy of Supreme Commander-in-Chief Ilham Aliyev, economic opportunities of Azerbaijan, an abundance of natural resources, demographic superiority and other factors are a clear indication of Armenia’s inability to keep pace with Azerbaijan.
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                    “The well-organized protection of Azerbaijan’s airspace and weapons to be included in Azerbaijani army’s disposal in the near future will be a surprise for Armenia and the enemy will, no doubt, be in panic. How can they neutralize the missile that we will fire at them? This a serious question,” the retired colonel added. xx
                    http://en.apa.az/azerbaijan-military...d-colonel.html
                    Hayastan or Bust.

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

                      Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                      Blind nationalism LOL
                      Dude, my grandparents' parents reached Lebanon as orphans and lived in an orphanage. It's a miracle they made it alive and it's even a bigger miracle that after generations I'm Armenian.
                      So if you wanna be a flower child that's your free choice, but please don't lecture us on how to respect Turks.
                      Capiche?
                      First of all I have seen many stupid discussions here but this discussion about burnt turk soldiers is like the beginning of a new dimension of idioty.
                      I think the reason of haydavids reaction is not his respect for turkish army members but that he feels uncomfortable seeing Armenians laughing about this video. I had the same feeling. It has something very strange that we are celebrating the actions of an organization that is killing more Armenians than turks and an action we would never wish to see done by ourselves. It would be a shame for me to see Armenian soldiers killing turkish or azeri captives not because I would have so much respect for these soldiers but because it is not the behaviour of a real man. We should never forget that we are strong because our society isn't producing Ramil Safarovs or such bastards like the guys who were posing with Qyarams head. So if IS burns turk soldiers we shouldn't react. Our goal is not to see some turks burnt alive by jihadists for their own political interests but to take back what belongs to us. And everything besides that shouldn't be a reason for pleasure for us.

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