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  • UrMistake
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    Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
    Blind nationalism.......fck yea.
    Blind no , i took just a fact , don't forget former allies become enemy's in history , at some point it will and again it will be not Armenian fault but blind Muslim fanatics , that's im afraid of , we all know how close is Iran with Pakistan . Western Iran would be against Russian-Armenian interests.

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  • Artashes
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    Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
    Blind nationalism.......fck yea.
    I'm not clear on your meaning?
    Do you mean: I'm being blindly nationalistic and my words had no merit? Or?

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  • Mos
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    Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
    Iranian Turks are good with Armenians (both are minorities) and being an Azari in Iran is not considered a minority. For example the former Queen of Iran was Azary, the current Supreme leader of Iran is Azary. The Armenians of Tabriz (not manny left) are known to be the toughest and the Gray Wolf movement is limited to the soccer hoolagans and such. Iranian government has made some positive moves in stopping these.

    If Iran looses contol of its territory under an invasion then northern Iran can be overwelmed and Armenia completely suround. Also the gates of Panturkism will open up, neither Russia or Iran would want that, in fact they fear that and will do all they can to prevent thar feom happening. Armenia holds this leverage.
    Thanks for the info, our resident Parskahye

    just imagine how much more powerful Iranian Armenian relations would be if Iran wasn't violently isolated by the West.

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  • Eddo211
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    Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by Artashes View Post
    I am not trying to disturb friendly relations of many years. I'm not questioning the sincerity of many Persians in these contemporary times.
    If I have recollected right, first the Parthians and then the Persians came to our ancient lands with zero friendly intentions.
    As with the case of the Romans and virtually all the other thugs(but not Alexander) we ran them off the first time but were unable to handle the repeated attacks.
    What is called northern Iran(bordering Armenia) is littered with ancient Armenian structures that predate any Persian presence . It was the Persians that forcefully moved Armenians out of the region and moved their people in.
    In ancient times they were not friends.
    I have cut stones(gemes) for decades and have always(no exceptions) had to deal with an Armenian when I bought Persian turquoise(really Armenian).
    Before the Assyrians(long before) there was Agade. Go back from there to see ancient. Look to Persepolis which is a long way from Armenia(Hay) if you want to see those people in ancient times because in ancient times they are nowhere to be found anywhere near the land of Hay.
    Artashes
    Blind nationalism.......fck yea.

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  • Eddo211
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    Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by Mos View Post
    How are the "Turks" of Northern Iran in their relationship with Armenians/Armenia. It worries me that the Northern part of Iran that borders Armenia is filled with these brainwashed "Azeris".
    Iranian Turks are good with Armenians (both are minorities) and being an Azari in Iran is not considered a minority. For example the former Queen of Iran was Azary, the current Supreme leader of Iran is Azary. The Armenians of Tabriz (not manny left) are known to be the toughest and the Gray Wolf movement is limited to the soccer hoolagans and such. Iranian government has made some positive moves in stopping these.

    If Iran looses contol of its territory under an invasion then northern Iran can be overwelmed and Armenia completely suround. Also the gates of Panturkism will open up, neither Russia or Iran would want that, in fact they fear that and will do all they can to prevent thar feom happening. Armenia holds this leverage.

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  • UrMistake
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    Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Etkanel jist axpers , Same thing i was about to say bravo .

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  • Artashes
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    Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by ninetoyadome View Post
    Not all the people in Northern Iran are brainwashed, majority of them know the true history of the newly formed republic of azerbaijan.
    Iranian Azeri historian and expert on Persian history Dr. Kaveh Farrokh wrote: PAN-TURANIANISM TAKES AIM AT AZERBAIJAN:
    A Geopolitical Agenda

    http://www.rozanehmagazine.com/NoveD...zariINDEX.HTML

    You guys should give it a read. He talks about how Stalin created azerbaijan because he wanted to claim Northern Iran quoting Vasily Bartold, Russian historian and Turcologist:


    He talks about how Stalin referred to famous Iranian poets and artists as famous azeris, etc.
    Arran? Those are tatars(Russian) or Tartars(everyone else). A turco hominoid that first raped the hinterland of what is now Russia and then invaded Baku region. Hay was living on the shores of the Caspian for millennia before they came to murder and steal. Arran is not the name of them but a stolen and transformed word(like they change Erivan).
    Artshes

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  • Artashes
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    Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
    Its in Farsi.....a message of good will to our ancient friends.
    I am not trying to disturb friendly relations of many years. I'm not questioning the sincerity of many Persians in these contemporary times.
    If I have recollected right, first the Parthians and then the Persians came to our ancient lands with zero friendly intentions.
    As with the case of the Romans and virtually all the other thugs(but not Alexander) we ran them off the first time but were unable to handle the repeated attacks.
    What is called northern Iran(bordering Armenia) is littered with ancient Armenian structures that predate any Persian presence . It was the Persians that forcefully moved Armenians out of the region and moved their people in.
    In ancient times they were not friends.
    I have cut stones(gemes) for decades and have always(no exceptions) had to deal with an Armenian when I bought Persian turquoise(really Armenian).
    Before the Assyrians(long before) there was Agade. Go back from there to see ancient. Look to Persepolis which is a long way from Armenia(Hay) if you want to see those people in ancient times because in ancient times they are nowhere to be found anywhere near the land of Hay.
    Artashes

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  • ninetoyadome
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    Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by Mos View Post
    How are the "Turks" of Northern Iran in their relationship with Armenians/Armenia. It worries me that the Northern part of Iran that borders Armenia is filled with these brainwashed "Azeris".
    Not all the people in Northern Iran are brainwashed, majority of them know the true history of the newly formed republic of azerbaijan.
    Iranian Azeri historian and expert on Persian history Dr. Kaveh Farrokh wrote: PAN-TURANIANISM TAKES AIM AT AZERBAIJAN:
    A Geopolitical Agenda

    http://www.rozanehmagazine.com/NoveD...zariINDEX.HTML

    You guys should give it a read. He talks about how Stalin created azerbaijan because he wanted to claim Northern Iran quoting Vasily Bartold, Russian historian and Turcologist:
    “The name “Azerbaijan” for the Republic of Azerbaijan (Soviet Azerbaijan) was selected on the assumption that the stationing of such as republic would lead to that entity Iranian to become one…this is the reason why the name “Azerbaijan” was selected (for Arran)…anytime when it is necessary to select a name that refers to the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan, we should/can select the name Arran…”
    He talks about how Stalin referred to famous Iranian poets and artists as famous azeris, etc.

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  • Mos
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    Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
    Its in Farsi.....a message of good will to our ancient friends.
    How are the "Turks" of Northern Iran in their relationship with Armenians/Armenia. It worries me that the Northern part of Iran that borders Armenia is filled with these brainwashed "Azeris".

    Leave a comment:

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