Khojali Genocide

The story of Asli Mammadova – the only survivor of Mammadova family in Khojali genocide committed by Armenian and Russian armed forces on 25–26 February 1992 during the Nagorno-Karabakh War.

Copyrighted by Public TV and Radio Broadcasting Company, Azerbaijan.

Genozid Khojaly

Armenia and Terrorism

Armenia and Terrorism
Hatem Cabbarly
All states which were both friends and enemies of USA have published messages that condemned terrorism, offered their condolence to people who were close to death people and all the US society after the terrorist attack that was claimed to be organized and realized by Al Qaeda on September 11,2001.
Vardan Oskanyan, the Minister of Foreign
Affairs of Armenia, offered Armenia’s sympathy to USA on September 12, 2001 and made his explanation as :  “This is not just an attack against USA, but this is an attack against democracy and civilization.”  In addition to Vardan Oskanyan, Robert Kocharyan – the President of Armenia- offered his sympathy to USA under the name of Armenia. An important point was the offered condolence of Armenian Revolutionist Federation (Taşnaksütyun Partisi) to USA. These all were the explanations which were necessity of the diplomacy. Have the President, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia and the Armenian Revolutionist Federation behaved fraternitily in front of USA and all the world society from the perspective of struggle with and condemnation of terrorism?
In order to answer this question, it will be enough to remember the terrorist activities  which were realized against Azerbaijan by Armenia between 1989 and 1994.
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Dashnak (Tashnak) Terror Organization


The “Armenian Revolutionary Federation” or “Tashnak Organization” is also known as the “TashnakParty.” In fact, after the communist took over of the Armenian Republic, the Tashnak organization continued its existence as a party in exile, mainly in Lebanon, Iran, France, Greece and the United States. This organization has remained active up to the present day and has performed a significant role in planning and promoting the new era of Armenian terrorism, as well as forming teams and groups for carrying out terrorist operations. A move was made, later in its career, to have its name changed from the Armenian Revolutionary Federation to the Armenian National Committee. The intention behind this was to achieve greater effectiveness in its propagandist activities by the removal of a name that could offend Western sensibility. Oxumağa davam et

31 March -The Day of Genocide of Azerbaijanis

According to the decree of the President of the Republic of
Azerbaijan of 26 March 1998, every year on 31 March Azerbaijan
commemorates the Day of Genocide of Azerbaijanis.This year he people of Azerbaijan once again pay their respect to
victims of massacres and ethnic cleansing conducted as a result of
imperial policies in the region and waves of Armenian aggression.
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It’s well-known, that some countries are called by the name of the people abiding there, others – in accordance with the geographic and administrative name defining the name of the region’s population. According to F. Macler “Armenia, the geographic region, which has this name from ancient times, was not the permanent abode of people called Armenians…certainly, people with different language lived in this country.” (F.Macler. La nation Armenienne. Son Passe. Ses malheurs. Paris, 1924, p. 18-19). Another historian – Pastermadijan, writes: “Emergence of Armenian people, related to Indo-European group of people, in the East, in Armenia, together with Kimmerians and Frakians, who were related to the same group, tracking from the West through the Balkans and Asia Minor, dates back to 7th and 6th centuries BC. This hypothesis is already acknowledged by many specialists.” (H. Pastermadijan. Histoire de l’Armenie. Paris, 1949, p.23)
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A short review of Armenian history

The racial origins of the Armenians and the geography in which they lived are still debated today. It is certain, however, that they have always been the subjects of other states throughout history.

The encyclopædias state that Yerevan, Lake Sevan, Nahkichevan, north of Rumiah Lake and Maku region were called “Armenia” which meant “ upper lands” and the people living there were named Armenians.Some of the Armenian historians claim that they are descendants of the Hittites who lived in Cilicia and Northern Syria in the 6th century AD, while some others bring the genealogy to Haig, one of Noah’s sons. There is no certainty about exactly where the community referred today as Armenians settled and lived in the geographical region called Armenia. Their population and the percentage of their population to other groups that lived in the same area are still a mystery.Thus, even the Armenian historians are not unanimous as to their origin. It may therefore be stated that it is impossible for a community that has never had the privilege of being a nation and founding an independent state, to have claims on a certain geography as “a homeland”. Consequently, the dream of Great Armenia is but the product of an expansionist ideology.   Oxumağa davam et