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#201 Yervant1

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Posted 15 December 2017 - 11:03 AM

Stupid fake sultan of asserbaboon Islamic countries are not the hypocrites, you are! They know the truth that Armenia never destroys houses of worship or cultural places, that is why they are establishing good relations with Armenia. Why don't you talk about the ten thousand cross stones your army personal destroyed in plain sight for the whole world to see!  

 

 
Ilham Aliyev: Muslims should know that Armenia, destroying our sacred mosques, can't be friend of Muslim countries [UPDATE] 13 DECEMBER 2017 [16:30] - 
 
 
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Muslims should know that Armenia, destroying our sacred mosques can not be friend of Muslim countries, said Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev.

He made the remarks at the extraordinary summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Istanbul on December 13.

"I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to OIC, its members and the Muslim societies of the world for the just support provided to Azerbaijan in the settlement of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict . For more than 20 years, Armenia has occupied 20 percent of Azerbaijani lands, including the Nagorno-Karabakh region and seven adjusted districts. Nagorno-Karabakh is the native and historical land of Azerbaijan. As a result of the Armenian aggression, more than one million Azerbaijanis became refugees and internally displaced persons. The occupied territories were subjected to complete ethnic cleansing and were looted," the head of state underlined.

President Aliyev noted that Armenia destroyed all cultural monuments, including mosques and Islamic monuments.

"Meanwhile, Armenia wants to establish friendly relations with various Muslim states. This is the biggest hypocrisy. The world's Muslims should know that Armenia, which destroys sacred mosques, cannot be a friend of Muslim countries," the head of state said.

The President recalled that in 1993 the UN Security Council adopted four resolutions demanding the immediate, complete and unconditional withdrawal of the Armenian armed forces from the Azerbaijani territory.

"However, Armenia refuses to implement them. The organization of Islamic cooperation and other international organizations adopted similar decisions and resolutions. Azerbaijan will never reconcile with the Armenian occupation, the conflict should be settled only within the internationally recognized borders and territorial integrity of Azerbaijan," said President Aliyev.

 

 

 
 

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Posted 15 December 2017 - 11:49 AM

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Posted 19 December 2017 - 11:58 AM

News.am, Armenia
Dec 18 2017
 
 
Turkey university professor demands from Azerbaijani students to give Armenia flag back
16:04, 18.12.2017
                  
 
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A scandal in connection with Armenian and Azerbaijani national flags took place at Uludağ University in Bursa, Turkey.

The Azerbaijani students of this institution of higher education said they had noticed, on December 5, that the flag of their country was absent from in front of the university. 

The university staff informed them that the flags were being renewed and the new Azerbaijani flag will be hung in one week.

One week later, however, the Azerbaijani students saw that there was no flag yet, and therefore they informed the university administration that they themselves want to hang the flag of Azerbaijan.

But Islamic history lecturer, Professor Salih Pay, who is in charge of flag affairs at Uludağ University, told these Azerbaijani students that the national flag of Armenia had disappeared several days ago, they were the suspects, and if they return the Armenian flag, he will hang the flag of Azerbaijan, too.

On the next day, however, these Azerbaijani students went to the university to hang the flag of their country on their own. But they were met by a large number of police cars at the yard of the university. So the Azerbaijani students held a protest outside the university grounds.

https://news.am/eng/news/427018.html  (video at link)



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Posted 19 December 2017 - 04:20 PM

Hey fake sultan, Muslim leaders are ignoring your lies and forging relationship with Armenia.

News.am, Armenia

Dec 19 2017
 
 
Newspaper: Armenia party leader tycoon MP hosts Arab sheikhs, Azerbaijan is uneasy
11:22, 19.12.2017
 
                  
 
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YEREVAN. – The news, according to which Arab sheikhs are in Armenia these days with their sons, has been at the focus of Azerbaijani media, according to Haykakan Zhamanak (Armenian Times) newspaper.

 

“Among them [these sheikhs] is the elder son of the prince of Abu Dhabi, one of the most influential people in the UAE [United Arab Emirates], Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan.

“It is noted [in Azerbaijani media] that [Prosperous Armenia Party Chairman, MP, and tycoon] Gagik Tsarukyan has hosted the sheikhs, and that the visit is of friendly nature. It seems the sheikhs are in Armenia to get familiarized with the country.

“At the same time, there is a worrisome mention [in Azerbaijani media] that economic investments in Armenia also could be one of the objectives of the visit.

“And at the end, there is an addition that so far nothing is publicly announced about this,” wrote Haykakan Zhamanak.

https://news.am/eng/news/427170.html

 


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Posted 22 December 2017 - 11:12 AM

Pan Armenian, Armenia
Dec 21 2017
 
 
Islamic solidarity in Azerbaijani style: Iranian media decry Baku conference

Azerbaijan is today hosting a conference titled “2017 – Year of Islamic Solidarity: Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue”, in attendance of the country’s president Ilham Aliyev, an Armenian expert on Iranian studies wrote on Facebook.

Armen Israyelyan added that the leading Iranian daily Kayhan has published quite a remarkable commentary, questioning the statements of the Azerbaijani authorities over pursuing sincere relations with the Muslim world.

“According to the Iranian media, today’s Baku conference is another event in the Azerbaijani style serving the interests of Israel. This comes when in the Year of Islamic Solidarity declared by Baku, mosques were destroyed, religious figures continued to face repressions, due to which more than 150 Shia clerics and religious figures ended up behind bars in Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan has no right to organize such an event,” the expert wrote.

https://www.panorama...ference/1882366



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Posted 22 December 2017 - 11:39 AM

Financial Times, UK
Dec 18 2017
 
 
Is the Council of Europe giving up on human rights?
 
Efforts to reinstate Russia to Council’s parliament risk undermining the rule of law
 
 
Since 1949 the Council of Europe has been promoting human rights, democracy and the rule of law on the European continent. Originally comprising only western European countries, it later expanded to include virtually all the former members of the Soviet Union.
 
One of its central achievements is the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), which offers redress to citizens who have been denied justice in their own countries.
 
Enlargement after the Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991 was risky in view of the new members’ lack of democratic experience. Nevertheless, many hoped that membership would encourage them to progress along the road to democracy.
 
However, the experience with countries such as Azerbaijan and Russia has been far from a happy one.
 
Azerbaijan is today a hereditary dictatorship, while Russia is becoming an increasingly authoritarian state. Both persistently flout the fundamental principles of the organisation in almost every area of domestic policy. Russia in 2015 adopted a law giving its Constitutional Court the power to render judgments of the ECHR unenforceable in Russia.
 
Yet both countries devote much effort to presenting themselves as fully democratic and to retaining their membership of the Council of Europe.
 
Last December, the European Stability Initiative, a think-tank, alleged that, for years, Azerbaijan had been paying some members of the Council’s Parliamentary Assembly (Pace) in return for a softening of criticism. It led to the resignation of several parliamentarians, and Pace commissioned an independent external investigation to examine the accusations of “corruption and fostering of interests”.
 
Pedro Agramunt, Pace’s former president, had close links to Russian policymakers. His travel on a Russian jet to a Russian-organised meeting with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad finally forced him to resign from the Pace leadership last October. The same month he received an honoris causa doctorate from a Kremlin-linked university.
 
Russia’s annexation of Crimea and its military aggression in eastern Ukraine led Pace to suspend Russian’s voting rights in 2014. In subsequent years, Russia refused to send delegates to the Assembly but, since mid-2016, it has shown increasing interest in readmission to Pace, which it hopes to achieve without losing face.
 
Last June, it said it would no longer pay its membership dues and was considering withdrawing completely from the Council. In parallel, it held discussions with parliamentarians who have argued in support of restoring its voting rights, such as Mr Agramunt, Michele Nicoletti and Council Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland.
 
We believe that, once it became clear that the 2014 suspension would not be reversed, there were efforts to disguise this goal under the cloak of an alleged need to “harmonise” the composition of the Assembly with the Committee of Ministers. Since Russia continues to take part in the Committee, this would imply the return of the Russian delegation to Pace with full voting rights.
 
The harmonisation “argument” lacks any substance. Since 2014, the Council has continued to function satisfactorily. Moreover, in numerous international organisations voting rights in the governing body are separate from those in the deliberative assembly, without this affecting their proper functioning (for example, the EU, the OSCE, Nato, the UN and the ILO). The fact that Russia cannot vote in Pace is the normal and intended consequence of its violations, including its aggression against Ukraine, a fellow Council member.
 
 Another worrying position is that of the Council’s secretary-general. He is pressing for Russia’s return because, he argues, it would be wrong to remove the protection of the ECHR from 140m Russian citizens.
 
What Mr Jagland omits to say is that Russia itself has withdrawn this protection. In December 2015, it ruled that only the Russian Constitutional Court could decide which judgments of the ECHR may be applied in Russia — a gross violation of the treaty establishing the Court.
 
The situation is clear: for as long as Russia does not fundamentally change course in Crimea and eastern Ukraine, Russian parliamentarians should not be allowed to vote in the Assembly. Russian troops are still present in both regions and international human rights organisations regularly report on Russia’s violations there. Moreover, Russia’s domestic policies violate the Council of Europe’s fundamental goals and principles in so many respects that this by itself should be enough to exclude it from the organisation.
 
With its 2014 resolution, the Assembly demonstrated to European citizens that it took seriously its mission to defend human rights, democracy and the rule of law.
 
 It must stick to that decision. Otherwise it will lose all credibility as the champion of fundamental European values, raising the risk of a gradual erosion of the rule of law and of legal protections for ordinary citizens, and giving support to those who amass wealth and influence through illegal means.
 
Willem Aldershoff is an independent analyst of international relations and a former head of unit at the European Commission; Michel Waelbroeck is emeritus professor of European law at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
 
 


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Posted 29 December 2017 - 09:49 AM

Happy to know that there are still few decent people in Azerbaijan! I know there are more but scared to talk about it.

Pan Armenian, Armenia

Dec 28 2017
 
 
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December 28, 2017 - 19:22 AMT
 
 
Azerbaijani teacher says ‘knowingly’ promoted tolerance for Armenians
 

An Azerbaijani teacher who was fired for promoting peace and tolerance towards Armenians says he took that step intentionally and is constantly teaching “tolerance, democracy, human rights and equality” to his students.

According to local media reports, Roshan Azizov recently dressed an Azerbaijani schoolgirl in an Armenian national costume, photographed her against the background of the Armenian church in Baku and published the photo on his facebook page, which caused a lot of controversy.

In a conversation with PanARMENIAN.Net , Azizov said people should treat other nations, including Armenians, the way they’d like to be treated.

“I realised that somebody had to take a step forward and say something in order to open the people’s eyes,” Azizov said, adding that the Azerbaijani people are “merciful and kind” and will understand one day that he is right.

“Armenians and our people must live in peace, it’s possible for the two nations to coexist side by side. War is not a solution, it’s an excuse.”

According to Azizov, who is a teacher of English at a Baku public school, people shouldn’t rush into making wrong decisions, as everyone deserves to be respected, regardless of their religion and nationality.

“Both Armenians and Azerbaijanis must take certain steps and learn to treat each other with respect,” Azizov said.

The Baku resident also added that the girl’s parents were aware of his intention and fully supported him in his undertaking.

“Those kids still call me and say they still love me even after I was expelled from school for no reason,” Azizov said, vowing to remain in Azerbaijan to continue straggling, even through his “life is in danger”.

“I am in a great danger, but I don’t think I will be arrested [as] the government will not make such a mistake, but i think it is also in Azerbaijan’s interest for this conflict to be settled in a peaceful way,” he said.

http://panarmenian.n...eng/news/250473

 

 

 


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Posted 29 December 2017 - 10:12 AM

Artsakh will never ever be under your criminal control again, get used to it and negotiate accordingly!

Vestnik Kavkaza

Dec 28 2017
 
 
Ali Hasanov: Azerbaijan ready for wider autonomy to Nagorno-Karabakh
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Azerbaijan is ready to grant a wider autonomy to Nagorno-Karabakh and provide civil rights of the local Armenian population, Azerbaijani President`s Assistant for Public and Political Affairs Ali Hasanov said in the interview published in the Jerusalem Post.

"We are ready for a certain compromise and a constructive solution to the problem," he stressed. Ali Hasanov noted that "granting a wider autonomy to the Nagorno-Karabakh region within Azerbaijan, as well as full provision – in accordance with Azerbaija"i legislation and international legal norms – of civil, socio-economic and cultural rights of the Armenian population living there is the primary way for sustainable, effective and fair settlement of the conflict.

Azerbaijani President`s Assistant for Public and Political Affairs pointed out that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement should be approached in line with the principles of international law.

"Armenia's occupational troops must unconditionally withdraw from the territory of Azerbaijan, the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the country must be restored and internally displaced persons must return to their lands,"  Ali Hasanov said stressed.

http://vestnikkavkaz...o-Karabakh.html

 

 



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Posted 30 December 2017 - 10:27 AM

News.am, Armenia
Dec 29 2017
 
 
Azerbaijan: Outside Civilization - Book about Armenian monuments’ destruction with state-run plan
16:26, 29.12.2017
                  
 
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YEREVAN. – In early 2017, the Armenian Architecture Research Foundation published the book, entitled Azerbaijan: Outside Civilization, about the fate of the Armenian historical and cultural monuments that are located in today’s Azerbaijan.

The head of this foundation, monument specialist Samvel Karapetyan, informed about the aforesaid at a year-end press conference on Friday.

In his words, the title of this book already bespeaks its content. As per Karapetyan, this work presents how Armenian monuments in Azerbaijan have been destroyed over the past two decades by the Azerbaijani armed forces and respective state-run plan.

“All this occurred with the same scenario as in Turkey in the 1940s,” he added.

Also, this book includes the Russian church, in Golitsyno village of Azerbaijan’s Shamkir District, which is destroyed, too. 

The monument specialist added that the book was published in three languages in order to unmask Azerbaijan, which attempts to present itself to the world as a civilized country.

“This truly is a volume that tears off Azerbaijan’s mask, which [the book] shows what an anti-cultural country Azerbaijan is, and what extremist, vandalistic attitude it has, especially towards Armenian culture,” noted Samvel Karapetyan.

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 11:15 AM

EurasiaNet.org
Jan 11 2018
 
 
Azerbaijani Teacher Fired After Call for Peace with Armenia
January 11, 2018 - 2:23pm, by Lamiya Adilgizi
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Teacher Roshan Azizov in front of his former classroom at a high school in Baku, Azerbaijan. 

(Photo from Roshan Azizov's Facebook profile)

In late December, a group of men from a nationalist organization broke into a high school in Baku and accosted a teacher, who had become a social media sensation for posting a photo of one of his students dressed in traditional Armenian attire. 
 
“They humiliated me in front of my students. They called me Armenian,” the teacher, Rovshan Azizov, told Eurasianet. “They said I am an Armenian agent, that I came to Azerbaijan to destroy this country under orders from Armenia. I just wanted to show that peace is possible, and that we cannot solve this conflict by killing each other, that's all,” Azizov said.
 
Azizov said that school officials had pressured him even before the nationalists stormed the school. “They told me: 'You better go. If you stay, you put our life and the life of kids in danger,” Azizov said. “Teachers told my students that I was Armenian and that they had to stay away from me.”
 
Days later, on December 28, Azizov was fired. School officials say it wasn't because of his pro-Armenian positions, but his unorthodox teaching methods.
 
But the episode highlights the delicate balance that the Azerbaijani government is trying to maintain in its ongoing struggle with Armenia: the two states are locked in a stalemated process to determine the future of Nagorno Karabakh, a territory seized by Armenian forces from Azerbaijan in a war in the early 1990s.
 
Azerbaijani government officials insist that their dispute is with the government in Yerevan, not with the Armenian people, and they take pains to emphasize its dedication to multiculturalism and inclusion.
 
In an interview last year, Azerbaijani First Lady and Vice President Mehriban Aliyeva said that she “will never let the Azerbaijani people form an enemy image of Armenians. There was a time when these peoples lived together, drank their wine at the same table. We should go back to that time.”
 
At the same time, Azerbaijani school textbooks portray Armenians in highly negative terms to children who, for the most part, have no firsthand knowledge of Armenians. One 2012 study found that terms like “Armenian terrorist,  Armenian fascist, Armenian bandit, Armenian separatist, Armenian barbarism, enemy and adjectives such as nasty Armenian and fascist Armenian are widely used in those textbooks.” 
 
“For 25 years the government has developed ideas of revanchism and an image of the enemy, without putting forward any plan for peace,” said Orkhan Nabiyev, a peace activist. “Unfortunately, Azerbaijani society was poisoned with this, as were Armenians. So our conflict is transforming from politics to ethno-politics and we – Armenians and Azerbaijanis – have to stop it.”
 
The controversy over Azizov began in November, when he posted a photo on facebook of one of his high school students, in front of Baku's shuttered Armenian church, wearing the traditional Armenian outfit known as the taraz.
 
The photo was seized on by government-supported nationalist groups like the Female Karabakh Veterans Association and the Karabakh Liberation Movement, and spread rapidly across Azerbaijani social media.
 
Users pored through his previous social media posts, and found that he had a long record of promoting peace with Armenia. He had posted a photo with the Armenian and Azerbaijani flags flying together, with the caption “I live in Azerbaijan. I don't want war. I want peace. We don't have to shed blood,” in both Armenian and Azerbaijani. And the photo of the student was part of a larger project in which he made a series of videos with students role-playing both sides of the Karabakh conflict.
 
His videos, heavy on stage-fighting – including lots of gunplay – put off some would-be supporters.  In one Facebook discussion of the issue, Novella Jafarova, head of the Association for the Protection of Women's Rights, called one video “a disturbing lesson where kids are hitting girls with guns.”

An official statement, provided by the Baku City Education Office, said Azizov was fired because the videos were “inappropriate for education and the moral-psychological development of the students.”
 
Others have found that explanation unconvincing. Every year, on the anniversary of the Khojaly massacre – an incident in which Armenian forces killed hundreds of ethnic Azeri civilians in Karabakh -- students across Azerbaijan reenact the event using elements just as violent as those in Azizov's video, according to Zamira Abbasova, the co-founder of Tbilisi-based Neutral Zone radio, a program dedicated to building peace in the Caucasus. “If Azizov is fired from his job because of this video, then the directors of almost every school should be fired for the Khojaly skits,” Abbasova told Eurasianet.
 
Akif Nagi, the head of the Karabakh Liberation Movement, confirmed to Eurasianet in an interview that his group sent representatives to Azizov's school to confront him because of the pro-Armenian nature of his projects.
 
“We tried to explain to him how his position works in Armenia's favor,” Nagi said. “But he could not understand. He was trying to defend his views, as if he is a pro-peace person and that he will continue until the society understands him.”
 
“Who speaks of peace means he wants our territories to remain under occupation, which is unacceptable,” Nagi said.
 
Nagi also said that in December he spoke with the school's director, Tural Mirzeliyev, who promised that he would fire Azizov.  Mirzeliyev declined to comment to Eurasianet.
 
In an interview at the Boho tea house in central Baku, Azizov wore the traditional Azerbaijani arakhchin cap. But he acknowledged that he may, in fact, be Armenian.
 
He was adopted as a baby by an Azerbaijani family, and grew up believing that his birth parents were most likely Russian. But after his adoptive mother died in 2014, he started investigating, and people who knew his adoptive mother when she was younger believed she had adopted him from an Armenian family, though he has yet to confirm this.
 
“This is one of the reasons that motivated me to promote peace and reconciliation,” he said. “Many think I am enemy of my nation. They think I am dangerous. But I have never betrayed my country … I just promoted peace. Calling for peace is not a crime."
 
Azizov said he still has faith in the government to make his case right. “If they really believe Armenians and Azerbaijani people can live side by side in peace they should support me,” he said.

Editor's note: 
 Lamiya Adilgizi is a freelance Azerbaijani reporter
 


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