Analysis

The New York Times “Massacre by Armenians Being Reported”

NYtimes

AGDAM, Azerbaijan, March 2— Fresh evidence emerged today of a massacre of civilians by Armenian militants in Nagorno-Karabakh, a predominantly Armenian enclave of Azerbaijan.

The Azerbaijani press agency Azerinform reported renewed Armenian missile fire on the Azerbaijani-populated town of Shusha on Sunday night. It said several people had been wounded in another attack, on the settlement of Venjali, early today.

Khojaly genocide is a crime against the mankind

Ilqar ceferov 2

The policy of genocide and aggression has been pursued by the Armenian nationalists against our people for more than two hundred years. This policy was aimed at driving the Azerbaijanis out of their lands and creating Greater Armenia, a fiction of the Armenian historians and ideologists. In order to implement their offensive and dangerous policy, they have used different ways and means, including the falsification of history, political provocations supported at the state level, aggressive nationalism, separatism, and aggression against the neighboring nations, “national-cultural”, religious, political, and even terrorist organizations established both in Armenia and in other countries, and they mobilized forces of the Armenian diaspora and lobby. 

During the bloody events of 1918, along the Azerbaijanis, about 3 thousand Jews were brutally killed.

soyqirim

… Turkic people have been suffering from the physical and moral terror, occupation and massacre policy of Armenian extreme nationalists for over 100 years. To justify their territorial claims against neighboring countries and their policy of ethnic cleansing, the Armenian extreme nationalists refer to the so called genocide allegedly committed by Ottoman Empire in 1915. In fact, the researchers, including European scholars, who are loyal to scientific truth, have already proved that no Armenian genocide had ever occurred. The product of ill imagination, the so-called ‘Armenian genocide’ is based on forged documents. Although the Ottoman period archives were opened in Turkey and everyone, including Armenian scholars and politicians were invited to study the historical documents dated the early 20th century, the Armenian side refused the proposal, thus, showing the real ambitions of those who claim the so-called ‘Armenian genocide’.