Azerbaijan Is Torturing and Beheading Armenians 

Azerbaijan Is Torturing and Beheading Armenians 

During the 44-day war of Azerbaijan against the Armenian Republic of Artsakh, (Nagorno-Karabakh) in the autumn of 2020, Azerbaijan committed many crimes against the Armenians. These include the indiscriminate shelling of Artsakh, the torture and murder of civilians, and the deliberate destruction of Armenian patrimony, among others. The Azeri forces used cluster munitions against the civilian population …

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Misclassification of Armenian art as Islamic, On the ignorance of the Western art world

Misclassification of Armenian art as Islamic, On the ignorance of the Western art world

Frankly, I am tired of the ignorance of the Western art world that misattributes Armenian art to others or classifies it as Islamic. Here is the official description of this Robe: “From the collection of the Courtauld Gallery’s renowned collection of Islamic metalwork a medieval woven silk and gold thread robe. It was crafted in …

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From Alexander Lebed's memoirs, how the 1988 earthquake in Armenia was celebrated in Baku.

From Alexander Lebed’s memoirs, how the 1988 earthquake in Armenia was celebrated in Baku.

From the book of memoirs of General Alexander Lebed, who during the days of the earthquake in Armenia was in the capital of Azerbaijan, the city of Baku: “On the evening of December 7, according to the Vremya program, it was announced that there was a colossal earthquake in Armenia … The exact number of …

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The Armenians of Aintab -The Economics of Genocide in an Ottoman Province

The Armenians of Aintab -The Economics of Genocide in an Ottoman Province

By Ümit Kurt. A Turk’s discovery that Armenians once thrived in his hometown leads to a groundbreaking investigation into the local dynamics of genocide. Ümit Kurt, born and raised in Gaziantep, Turkey, was astonished to learn that his hometown once had a large and active Armenian community. The Armenian presence in Aintab, the city’s name …

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