The historical environment of the vicinity of Stepanakert

The rich, historical and cultural environment of Stepanakert. The fact that there was life in the vicinity of Stepanakert, Armenians lived here much earlier, according to archeological materials, source data, the rich historical and cultural environment that still exists. Unfortunately, the vicinity of Stepanakert is very little studied. In 2012, 1.6 km north-west of Stepanakert, the ruins of a church / monastic complex / were found. Judging by the surrounding 12th century khachkars, the church existed in the 12th century. However, the nearby settlement and the early Christian cemetery prove that life here existed much earlier. And Krkjan, Kirkitjan (fortress-settlement […]

Ethnic image in Artsakh in the 18th century. Lernik Hovhannisyan

After the conquest of Transcaucasia by the Russian Empire, Russia began to conduct various censuses in the Transcaucasus, which, of course, were far from complete, containing 30-40% inaccuracies.There are records that do not take into account the number of women, give the names of settlements, but do not indicate their ethnicity.In 1823,cameral statistic was performed by Colonel Yermolov and Mogilovsky, an advisor with a more technical purpose.The census was conducted in the Karabakh province, which was divided into mahallas, 23 mahallas, with a total area of ​​21340 sq. Km. With the formation of the NKR, that area was considerably reduced; […]

Armenian historical reality of Shushi is falsificated

After the occupation of Shushi, Azerbaijan launched a state-level campaign against the city’s Armenian cultural values. In particular, the ethnic origin of historical and cultural monuments is falsified. For example, the Ghazanchetsots Church is presented as Udi, and the Kanach Zham or St. John the Baptist Church is presented as Russian Orthodox, while the same Russian archival documents suggest otherwise.The Russian church, the plan of which has been preserved, was located in a completely different place in Russian sources, was demolished by the Azerbaijanis in 1966, and a house of culture was built on the site. The article presents facts […]

There were not mosques in Kashatagh and Karvachar regions

Recently, while in Shoushi, the President of Azerbaijan, the country’s chief forger I. Aliev, on whose instructions false rumors have been spread in the past that Armenians allegedly destroyed Azerbaijani cultural monuments by stopping at one of the local mosques, once publicly boasted that Armenians had destroyed 64 of 67 mosques in Nagorno-Karabakh. The news, which has absolutely nothing to do with reality, has also appeared in other publications that encourage the false propaganda of the Azerbaijanis.In view of the above, we have to answer the liar who turns the reality upside down, based only on the real facts. Thus, […]

The next manifestations of the Azerbaijani state falsification

Recently, while in Shoushi, the President of Azerbaijan, the country’s chief forger I. Aliev, on whose instructions false rumors have been spread in the past that Armenians allegedly destroyed Azerbaijani cultural monuments by stopping at one of the local mosques, once publicly boasted that Armenians had destroyed 64 of 67 mosques in Nagorno-Karabakh. The news, which has absolutely nothing to do with reality, has also appeared in other publications that encourage the false propaganda of the Azerbaijanis.In view of the above, we have to answer the liar who turns the reality upside down, based only on the real facts. Thus, […]

Azokh Cave

Azokh limestone cave (older name: Orvan, Orvan cave) has an area of ​​about 8000 square meters. This ancient monument had entrances and exits from six halls. According to incomplete data, the length of the “paths” passing through the mysterious cave exceeds 300 m. Armenian historians have mentioned Azokh Cave many times. During the Mongol-Tatar invasions, the rulers of Amaras hid the riches of the Artsakh world here. For a long time the cave was shrouded in mystery and was discovered only in 1960. One of the entrances, Azokh 5, was intensively excavated, during which a part of the lower jaw […]

Tsaghkavank

Tsaghkavank is located in the center of Tsakuri village of Hadrout region. Only the main “Surb Astvatsatsin” church has been preserved from the old complex and differs by its round portal (door). The church is rectangular on the outside and has a domed three-nave basilica on the inside. From an architectural point of view, the church does not have a magnificent design. The walls are plastered inside. The oldest inscription on the khachkar dates back to 1198, which means that the monastery was already operating here in the 12th century. This is supported by the inscription made on the front […]

The Phobia about the Armenians in Azerbaijani kid’s Literature

Hovik Avanesov, Anjela Elibegova, Arina Grigoryan Anti-Armenian policy and military rhetoric are an inseparable part of the foreign and internal policy of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The mentioned policy was also reflected in the Azerbaijani kid’s literature. The research focuses on the phobia about the Armenians in children’s literary works of Azerbaijani writers and their influence on the world outlook of the youth of Azerbaijan. Based on the results of the monitoring and research carried out by the authors, a number of facts have been presented which testify the systemic nature of anti-Armenian policy implemented by Azerbaijan.

Maragha Genocide as a Continuation of Azerbaijan’s Genocidal Policy

Azerbaijani military aggression against Nagorno-Karabakh Republic has a tragic history challenging human imagination, Maragha genocide stands out against this appalling background (Maragha is referred to as a Soviete village of Leninavan – two merged villages of Maraghi and Margushevan of the NKR Mardakert region, on the border with Mirbashir district (Terter  district), near the Azerbaijani city of Mir-Bashir (Terter). According to the last census conducted of 1989, the village had a population of 4,660.  The village was shelled on 5 a.m. of  April 10, 1992 that was no more intense than previously. The shelling intensified at midday by regular Azerbaijani […]

Be alert the people of Israel, for you have already been involved in disaster-promoting activities

For the umpteenth time we testify and come across the fact causing many controversial questions as to how the state system of the Jewish people bearing the pain of Holocaust becomes a platform for various groups advocating and inciting genocide. Although our appeals to the Jewish people were numerous, we don’t hear any reaction up to now… The same Israeli state sponsors and provides modern Nazis with high-quality weaponry to ensure the continued destruction of those in the West Caspian, who underwent in 1987-1992 the Great Disaster only because they were the Armenians, in territories under control of the state […]

FALSIFICATIONS OF KHOJALU EVENTS IN AZERBAIJANI SCHOOL LITERATURE

SUMMARY The relevance of the topic is due to the fact that the falsification of events in Khojalu continues to this day and is carried out in Azerbaijan at the state level. Purpose of article – to put forward and justify the approach according to which school textbooks and “scientific works” of Azerbaijani scientists are one of the main platforms for creating and spreading propaganda theses and myths around the Khojalu (Aghdam) events of 1992. Authors ‘ task – detection of fraud in the description of the Khojalu (Aghdam) events in school and the scientific literature. For this purpose, the […]

MECHANISMS FOR COUNTERING THE GENOCIDAL POLICY OF AZERBAIJAN AND ANTI-ARMENIAN FASCISM

Abstracts Nazism and racism are the main pillars on which the artificial Azerbaijan state was formed in 1918, which is a Pan-Turkish project. The current military-political leadership of Azerbaijan, remaining faithful to its style, continues to make Nazi ideology an integral part of domestic and foreign policy. which in different periods had different forms; – Before Azerbaijan acquired statehood, it manifested itself in opposition to the Muslim population, which formed the identity of the Caucasian Tatars around the idea of “Azerbaijanism”. -1918-1920 Pogroms of Armenians in Azerbaijan and Artsakh. The attempt was to bring the Armenian element out of the […]