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Journal: Science and world (Vol.2, No. 25)

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Page : 115-121

Keywords : aggression of Armenia against Azerbaijan; territorial claims; ethnic cleansing; terror; genocide;

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The ethnic cleansing, genocide and aggression committed by the Armenian nationalists against Azerbaijanis in the last two centuries is analyzed in the article. According to the historical facts, the article shows that the movement of a large number of the Armenian population from Iran and Turkey to the strategically important part of the mountainous Karabakh region of Azerbaijan began at the beginning of the XX century. Since the beginning of the XX century, the Armenian nationalists enlarging their efforts in the direction of “Great Armenia” idea implementation, expelling Azerbaijanis from their historical lands have begun implementing ethnic cleansing and genocide policy. This fact proves the continuation of Armenian nationalists’ aggression policy ? in the XX century Azerbaijanis were being subjected to genocide and ethnic cleansing 4 times: in 1905-1907, 1918-1920, 1948-1953, 1988-1993 . In 1918-1920 mass destruction was perpetrated in Baku, Guba, Shamakhi, Kurdamir, Lankaran, Shusha and Iravan provinces, Zangazur, Nakhchivan, Sharur, Ordubad, Gars, and the other regions by Armenians. As a result, thousands of Azerbaijanis were cruelly slaughtered. The article shows that in the XIX century being moved to the m ountainous region of Karabakh, Armenians were given the status of autonomous region in 1923, and this event was the violation of the administrative-territorial division of Azerbaijan, and at the same time became a vehicle for future territorial claims of Armenia against Azerbaijan. In Soviet times, Karabakh's Armenian community living in the mountainous part of Karabakh had political, economic, social and cultural autonomy power; Armenia put forward its territorial claims several times, but could not succeed. In 1988-1993 creating monoethnic state, the Republic of Armenian perpetrated aggression policy against Azerbaijan, civilian people were killed, dwellings were ruined and burnt. At the end of the XX century genocide committed in Khojaly by Armenians is one of the most horrible crimes committed against humanity and humankind. The article states that Khojaly genocide, which is not inferior to other genocides like Katyn, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Sonqmi, Rwanda, Srebrenica and horrible genocide as the Holocaust will never be forgotten in the history of the world. The abovementioned events reverberated in the world as genocide of civilians.

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