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It is a good thing to support Armenia instead of Azerbaijan

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European Court of Human Rights declared Samadov innocent/ Baku fined

https://en.abna24.com/news//European-court-of-human-rights-declared-samadov-innocent-baku-fined-must-pay-compensation-to-imprisoned-head-of-the-azeri-Islamic-party_994027.html

December 15, 2019 - 4:58 PM News Code : 994027 Source : ABNA24Link: 

European Court of Human Rights declared Samadov innocent/ Baku fined

 

The European Court of Human Rights fine Azerbaijan 4000 euros for violating rights and moral damage of Dr.. Mohsen Samadov, head of the Prisoner of the Islamic Party of Azerbaijan (AIP) Who was sentenced to prison in 2011 for a speech in their sect.

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): Azerbaijan fined 4000 euros by the European Court of Human Rights for violating rights and moral damage of Dr.. Mohsen Samadov, head of the Prisoner of the Islamic Party of Azerbaijan (AIP) Who was sentenced to prison in 2011 for a speech in their sect.

According to European Court of Human Rights ruling, Samadov's arrest was violation of the guaranteed rights of the European Convention on Human Rights and Azerbaijan should pay him 4,000 euros in compensation for the violated rights of the Islamic Party leader.

Speaking at a party meeting on January 7, 2011, Dr.. Mohsen Samadov referred to the Baku government's policies as reminiscent of the Muawiyah and Yazid policies and compared them to the 1937 policies of the communist regime.

He said in a speech that "Today, in our Muslim country, too, our daughters are insulted fo their Hijab... Today, our government is completely at the disposal of the Zionists and the source of the current anti-religious actions in Azerbaijan is the Zionist regime."

Following this speech in 2010, the Supreme Court of Azerbaijan sentenced Haj Mohsen Samadov to 12 years in prison for false crime carrying weapons and narcotics and now he has been imprisoned in the dreaded prisons of the Republic of Azerbaijan for nearly nine years.

On September 11, 2016, Grand Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi in a letter to Haj Mohsen Samadov, who was on a hunger strike in protest of the Azerbaijani government's actions in prison, called on him to end his hunger strike.

Baku-Mashhad direct flight to facilitate Azeri pilgrims’ trip to holy city

https://en.abna24.com/news//baku-mashhad-direct-flight-to-facilitate-azeri-pilgrims’-trip-to-holy-city_994019.html

December 15, 2019 - 4:27 PM News Code : 994019 Source : IQNALink: 

Baku-Mashhad direct flight to facilitate Azeri pilgrims’ trip to holy city

 

A direct flight between the Republic of Azerbaijan’s capital of Baku and Iran’s holy city of Mashhad is going to be launched, an official said.

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): 

Abolfazl Mokramifar, director general of Khorasan Razavi province’s cultural heritage, handicrafts and tourism department, said it will be launched next week.

Azerbaijan Airlines will operate two flights a week between the two cities, he noted.

According to Mokramifar, it is aimed at facilitating travels to Mashhad by Azeri pilgrims.

More than 85 percent of the people of Azerbaijan are Shia Muslims, he noted, adding that with the launch of the direct flight, over 3,000 Azeri pilgrims are expected to visit Mashhad every month.

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On 9/12/2018 at 12:57 AM, Iskandar91 said:

I don't believe we should support someone just because he is Shia by name. Azerbaijani president Aliev is a tyrant and oppressor, that seeks worldly riches, power and rule. It is not just Azerbaijani relations with Israel but also Shia scholars who speak against the regime and want Shia Islam to play bigger role in society are oppressed, force used against them and jailed. Ashura is forbidden in public in Azerbaijan. 

About Nagorno-Karabkh conflict:  "In 1823 the five districts corresponding roughly to modern-day Nagorno-Karabakh, was 90.8% Armenian. " "The earliest concrete numbers about the population of the whole of Karabakh is from the census of 1823 concerning the abolition of the Karabakh Khanate. In the territory of the former Armenian principalities, 90.8% of villages were recorded as being Armenian, while 9.2% were recorded as Tatar or Kurd."  Source: Bournoutian, George A. A History of Qarabagh: An Annotated Translation of Mirza Jamal Javanshir Qarabaghi's Tarikh-E Qarabagh. Costa Mesa, CA: Mazda Publishers, 1994, page 18

"The Soviet Union also had far-reaching plans concerning Turkey, hoping that it would, with a little help from them, develop along Communist lines. Needing to placate Turkey, the Soviet Union agreed to a division under which Zangezur would fall under the control of Armenia, while Karabakh and Nakhchivan would be under the control of Azerbaijan. Had Turkey not been an issue, Stalin would likely have left Karabakh under Armenian control. As a result, the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast was established within the Azerbaijan SSR on 7 July 1923."  Source: Service, Robert. Stalin: A Biography. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2006 p. 204

In late 80s and early 90s with the beginning of the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh started revolt and demands to be united with Armenia. Actually the first direct confrontation of Azeri-Armenian conflict was started by Azeris. 

"On 22 February 1988, the first direct confrontation of the conflict occurred as a large group of Azeris marched from Agdam against the Armenian populated town of Askeran, "wreaking destruction en route". The confrontation between the Azeris and the police near Askeran degenerated into the Askeran clash, which left two Azeris dead, one of them reportedly killed by an Azeri police officer, as well as 50 Armenian villagers, and an unknown number of Azeris and police injured." Sources: Elizabeth Fuller, Nagorno-Karabakh: The Death and Casualty Toll to Date, RL 531/88, 14 December 1988, pp. 1–2 and de Waal, Thomas (2003). Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan Through Peace and War. New York: New York University Press.

I don't see how Armenia is the bad guy here. 

I agree with this post. 

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On 3/4/2019 at 7:48 PM, Mohammadi_follower said:

I hope sincerely inshallah but you know this is difficult after all for a country to be religious after one century of atheism communism.

Actually, all the former Soviet republics were both strongly secular and conservative at the same time. The rot set in with the restoration of capitalism in the USSR and the rise of neoliberal piracy during the 1980s and ‘90s, including the post-Soviet period under Yeltsin. The criminal elements of the big bourgeoisie formed mafias during this timeframe and privatised all public resources and institutions, essentially destroying Soviet society and state, while backing Western and Zionist intelligence against the Soviet state vis-à-vis sectarianism, nationalism (chauvinism), and foreign-sponsored religious extremism. After the dissolution of the USSR, Western nihilism and so-called “culture” introduced sexualisation of women and minors, alcoholism, heroin addiction, gambling, homosexuality, the youth “culture,“ hedonism, etc., in order to fill the gap caused by the Western-orchestrated destruction of the USSR. In this very context of poverty and dissolution, the West also introduced extremist religious and nationalist/fascist elements, e.g., antisemitism, Neo-Nazism, Wahhabi–Salafi ideology, evangelical and other “fundamentalist,“ syncretistic cults, etc. So one should not assume that atheistic secularism at the state level necessarily leads to a Western-style wasteland in terms of personal and collective morality, cohesion, high culture, science, technology, innovation, and so on. The Soviets and their Eastern-Bloc allies largely shunned Western decadence and degeneracy; this rot only set in after the West destroyed the USSR and the socialist bloc.

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