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Since: Oct 09

Baku, Azerbaijan

#62 Oct 8, 2010
masis wrote:
<quoted text>You should be because you are one. Sub human are always after ruling the world not hard working ordinary people.
Subhumans can never rule the world, if someone ruled the world , that means they were somehow better than others.

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Since: Mar 10

Compton, CA

#63 Oct 8, 2010
Uzun Hasan wrote:
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Subhumans can never rule the world, if someone ruled the world , that means they were somehow better than others.
Somewhat true.
The only problem is, Turks outnumbered nearly everyone in their way. They surprisingly entered the Mideast/Balkan Europe region and the people in those particular regions had little time to react. Since the region consisted of a bunch of states, separating ethnic groups from one another, it was like the Domino Theory: When one falls, everybody around them falls as well.
DoubleDutch

Tilburg, Netherlands

#64 Nov 1, 2010
Avtosh wrote:
In 400 BC, Azerbaijan formed two kingdoms that were developed and independent. Caucasian Albania was the North Azerbaijani kingdom, while Atropatene was South Azerbaijani kingdom. It also should be noted that Atropatene is where the Azerbaijan name comes from. Atropatene-Adurbadagan-Azarbay jan-and finally Azerbaijan.
interesting
Vache

Baku, Azerbaijan

#65 Feb 26, 2011
26 tribe was living in the Caucasian Albania.Lezgins was not Albanians. Lezgins was little ethnic group which lived in the northern of the Caucasian Albania as today!Information about Lezgins is very little in ancient sources. IX is marked "Lazg country" in the Arabian source about century in the north from Samur river (south Dagertan) for the first time.Lezgins have not carry Albanian ethnic name.Lezgins are Albanian and are Azerbaijanians only as live in the Caucasian Albania, North Azerbaijan in ancient in the general meaning.However, modern-day Azerbaijanis are believed to be primarily the descendants of the Caucasian Albanian and Medians who lived in the areas of the Caucasus and northern Iran, respectively, prior to Turkification.
Zanzibar

Monterey Park, CA

#66 Mar 30, 2011
The civilized world KNOWS history... Check ROMAN MAPS
to see where Armenia was. She had 3 seas one of them was Western CASPIAN shores ... So called "Azerbaijan" is nothing but A PROVINCE OF IRAN...
Stalin and Ataturk "Created" this artificial state about i the dawn of Bolshevik revolution. A real problem for all neighbors. "The Modern Encyclopedia"
printed in 1936 says. "Azerbaijan is consisted of Russian provinces of Baku and Elizavetpole" Plus of stolen lands from Armenia and Iran.
ANK

UK

#67 Mar 30, 2011
Leave the history to historians and look at the reality. The reality of the two countries economic development. Azerbaijan is 100% self-sufficient and developing in every respect, whereas Armenia largely depends on foreign aid and having serious problems with declining population. Only last year (2010) alone 240 thsnd Armenians have left the country in search of better living conditions. Some of them have crossed into Turkey, and Azerbaijan in search of work and some even asked for political asylum. Be honest to yourselves and speak the truth in present terms.
Lucie

United States

#68 Apr 7, 2011
Atuurpatakan and Azerbaijan has only one common thing A letter.
Lucie

United States

#69 Apr 7, 2011
If you go back, Turkish land was Arminian and Byzantine land, it doesn't mean that turks are Armenians or Byzantines. Of course there is an Armenian and Byzantine heritage, but they are turks, something new, can you say that turks are Arminians or Byzantines? Of course not. Now, can you say that Azeris are Albanians? Of course not, because you don't have anything in common with those two kingdoms, except that you are living in their land, Azeris are more related with turks, the same language, religion and culture. Now except letter A what do you have common whit those kingdoms? Language-not, religion-not, culture-not. You are something new, just accept that, and it doesn't a bad thing I don't know why don't you like yourselves.
Garegin Nalbandian

United States

#70 Sep 16, 2012
I feel sorry for those individuals who are brainwashed by Pan-Turkism. Please refer to the writings of Juanshir, a non-Armenian historian, who clearly states that all sons of Torgom/Togarmah (Hayk-Armenians, Kartlos-Kartli not Georgians because Iberians and Georgians / Gurjistani were Turkic people, Lekan-Lezgins, Caucas-Abkhaz and related people, Egros-Ajar people, Bardos-Barda and Uti / Udi people, Movakan-Mughan and Talish people, and Heros spoke Ancient Armenian. Please read Juanshir Georgian Chronicles. Thank you for learning the truth.
Garegin Nalbandian

United States

#71 Sep 16, 2012
Now let's talk about Azerbaijan and Albania. The historic name of Albania was Alvank or Aluank, which was named after Aluawan or Anushavan, who was the son of Arran, and Arran was the son of Ara Geghetsik, the Armenian/Urartian king who was defeated by the Assyrian Queen Shamiram. Alu in Urartian means sweet or nice and Anoush in Armenian and Parthian means sweet or nice. Arran was the name of lands west of the Kura River and Aluank or Albania included both the entire territory of the present Republic of Azerbaijan, excluding the Nakhichevan. Azerbaijan was the name of the territory of Atropatene and Arran-Albania under the Arab rule. The Turkic people were brought to the region by the Greeks, first by the Alexander the Great and later by the Greek Byzantines to control their vassals and subjects. Then the Turks conquered Byzantium. In 1900s the Russian Empire sent the Caucasian Turks and Tatars into Albanian lands. Albanians at that time were Christians of Armenian Apostolic Church. Armenians were under the Ottoman Turkish and Persian and Russian rule; therefore, Armenians were unable to help the Albanians... A new territory was formed and named Azerbaijan Republic.
Garegin Nalbandian

United States

#72 Sep 17, 2012
Urnayr - please learn abou your name. Urnayr was the king of Arran-Albania who came to Armenia to get Baptized. Then he took Grigoris, the grandson of Grigory the Illuminator with him and made Grigoris the Bishop of Arran-Albania. The Mazkuts, who were a Hun tribe, killed Grigoris. My point is that Urnayr could get Baptized in Iberia/Georgia or in Constantinople, but he came to Armenia because the Arran-Albanians were an offshoot of Armenian people and of course their Alphabet, religion, and culture would resemble the Armenian Alphabet, religion, and culture. Armenians didn't steal anything from Arran-Albania, but the Azeri Turks and Tatars did. Azerbaijan is hosting websites that show Monasteries of Azerbaijan without thinking of the fact that Muslims have mosques - Christians have Churches and Monasteries. Think about it...

Arran-Albania was a kingdom that was created by the Sassanid Persian rulers, where King Vache and Prince Vachagan were both Christian; however, the Queen was Zoroastrian Persian, and the population was Christian, Zoroastrian, and nomads from north of the Caucasus Mountains.

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Since: Oct 09

Baku, Azerbaijan

#73 Oct 14, 2012
Garegin Nalbandian wrote:
Urnayr - please learn abou your name. Urnayr was the king of Arran-Albania who came to Armenia to get Baptized. Then he took Grigoris, the grandson of Grigory the Illuminator with him and made Grigoris the Bishop of Arran-Albania. The Mazkuts, who were a Hun tribe, killed Grigoris. My point is that Urnayr could get Baptized in Iberia/Georgia or in Constantinople, but he came to Armenia because the Arran-Albanians were an offshoot of Armenian people and of course their Alphabet, religion, and culture would resemble the Armenian Alphabet, religion, and culture. Armenians didn't steal anything from Arran-Albania, but the Azeri Turks and Tatars did. Azerbaijan is hosting websites that show Monasteries of Azerbaijan without thinking of the fact that Muslims have mosques - Christians have Churches and Monasteries. Think about it...
Arran-Albania was a kingdom that was created by the Sassanid Persian rulers, where King Vache and Prince Vachagan were both Christian; however, the Queen was Zoroastrian Persian, and the population was Christian, Zoroastrian, and nomads from north of the Caucasus Mountains.
Albania was a christian state, that is why there are quite a lot churches in our territory, nobody is telling that albanians were muslims..

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Since: Oct 09

Baku, Azerbaijan

#74 Oct 14, 2012
Garegin Nalbandian wrote:
Urnayr - please learn abou your name. Urnayr was the king of Arran-Albania who came to Armenia to get Baptized. Then he took Grigoris, the grandson of Grigory the Illuminator with him and made Grigoris the Bishop of Arran-Albania. The Mazkuts, who were a Hun tribe, killed Grigoris. My point is that Urnayr could get Baptized in Iberia/Georgia or in Constantinople, but he came to Armenia because the Arran-Albanians were an offshoot of Armenian people and of course their Alphabet, religion, and culture would resemble the Armenian Alphabet, religion, and culture. Armenians didn't steal anything from Arran-Albania, but the Azeri Turks and Tatars did. Azerbaijan is hosting websites that show Monasteries of Azerbaijan without thinking of the fact that Muslims have mosques - Christians have Churches and Monasteries. Think about it...
Arran-Albania was a kingdom that was created by the Sassanid Persian rulers, where King Vache and Prince Vachagan were both Christian; however, the Queen was Zoroastrian Persian, and the population was Christian, Zoroastrian, and nomads from north of the Caucasus Mountains.
biased info based only armen's sources
Garegin Nalbandian

Los Angeles, CA

#75 Oct 28, 2012
Uzun Hasan wrote:
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biased info based only armen's sources
Uzun Hasan, ANK, RCA Cola, Ilham Aliyev, Urnair, and others, please don't take my word for it and read the history, and not the history of the Pan-Turkist writers... Read the history written by non-Armenian historians, such as Juanshir, Strabo, Xenophon... No matter how hard you try, you can't change the facts and you can't change the history... Pan-Turkist ideology is based on BS and lies. Please wake up before you become the next Ramil Safarov, a coward, axe murderer, who killed an unarmed Armenian officer. If that's the measure of Azerbaijan-Turkish bravery, and if the only way you can feel good about yourselves is by creating lies, then I have nothing more to say to you because my time is more valuable. The Caucasian Turks and Tatars are as much "related" to Atropatene as the Seljuk Turks are "related" to Thracia. For my Armenian friends, please don't try to educate these people because Turks will always be Turks. Karrmir kov ira kashing chi pokhi...

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Since: Oct 09

Dubai, UAE

#76 Jan 23, 2013
Garegin Nalbandian wrote:
<quoted text> Uzun Hasan, ANK, RCA Cola, Ilham Aliyev, Urnair, and others, please don't take my word for it and read the history, and not the history of the Pan-Turkist writers... Read the history written by non-Armenian historians, such as Juanshir, Strabo, Xenophon... No matter how hard you try, you can't change the facts and you can't change the history... Pan-Turkist ideology is based on BS and lies. Please wake up before you become the next Ramil Safarov, a coward, axe murderer, who killed an unarmed Armenian officer. If that's the measure of Azerbaijan-Turkish bravery, and if the only way you can feel good about yourselves is by creating lies, then I have nothing more to say to you because my time is more valuable. The Caucasian Turks and Tatars are as much "related" to Atropatene as the Seljuk Turks are "related" to Thracia. For my Armenian friends, please don't try to educate these people because Turks will always be Turks. Karrmir kov ira kashing chi pokhi...
Mr or Mrs Nalbandian,

I know my history a bit better that you know your history , and what ever i read , iread them from unbiased sorces, by the way why did you write your last sentence in an unknown language?

Since: Dec 09

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#77 Jan 30, 2013
Uzun Hasan wrote:
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Mr or Mrs Nalbandian,
I know my history a bit better that you know your history , and what ever i read , iread them from unbiased sorces, by the way why did you write your last sentence in an unknown language?
Can u explain why Strabo, in his book "Geography", stated the northern border for Atropatene was the river Kur? He mentions Greater and Lesser Armenia in his book and he places Armenia, where Armenia is currently located. Can u explain that?
lambroni ardziv

Katy, TX

#79 Feb 6, 2013
Uzun Hasan wrote:
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Mr or Mrs Nalbandian,
I know my history a bit better that you know your history , and what ever i read , iread them from unbiased sorces, by the way why did you write your last sentence in an unknown language?
if you know so much you can search and find out what he wrote your English spelling is much to be desired sorces spelling is wrong cant you see that the computer underlines your errors senior hasan
Tabrizli

West Drayton, UK

#80 Feb 7, 2013
RC Cola wrote:
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No, no, no!
The two Azerbaijani kingdoms formed in 4,000,000 BC
lol, you people have no identity and would do anything to invent one!
The first Armenian- Gregorian was kicked out of Syria in 350 AC who was making trouble for the authorities in Syria. Armenian who came to Iravan were mainly during Ottoman-Russian and Persian- Russian wars. Please read the real history and find out for yourself. And the first Armenian who came to Qarabagh was about 160 years ago who came from Maragha- a city in South Azerbaijan. Armenians even erected a monument to celebrate the 150th aniverssary of his arrival to qarabagh in Soviet era, then soon after the independence of Azerbaijan and occupation of Qarabagh and 7 other provinces of azerbaijan they (Armenians) got rid of the wording on the monument and later they even destroyed the whole monument. They had realised that they had made a mistake to acknowledge the arrival of first Armenian to Qarabagh only 150 years ago. From now on the histroy of Azerbaijan will be written by Azerbaijanis themselves and not by the Armenians, Persians, Russians or anybody else. I hope sensible Armenians will not dig deeper wholes for themselves and will be sensible enough to make peace with Azerbaijanis and leave Qarabagh and surrounding regions to build up good relationship with Azerbaijan!

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#81 Feb 27, 2013
Tabrizli wrote:
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The first Armenian- Gregorian was kicked out of Syria in 350 AC who was making trouble for the authorities in Syria. Armenian who came to Iravan were mainly during Ottoman-Russian and Persian- Russian wars. Please read the real history and find out for yourself. And the first Armenian who came to Qarabagh was about 160 years ago who came from Maragha- a city in South Azerbaijan. Armenians even erected a monument to celebrate the 150th aniverssary of his arrival to qarabagh in Soviet era, then soon after the independence of Azerbaijan and occupation of Qarabagh and 7 other provinces of azerbaijan they (Armenians) got rid of the wording on the monument and later they even destroyed the whole monument. They had realised that they had made a mistake to acknowledge the arrival of first Armenian to Qarabagh only 150 years ago. From now on the histroy of Azerbaijan will be written by Azerbaijanis themselves and not by the Armenians, Persians, Russians or anybody else. I hope sensible Armenians will not dig deeper wholes for themselves and will be sensible enough to make peace with Azerbaijanis and leave Qarabagh and surrounding regions to build up good relationship with Azerbaijan!
good read a history book, not the fairytale azeri history books. All historians talk about Armenia but never mention azerbaijan. When they talk about Armenia, Armenia is located where it is now. The only mention of an azerbaijan is Atropatene, which is stated to have the River Kur as its northern border, which would place it in currently Northern Iran.
go educate yourself before making idiotic claims

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