Türk Amerikan Dernekleri Birliği ATAA’dan 23. Yılında Ermenilerin Hocalı Katliamı Açıklaması


Türk Amerikan Dernekleri Birliği ATAA’dan
23. Yılında Ermenilerin Hocalı Katliamı Açıklaması


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Türk Amerikan Dernekleri Birliği ATAA, Ermenilerin Azerbaycan Hocalı’da gerçekleştirdiği Hocalı Soykırımı hakkında aşağıdaki açıklamayı yaptı…

25-26 Şubat 1992, Yukarı Karabağ

Bizim de yüreğimiz yanıyor Ermeni çetelerce vahşice öldürülen 613 masum Azeri kardeşimiz için.. 106’sı kadın, 83’ü çocuktu onların…

Ermenileri ve Batılı emperyalist müttefillerini tarihleriyle yüzleşmeye çağırıyoruz.

İnsanlıktan özür dilemelerini, kurbanların Azerbaycan’daki ailelerine tazminat ödemelerini ve Dağlık Karanağ’daki askeri işgallerini sonlandırarak Azeri topraklarından çekilmelerini  istiyoruz. İşgal edilen bölge Azerbaycan topraklarının 1/5’i dolayında önemli bir alandır.

Geçen yıl bu konuda sitemizde yazdığımız yazının da okunmasını dileriz..

Ermenilerin Hocalı katliamının 22. yıldönümü

http://ahmetsaltik.net/2014/02/21/ermenilerin-hocali-katliaminin-22-yildonumu/

Sevgi ve saygı ile,
27.02.2015 

Dr. Ahmet Saltık
www.ahmetsaltik.net

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Community Information Service
February 26, 2015 / No:706

ATAA Mourns the Victims of the
Khojaly Massacres

The Assembly of Turkish American Associations (ATAA) mourns the victims of the Khojaly massacres in Western Azerbaijan. As Human Rights Watch documented, between February 25 and 26, 1992, the Armenian Armed Forces and Russian 366th Motor Rifle Regiment massacred 613 Azerbaijani civilians, 106 of them women and 83 of them children. Armenian forces took hostage another 1275, torturing 56 to death; another 150 remain missing to date. Over 480 civilians were disabled through mutilation, 76 of them teenage boys and girls. Young girls were raped and sexually mutilated. Twenty-five children lost both their parents, while 130 children were left motherless or fatherless.

According to Human Rights Watch, the massacres occurred while Azeri villagers were fleeing as their town fell to invading Armenian forces. The Armenian invasion of western Azerbaijan continues to date, and has caused the displacement of 1.5 million Azeris.

Human Rights Watch stated, “We place direct responsibility for the civilian deaths with Armenian forces. Indeed, neither our report nor that of Memorial includes any evidence to support the Armenian argument that Azerbaijani forces obstructed the flight of, or fired on Azeri civilians

Markar Melkonian, the brother of Armenian American terrorist and Armenian forces leader, Monte Melkonian, boasted, “Khojaly had been a strategic goal, but it had also been an act of revenge.”

Serge Sarkisian, long-time Defense Minister and Chairman of Security Council of Armenia, proudly declared, “Before Khojaly, the Azerbaijanis thought that the Armenians were people who would not raise their hand against the civilian population. We were able to break that [stereotype]!”

The ATAA condemns the heinous acts of the Armenian Republic, in the Khojaly massacres, as well as subsequent similar massacres that occurred in Shusa and Lachin in May 1992, Kelbajar in April 1993, Agdere in June 1993, Agdam in July 1993, in Fizulu and Djebrail in August 1993, Kubatly in September 1993, and Zangelan and Goradiz in October 1993.

The ATAA calls upon the United States and international community to hold Armenian leaders accountable for these crimes, as well as for the refugee crisis that continues to date as Armenian forces occupy western Azerbaijan.

ATAA, representing over 60 local chapters and 500,000 Turkish Americans throughout the United States, serves locally and in Washington DC to empower the Turkish American community through civic engagement, and to support strong US-Turkish relations through education and advocacy.  Established in 1979, ATAA is the largest, democratically elected Turkish American membership organization in the United States.  As a non-faith based organization, ATAA is open to people of diverse backgrounds.  The ATAA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed under the laws of the District of Columbia. To learn more about ATAA, please visit www.ataa.org.

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All rights reserved.

This article may be reprinted without the permission of ATAA and free of charge under the conditions that the entirety of the article is printed without alteration to text, art or graphics,  the title of the reprinted or republished version attributes the article to ATAA, and the ATAA website link http://www.ataa.org is included in the reprinted or republished version.

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