Zangezur - Historical Azerbaijani Land

Zangezur - Historical Azerbaijani Land

“Ashurnews.com” (Iraq), “Alharir.info” (Algeria), “Ziyouz.uz” (Uzbekistan), “Anahaberyorum.com” (Turkey), crowd-pleasing news portals, “tvitter/Ashur news agency”, “facebook.com/tarihtv”, “youtube.com/tarihtv” social networks have posted Zangezur - Historical Azerbaijani Land” (AzSTC) - a documentary archival video footage with subtitles in various languages.

 The video, based on historical facts and documents, tells about the ancient history of Zangezur, the etymological roots of the word ‘Zangezur’, and the atrocities committed by the Armenians, who were deported to these places in 1828, against the local Azerbaijani population.

 

 

https://alharir.info/%D8%B2%D9%8E%D9%86%D8

http://www.ashurnews.com/زَنجازور-أرض-أذربيجان-التاريخية/

https://twitter.com/mohamme82802709/status/14679703540145274

https://ziyouz.uz/yangiliklar/zangezur-ozarbayjonning-tarixiy-eri/

http://anahaberyorum.com/info.aspx?ID=47035&fbclid=IwA

https://www.facebook.com/tarihtv/posts/4523765287677847

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WI3QWFtn3q4&ab_

 

 

 

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