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4 thoughts on “US Ambassador Denied Access To Destroyed Cemetery In Azerbaijan

  1. Man! These people who destroy Azerbaijan's sacred burial grounds keep acting as if they never existed and always lie about desecration! They're so shameless in dishonoring the dead or forgetting their dead ancestors! :(

  2. Man! These people who destroy Azerbaijan’s sacred burial grounds keep acting as if they never existed and always lie about desecration! They’re so shameless in dishonoring the dead or forgetting their dead ancestors! :(

  3. Wanted to know Mr. Simon Maqhakyan's view on destroyed Azerbaijani cultural heritage in occupied regions of Azerbaijan. If he does not know anything about those, I would suggest him to travel to those destroyed regions and see it with his own eyes. I am writing a diploma work on this topic, even as a refugee from Armenia, I tend to be more neutral than this "intellectual". Shame!

  4. Wanted to know Mr. Simon Maqhakyan’s view on destroyed Azerbaijani cultural heritage in occupied regions of Azerbaijan. If he does not know anything about those, I would suggest him to travel to those destroyed regions and see it with his own eyes. I am writing a diploma work on this topic, even as a refugee from Armenia, I tend to be more neutral than this “intellectual”. Shame!