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Posted 21 May 2008 - 04:12 PM

The ambassador of Azerbaijan in Iran say that 52% of the population of Iran are made by azerbaijanis. And Iran is constructed by azers. :confused:

http://www.centrasia...p?st=1211350200 (In russian)
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Posted 21 May 2008 - 04:14 PM

Sheer nonsense.
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Posted 21 May 2008 - 08:31 PM

[QUOTE=Afrasiab;9306]The ambassador of Azerbaijan in Iran say that 52% of the population of Iran are made by azerbaijanis. And Iran is constructed by azers. :confused:

http://www.centrasia...p?st=1211350200 (In russian)[/QUOTE]

no, lol, we are about 24% and out of that percentage about a third ( the younger ones) dont speak azeri anymore.

what is this obsession with azeris? :D
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Posted 22 May 2008 - 02:43 AM

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Posted 22 May 2008 - 09:36 AM

52% he either doesn't know math or he purposefully switched the numbers 2 & 5, Iran has only 25% Azeri ethnic population.

Azerbaijan Republic is Iran's biggest enemy and two years ago Iranian politicians went and sign a military alliance with such an enemy! Azerbaijan Rep has made redicilous claims to 5 of Iran's provinces. They should realise that first of all Azerbaijan was name of the territory which is in Iran, the so called Azerbaijan Republic was not known by that name until 1918! Their region was called Arran and Shervan throughout many years. Azerbaijan Republic & her disgraceful allies and supporters in Iran(traitors to Iran) should realise that daydreamers & aggressors & traitors might only survive in fairytales and not in the real world.
Long live Iran & Tajikistan! Long live Hayastan! Long live Talesh!
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Posted 23 May 2008 - 01:39 AM

Not everyone over there feels the same way as their Pan-Turkists government and intellectual elites. Let us not generalize to all people in Azerbaijan Republic, because many may disagree with their Government's policy.
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Azerbaijan Republic is Iran's biggest enemy [/QUOTE]
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Posted 23 May 2008 - 01:41 AM

Where does the 1/3 come from ? What percentage of Azeris live in Tehran ?
[QUOTE=Tehran;9317]out of that percentage about a third ( the younger ones) dont speak azeri anymore.[/QUOTE]
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Posted 23 May 2008 - 04:11 AM

[QUOTE=Nader Shah;9401]Not everyone over there feels the same way as their Pan-Turkists government and intellectual elites. Let us not generalize to all people in Azerbaijan Republic, because many may disagree with their Government's policy.[/QUOTE]

Absolutely correct. I have been to Azerbaijan a couple of times and have met many Azeri intellectuals in the republic and abroad who don't share the official opinion about their ethnic roots and don't see Iran as their archenemy.
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Posted 23 May 2008 - 06:35 PM

[QUOTE=Nader Shah;9401]Not everyone over there feels the same way as their Pan-Turkists government and intellectual elites. Let us not generalize to all people in Azerbaijan Republic, because many may disagree with their Government's policy.[/QUOTE]


Yes - I agree with you also.

Azerbaijan's current government are lackeys of Washington and the Baku Ceyhan pipeline sponsors - they are definitely not the representatives of the Azerbaijani people. They have an interest in destabilizing Iran - hence their bigoted remarks.
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Posted 23 May 2008 - 08:06 PM

[QUOTE=Ahhangar;9436]Yes - I agree with you also.

Azerbaijan's current government are lackeys of Washington .[/QUOTE]

yep, unfortunately
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Posted 24 May 2008 - 09:16 AM

[QUOTE=Nader Shah;9401]Not everyone over there feels the same way as their Pan-Turkists government and intellectual elites. Let us not generalize to all people in Azerbaijan Republic, because many may disagree with their Government's policy.[/QUOTE]

I meant their government. Among Iran's neighbours UAE and Azerbaijan Republic's government are biggest enemy to Iran. As for non-bordered neighbours who are enemies we all know who they are.
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Posted 24 May 2008 - 09:41 AM

I met many Azeris of Azerbaijan, but all of them were antiiranian. Only Azerbaijanian Talishs spoke with sympathy about Iran. Generally Caucasian azeris strongly differ from us. I do not know about Iranian Azeris, but by character and by spirit Uzbeks and even Russian are more close to us Tajiks, than azeris of Azerbaijan.
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Posted 25 May 2008 - 12:28 AM

This map shows the extent of the Turkic dream in Azerbaijan:
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I hope this stupid website will be hacked soon:
http://www.fikiryolu...ayjan-e-jonubi/
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Posted 25 May 2008 - 01:26 AM

History of pan-Turkism in Iran:
see http://en.wikipedia....27far_Pishevari
see http://en.wikipedia....%27s_Government

Contemporary pan-Turkism in Iran:
http://en.wikipedia....dali_Chehregani
http://en.wikipedia....kening_Movement
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Posted 25 May 2008 - 05:55 AM

They will soon wake up from wet dream and when they look around they will still be in iran, and not only that ... their so-called azerbaijan republic will be swallowed up by Iran (at least half of it) :)
[QUOTE=Darius;9481]This map shows the extent of the Turkic dream in Azerbaijan[/QUOTE]
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Posted 25 May 2008 - 07:01 AM

You know what the funny or sad thing is:
1)pan-Turkists claim that from Korea all the way to Hungary being turkic land
2)They claim that the name of Azerbaijan is Turkish!!!! :D
3)They claim that Babak Khorramdin & Nezami-Ganjavi were Turks
4)Not only they haven't appologised to Armenians, Assyrians, Taleshi and Kurdish
for the crimes Turks committed against these ethnic groups, they go and deny such events ever occured!!!
5)pan-Turks in Iran go on and claim that such Azeri-Iranian heros such as Nader Shah Afshar(who was from Khorasan), Mohammad Taghi Khan Pesyan(who was a kurd born-in Tabriz) and Sheikh Mohammad Khiyabani who founded the Autonomous State of Azadistan were pan-Turks and had pan-turkic tendencies. What will be next... maybe they will go and claim that Sattar Khan and Bagher Khan were also pan-turkists or Ferdowsi was a turk etc...

Important fact: Ottomans were always inferior to our mighty empires... they were no match...
all they had was Battle of Chaldiran where they used their canons and guns against an army who had swords or maybe they're proud of using their Tanks and heavy machinery against innocent and defenseless Kurds,Assyrian and Armenians. The world today says No to racism, these racists don't have a place in this world.

Ottomans lost many times against mighty Persia, how many times Teymour-i-Lang, Shah Abbas the Great, Shah Abbas II, Ashraf Ghilzai, Nader Shah the Great and Karim Khan Zand defeated their armies. Even their so called Ottomans were Persianised, in terms of language and names.
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Posted 25 May 2008 - 07:08 AM

they even claim that zardusth was a turk and that sumerians were turks
there is no limit to what they claim for pan-turks
the limit has to be set for them :D
and they can only dream about it :cool:
after all what do u expect from pan turkeys :confused:

[QUOTE=rooyintan;9492]You know what the funny or sad thing is:
1)pan-Turkists claim that from Korea all the way to Hungary being turkic land
2)They claim that the name of Azerbaijan is Turkish!!!! :D
3)They claim that Babak Khorramdin & Nezami-Ganjavi were Turks
4)Ottomans lost many times against mighty Persia, how many times Teymour-i-Lang, Shah Abbas the Great, Shah Abbas II, Ashraf Ghilzai, Nader Shah the Great and Karim Khan Zand defeated their armies. Even their so called Ottomans were Persianised, in terms of language and names.
5)Not only they haven't appologised to Armenians, Assyrians, Taleshi and Kurdish
for the crimes Turks committed against these ethnic groups, they go and deny such events ever occured!!!
6)pan-Turks in Iran go on and claim that such Azeri-Iranian heros such as Nader Shah Afshar(who was from Khorasan), Mohammad Taghi Khan Pesyan(who was a kurd born-in Tabriz) and Sheikh Mohammad Khiyabani who founded the Autonomous State of Azadistan were pan-Turks and had pan-turkic tendencies. What will be next... maybe they will go and claim that Sattar Khan and Bagher Khan were also pan-turkists or Ferdowsi was a turk etc...[/QUOTE]
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Posted 25 May 2008 - 07:09 AM

http://www.iranian.c...07/barbari-best
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Posted 25 May 2008 - 08:11 AM

[QUOTE=Nader Shah;9493]they even claim that zardusth was a turk and that sumerians were turks
there is no limit to what they claim for pan-turks
the limit has to be set for them :D
and they can only dream about it :cool:
after all what do u expect from pan turkeys :confused: [/QUOTE]

With due respect to our Azari brothers, Are the Azaris Turks? and why they call them Turks?
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Posted 25 May 2008 - 08:06 PM

Unfortunately in Iran most call themselves Turk and are called Turk by others. The term "Azari" is rarely used, or at least not as often, in popular culture. However, the Azaris living in Tehran are very well integrated, no matter what they are called. North of Tabriz there may be some people who are influenced by Pan - Turkists, based on a recent opinion poll, probably broascasts from Azarbaijan Republic.

It is a problem we have to deal with. I spoke to an Afghanistani friend in Canada a few days ago and he told me that to do business in Iran you have to know Turkish (Azeri) or else you will be shut out. He said "Turks" own all the business in Iran and they behave like Jews, always helping each other and shutting out others. I am not saying he is right - just quoting him.

I once asked an Iranian Azeri what he thought of separation - he said as long as there is oil we are staying, but of course he seemed to be joking.

Iran could also stir more trouble in Turkey among Kurds, and if tiny Armenia can annex part of Azarbayjan republic, then one might think Iran can do the same (especially annex the Talysh parts in the south). Unfortunately for Iran, Russia who was solidly behind Armenia and scared Turkey away from meddling will not do the same for Iran. And the US would love the opportunity to get Turkey involved and help them by bombing Iran. But in the future if Iran and US patch up relations, it may become possible to annex parts of Azarbayjan Republic and cut them down to size. They should be amputated so that little remains of them ... At the same time, Turkey should be amputated of its Kurdish areas as well .. but Iran is almost alone - Afghanistan is Pashtun controlled and weak, and Tajikistan is too remote and weak.

Having said this, I think the best Iran can do for the next 5-10 years is to focus on building the country, increasing its scientific know-how, improving its economic status in the world, and avoid conflicts and wars. But with many incompetent, pseudo-religious, and ideologically-driven people in power, this is not going to proceed very well or fast.

Maybe Oslonor-Rooyintan ;) theory is correct :confused:

[QUOTE=Rika Khana;9495]With due respect to our Azari brothers, Are the Azaris Turks? and why they call them Turks?[/QUOTE]
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