ArmInfo.One century after ArmenianGenocide. Armenians once again run away for their lives. Murad Ismael, President & co-founder of Sinjar Academy, Yazda co-founder and former Executive Director, wrote on his X-Page (Twitter).
"I can't do much for Armenians but I can tell them we love you & care about your plight. Be strong & never give up. The waves have crests and troughs and a day will come when this trough ends. Sometimes we see in wild animals documentaries the weakest ones among the herd get caught by predators to be killed and eaten. In human terms, that happens too, too often. The weaker ones get caught and eaten. Absolutely a correct analogy. Karabakh That is what happened to the Jews during the holocaust. What happened to Yemenis. To Syrians. To the Yazidis. To almost everyone who fell victim of mass atrocities. Silence at time of mass crimes is always the main theme. Someone told me when Kurds where getting killed in thousands with chemical attacks there was little discussion at Security Council but everyone tried to hide it and cover it up. This is happening today to the Armenians of Karabakh. Again the theme is silence & inaction. Again, humanity is deciding to side with inhumanity," he added
On September 19, Azerbaijan, under the pretext of an "anti-terrorist operation," undertook another act of aggression against Artsakh. As a result of enemy aggression, hundreds of Artsakh residents were injured, more than 200 deaths were reported, including civilians, and more than 10,000 were evacuated.
On September 20, Artsakh fell. Azerbaijan began the forcible subjugation of the NKR. On September 20, late in the evening it became known that Azerbaijan had deliberately shot at the car of the Russian peacekeeping contingent, killing 5 people, including the deputy commander of the RPC. Today, there were reports that one soldier was killed and another was wounded as a result of shooting at another RPCvehicle. On September 21, a meeting between representatives of Baku and Stepanakert was held in Yevlakh. Azerbaijan demanded the disarmament of the Artsakh Defense Army, the surrender of all military personnel and the abolition of all government bodies.
On September 22, the process of abolishing the Artsakh Defense Army began. There are reports that the enemy side exterminated the population of the villages captured on September 19-20.
As of 6 a.m., 2,906 forcibly displaced Artsakh residents had already arrived in Armenia. The night before it also became known that Artsakh was connected to the energy system of Azerbaijan. Protests demanding the resignation of the RA Prime Minister continue in Yerevan and regions.