Американский Научный Журнал ETHNOGENESIS OF MINOR PEOPLES OR THE SEARCH FOR ETERNAL HİSTORY (source study of problem) (4-10)

Генезис наций имеет свойство расти и расширяться. Отделенные от собственного этноса небольшие группы обречены на изоляцию, уязвимость и отсталость от интеграции и развития. Характер «истории» подобен человеку, и когда он выходит за пределы своего естественного развития, он чувствует себя человеком с «комплексом неполноценностьи». Чтобы определить этногенез народов, можно реконструировать общую картину исторического генезиса, обобщив традиционные исторические знания, информацию, предоставленную современными археологическими раскопками, материалы, предоставленные лингвистикой, этногенетикой, теорией протоязыков и современными научными знаниями. Общие очертания великого генезиса и ландшафта этноса известны в исторической реконструкции последних 6-7 тысяч лет. Используя эту модель, невозможно воплощать идеи об этногенезе изолированных народов. С этой точки зрения попытки синонимизировать такие понятия, как «армянин», «Армения», «армяни», «хайк», «Урарту» и так далее, не более чем манипуляции изолированными малочисленными народами в «исторической тьме». Известный российский исследователь Александр Аннинский в своей книге 1899 года «Древние армянские историки как исторические источники», изданной в Одессе, анализирует несколько средневековых армянских книг, разоблачает их систематическую фальсификацию и нецелесообразным использовать их в качестве исторических источников. Можно подумать, что это положило конец обману армянских историков. Однако этого не произошло, а фальсификации и ссылки на разоблаченные источники продолжаются и продолжаются по сей день. Некоторые политики используют имена людей во «тьме истории» в своих целях и пытаются «узаконить» фальсификацию истории. С этой точки зрения важно научно проанализировать и оценить взгляды и мнения экспертов, включенных в научно-политический цикл. Скачать в формате PDF
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ИСТОРИЧЕСКИЕ НАУКИ

ETHNOGENES IS OF MINOR PEOPLES OR THE SEARCH FOR ETERNAL HİSTORY
(source study of problem)

Bayramzadeh Samad Zulfalı Oglu
Institute of Oriental Studies named after Academician Z.M. Bunyadov
Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
Head of Department of South Azerbaijan
Associate Professor, Doctor of Philosophy,
OR CID:Samad Bayramzadeh 16 [0000 -0001 -6933 -7021]
Kazımı Parvız Fırudin Oglu
Baku State University
Associate Professor, Doctor of Philosophy,
OR CID: - Parviz Kazimi 4[0000 -0001 -5577 -4773]

ЭТНОГЕНЕЗ МАЛЫХ НАРОДОВ ИЛИ ПОИСКИ ВЕЧНОЙ ИСТОРИИ
(проблемы источниковедения )

Аннотация . Генезис наций имеет свойство расти и расширяться. Отделенные от собственного этноса
небольшие группы обречены на изоляцию, уязвимость и отсталость от интеграции и развития. Хара ктер
«истории» подобен человеку, и когда он выходит за пределы своего естественного развития, он чувствует
себя человеком с «комплексом неполноценностьи».
Чтобы определить этногенез народов, можно реконструировать общую картину исторического
генезиса, обо бщив традиционные исторические знания, информацию, предоставленную современными
археологическ ими раскопками, материалы, предоставленные лингвистикой, этногенетикой, теорией
протоязыков и современными научными знаниями. Общие очертания великого генезиса и л андшафта
этноса известны в исторической реконструкции последних 6 -7 тысяч лет. Используя эту модель,
невозможно воплощать идеи об этногенезе изолированных народов. С этой точки зрения попытки
синонимизировать такие понятия, как «армянин», «Армения», «армян и», «хай к», «Урарту» и так далее, не
более чем манипуляции изолированными малочисленными наро дами в «исторической тьме». 1
Известный российский исследователь Александр Аннинский в своей книге 1899 года «Древние
армянские историки как исторические источники» , изданной в Одессе, анализирует несколько
сре дневековых армянских книг, разоблачает их систематическую фальсификацию и нецелесообразным
использовать их в качестве исторических источников. Можно подумать, что э то положило конец обману
армянских историков. Однако этого не произошло, а фальсификации и с сылки на разоблаченные
источники продолжаются и продолжаются по сей день.
Некоторые политики используют имена людей во «тьме истории» в своих целях и пытаются
«узак онить» фальсификацию истории. С этой точки зре ния важно научно проанализировать и оценить
взгляды и мнения экспертов, включенных в научно -политический цикл.
Клучевые сл ова: Этногенез малых народов, поиски вечной истории, история армении, хаястан.
Key words: Ethnogenes is of Minor Peoples, Search for Eternal Hıstory, history of Armenia, Hayastan .

The genesis of nations tends to grow and ex pand.
Separated from an ethnic group, minor groups are
doomed to isolation, vulnerability and backwardness
from integration and development. The character of
"history" is similar to a human being, and when it goes
beyond its natural development, it feels l ike a person as
a "non -value complex".
To determine the ethnogenesis of peoples, one can
reconstruct the general view of historical genesis by
summarizing traditional historical knowledge,
information provided b y modern archaeological
excavations, material s provided by linguistics,
ethnogenetics, the theory of proto -languages and
1 Kamran İmanov. Q ədim m ətnl ər və klassik m ənb ələr erm əniçilik saxtakarl ıqlarını v ə uydurmalarını ifşa edir v ə
ya “Armeniya” ərazisinin h əqiqi sakinl əri haqqında, Bakı, 2019 2 Kamran İmanov. Qedim metnler va klassik menbeler erm ənichilik sakhtakarliqlarini va uydurmalariniı ifsha edir
va ya “Armeniya” erazisinin heqiqi sakinleri haqqinda (Ancient texts and the classical sources expose Armenian
forgery and fabrications or about the actual inhabitants of the territory of "Armenia") , Bakı, 2019 .
modern scientific knowledge. The general outlines of
the great genesis and the landscape of ethnos are known
in the historical recons truction of the last 6 -7 thousand
years. Usin g this model, it is impossible to recreate the
ethnogenesis of isolated peoples. From this point of
view, attempts to synonymize such concepts as
“Armenian”, “Armenia”, “Armeni”, “haik”, “Urartu”
and so on are n othing more than manipulation of
isolated sma ll peoples in the “historical darkness”. 2
Alexander Anninsky , the famous Russian
researcher, in his 1899 book “Ancient Armenian
Historians as Historical Sources”, published in Odessa,
analyzes several medieval Armenian books, exposes

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their systematic falsi fication and considers it wrong to
use them as historical sources. One might think that it
put an end to the deception of Armenian historians.
However, this did not happen, and falsifications and
references to exposed sources continue d and it will
continue to this day.
Some politicians use the names of people in the
“darkness of history ” for their own purposes and try to
"legitimize" the falsification of history. From this point
of view, it is important to scientifically analyze and
evaluate the views and o pinions of experts included in
the science -policy cycle.
The territory of the "Azikh" cave, which covers
the territory of Azerbaija n and is the first human
settlement in the world, whose belonging was proved
two million years ago, has been under Armenian
occupation since 1993, located in the north -west of the
city of Fizuli of the Azerbaijan Republic, at a distance
of 14 km, at the le ft bank of the river "Guruchay", at an
altitude of 900 meters above sea level and has an area
of 800 sq.m. km. Now archaeol ogists of the Armenian
Academy of Sciences, with the involvement of the
relevant scientific circles of Spain and Great Britain,
are "conducting research" in this cave, which they call
"Azokh", and are trying to "prove" that "the most
ancient Armenian" lived in this cave. Thus, politicizing
the results of these excavations, the Armenians are
trying to justify their territorial claims t o Nagorno -
Karabakh. 3
Historical research falls within the purview of
political parties, and not historians and experts only in
countries with reactionary and dictatorial regimes. For
example, Ara Nranyan, born in 1973, a graduate of the
Armenian State Eco nomic University, a member of the
Dashnaktsutyun party, a member of the Board of the
Eurasian Economic Commission, as well as the
Armenian Parliament since January 2, 2015, published
an article on his website "Arovat": "A new
configuration is needed. On th e way to Constantinople
...", without any historical facts and scientific grounds,
unreasonably and illogically declaring that Karabakh,
like all Azerbaijani lands, is their historical homeland:
"The Karabakh issue is a great part of the right of the
Armen ian people to live in their historical homeland." 4
Trying to defend his "thesis" with the help of
demagoguery, he writes that the Turkish ethnic groups
(Azerbaijanis) who have come to the area from time to
time over the years have taken the next step towa rds
implementing their programs in all relevant
international conditions and are opposed against this
right. Then Ara Nranyan, as usual , tries to accuse the
Turks of the “poverty” of the Armenians, accuse them
of genocide and writes: “Everything they did i n the
region was the massacre and looting at the end of the
19th century, the Armenian genocide in the Ottoman
Empire in 1915, Occupation of Western Armenia and
parts of Eastern Armenia by Turkey, the appearance of
3
http://www.armenianvandalism.az/ru_khojavand.html 4 https://w ww.aravot -ru.am/2020/08/04/333421/ 5 See there 6 See there
Azerbaijan on the map a hundred years ago , the
transfer of Nakhchivan and Karabakh to Azerbaijan in
1921 (Recalling international law , for some reason
Azerbaijan is silent about the illegal annexation and
occupation of these foreign territories – Ara Nranyan ),
ethnic cleansing and demographic cha ng es in these
autonomies were directed to cleanse the Armenian
Highlands of Armenians. 5 As a result, pointing out his
main goals, A. Nranyan noted that the solution of the
Armenian issue and the restoration of their rights to
their homeland was and will b e t he main ideology
and task of the Armenian people throughout the
world .
"Only the restoration of the rights and territorial
integrity of Armenia can ensure long -term peace,
development and security of the Armenian people," the
author of the article writ es. 6
This means that Armenia considers the occupied
territories its "lawful lands" and does not plan to return
them. One thousand five hundred years have passed
since the last "great march" of the peoples. However,
some Armenian political strategists stil l dr eam of a new
division of the world.
After that, the author “emphasizes” the
impossibility of a peaceful solution to this issue and
ultimately writes: “Today, with all its problems and
shortcomings, the Armenian state, the Armenian people
in Armenia and the Diaspora from the point of view of
moral, psychological and military organization (and not
only this ) is ready to implement a new large -scale
project to restore historical justice. Under the
leadership of a determined, ambitious and capable
national poli tical elite, the country and nation can face
new challenges ”. 7
Ruben Gali chi an, another Armenian author in his
book "The Clash of History in the South Caucasus,
Redrawing of the Map s of Azerbaijan, Armenia and
Iran" (published in London in 2012 ), sets out
demagogic theses about the territories of today's
Azerbaijan and tries to prove that the creation of a new
country called Azerbaijan in the north of the Araz River
was a policy consistent with Soviet ideology, and in
line with this policy, they falsified history and made
claims to Azerbaijan in Iran. Thus, rewriting the history
of Northern Azerbaijan, the foundations of the
Azerbaijani national identity were developed and put
forward. Thus, R. Galikyan comes to the conclusion
that the history of Azerbaijan , the maps of these
territories are false and fabricated, trying to substantiate
that these territories are the lands of Armenia. 8
Today, the Iranian authorities provide the most
appropriate and necessary support in the ideolog ical
struggle of Armenia agai nst Azerbaijan. So, the cultural
relations between Iran and Armenia, the similarity of
language and the common identity of Persians and
Armenians were discussed on October 2, 2018, in a
speech by the head of the Society for Cul tural, Social
7 https://www.aravot -ru.am/2020/08/04/333421/ 8 Rouben Gal ichian. Clash of histories in the South
Caucasus. Redrawing t he Maps of Azerbaijan, Armenia
and Iran, London: Bennett and Bloom, 2012

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and Sports Issu es of the Isfahan Municipality,
Mohammad Eidi, during a "meeting" with students of
Yerevan University. The conversation was devoted to
"propaganda of the issue" . In his speech, the Iranian
official stressed that "Armenia is a gateway for Iranians
who can g et acquainted with Western culture, and there
has never been a sense of alienation between Iranians
and Armenians." ( İran v ə Armenistan do hoviyyat -e
moshtarak dar do jografiya hastand - Iran and
Armenia, which have two different geographies, have
two common identities). 9
This position of Eidi before the students of the
University of Iravan, expressed by his country in
relation to Armenia, was confirmed at a hig her level by
the activities of the Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary of the Islamic Republic of Iran in
Yerevan. So, after Armenia's attack on Azerbaijan from
the Tovuz region on July 12, 2020, the Irani an
ambassador met in early August with the Minister of
Defense, Minister of Industry and High Technologies
of the Republic of Armenia and said that the “Ties force
Iran to strengthen relations with Armenia”. Although
these people have nothing to do with pr ofessional
history, they claim that their conversations are based on
historical facts. 10
Fariborz Makhiryan's 180 -page book "Armenia"
(published in Tehran in 2008 ) also confirms the
position of the Iranian official M. Eidi on the Iran -
Armenia relations. Th e book emphasizes that Armenia
is a small country adjacent to Iran, sharing a common
border with it, and despite religious differences, the two
countries have many historical and cultural similarities.
In addition, Armenia is a bridge between Iran, the
Cau casus and Eastern Europe and therefore is of great
importance to Iran.
As you can see, the regime of the "mullah"
(clergy) of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which
considers Azerbaijanis as a force capable of dividing
the country, as it was during the Pahlav i dynasty, is not
aimed at Muslim Azerbai janis, who make up about
41.42% of the country's population, but he relies on the
Christian Armenians , who make up the 0.85% of the
Islamic State (along with the Assyrian people )11 and
have the same ancestry as the P ersians, sees them as a
"door of hope" a nd at the same time gives them full
support. According to Vidadi Mustafa Kemal, "the
supporters of the Persian nationalism ruling in Iran ( in
fact, Persian chauvinists ) will agree to the collapse of
their country, th ey will not agree to the recognition and
guarantee of the national rights of southern
Azerbaijanis". 12 Thus, the propaganda machine of
Armenians in Iran against Azerbaijan and Azerbaijanis
can easily carry out anti -Azerbaijani campaigns, using
the freedom o f the press created for them and the
legitimacy of the "Armenian Caliphate" and the
Church.
9 https://www.imna.ir/news/354972/ 10(http://gadtb.com/tovuz -t%c9%99xribatindan -sonra -
iranin -erm%c9%99nistana -
h%c9%99rt%c9%99f%c9%99li -yardimi -davam -edir/ )
It should be noted that the tendency to sacrifice
"true history" to political scientists is observed not only
in this geography. PR ( pi ar ) c ampaigns targeted at th e
domestic audience of political scient ists are more like a
"toast" at a party than a disclosure of the historical truth.
Their unfounded and illogical views should not remain
unanswered when they go beyond the domestic
audience and enter the international scientific
community.
The history of “ Great Armenia”, which the
Armenians dreamed of, is “justified” and promoted by
falsifying or even emphasizing the history of other
countries in the region, especially Azerbaijan in the
articles published in Persian me dia in Iran, scientific
and scientific -publicistic books. In fact, the Armenians
form anti -Azerbaijani sentiments, using their official
positions and direct support of the Persian chauvinists
in power in Iran, and carry out a national policy that,
"Azerbai jani Turks came here later, that the Ar menians
living here even before history and they (Azerbaijanis)
occupied their homeland and expelled them." They are
trying to create and shape the image of the enemy on
the example of Azerbaijanis.
A large volume tit led “Tari kh -e tam addon -e
Armenia -e bastan” (History of the Culture of Ancient
Armenia ) was published on March 16, 2020 on the
website “Tari kh -e ma” ( Our History ), which publishes
and promotes the results of scientific research. The
book ( the name of a spec ific author is not indica ted ) is
an attempt to substantiate the idea of "Great Armenia",
an article under the heading "Gar -e Arni" (Arni's cave)
indicates that Armenia is a very ancient settlement in
this region. According to the legend of Noah, the name
"Mount Ararat" says that Noah's ark was in the
mountains of Ararat when the flood waters receded and
the survivors of Noah's ark went to other countries.
Thus, it is emphasized that the history of the
Armenians is not only ancient, but also that many
peop les descended from them . In the 21st century, "it
should be a shame" that such people, especially those
who call themselves scientists, are still trying to tell
meaningless "old tales", create a story based on
mythology and pass them on to future generatio ns.
The heading "Armenia under the rule of the
Russian Empire" refers to the Treaties of Gul ustan and
Turkmenchay signed between Iran and Russia in 1813
and 1828, respectively, and mentions Armenia, not
Yerevan , in the list of divided lands. The headline
reads: “On October 12, 181 3, in the village of Gulistan
of the Karabakh velayat, a peace treaty was signed,
according to which Eastern Georgia, Ganja, Karabakh,
Sheki, Shirvan, Baku, Guba, Talish, Derbent and parts
of "Armenia" under the rule of Gajar, incl uding the
provinces of Sh irak and Lori, the sultanates of Gazakh,
Shamshaddil and the province of Siunik were
transferred to Tsarist Russia. In 1827, the Russian war
resumed, and the territories of "Armenia", which were
11 Sh. Tagiyeva. E.Rahimli. S.Bayramzade.G üney
Azerbaijan ( South Azerbaijan ), “Orkhan”, Bakuı,
2000, p.63 12 “Butov Azerbaijan” newspaper, No 04/377, 27
february 2020

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under the control of the Gajars, wer e occupied by the
Russian s one after another. A peace treaty was signed
in the village of Turkmenchay, according to which
Eastern Armenia was annexed to Russia on February
10, 1828. Soon after the conclusion of the
Turkmenchay Treaty in 1828, the war betwe en Russia
and the Ottoman s began, and Russia occupied most of
Western Armenia , and went beyond Erzurum in 1829.
The article presents Armenia as an independent
state in the historical period, which began with the
occupation of the Arab Caliphate, and shows that
Armenia was one of t he richest subjects of the
Caliphate.
"The military power of Armenia throughout
history", "Events in Armenia in the Middle Ages",
"Armenia at the end of the fourteenth and early
fifteenth centuries", "Armenian dynasty of the Luzins ",
"Armenian dynasty (Kha tumi)", "Armenian Cilicia",
"Mongol invasion of Armenia”, “Armenian dynasty of
Zakarids”, “Armenia in the Seljuk period”, “Bagration
in the history of Armenia”, “Arab invasion of
Armenia”, “Armenians and Sassanid kings”,
“Mamikons in the history of Armenia ”, “Dynasty
Ashkanids in Armenia", "Artashes dynasty in the
history of Armenia", "Armenians during the reign of
the Seleucid dynasty", "Achaemenid Armenia", "The
Irvandi (Yervandi) dynasty in the history of Armenia",
"Armenia in th e (Median) period", "Earl y Armenia or
Urartu”, “History of the Armenian name”,
“Commentary on the works of Moses Kh orni ” and
similar historical headings, where Armenia is presented
as a country with “ancient, independent, full of military
strength and hero ism” historical chronicle . 13
An article by the Armenian author Sh. Hospian in
Persian has been written about Iravan under the title
"Negahi mo khtasar be tari kh-e Irevan" (A Brief Review
of the History of Iravan). This article by the author is
far from scie ntific, logical and comparative methods.
Thus, the etymology of geographical names on the
territory of modern Yerevan is ridiculously justified.
Allegedly, the names of g eographical places shown
on the map of modern Armenia were changed in the
past, in med ieval sources. In this article, the author
notes that the Hrazdan River, which originates from
Lake Sevan (Goycha) and passes through the city of
Yerevan, is called Ildar an in Urartian sources, Zangi in
Persian sources, another river flowing through the ci ty
of Yerevan - river "Gedik", in Persian sources " Girkh
bulag " (Forty springs ). That is, in medieval sources the
names of these historical places in Yerevan were
“delibe rately falsified” by medieval authors (what a
strong logic, isn't it ?!). The author r efers to the events
in Yerevan, quotes Byzantine sources (in fact, without
any quotations) and notes that Armenians were the
rulers of this city at that time. Referring t o Byzantine
sources, without referring to other sources, the author
writes that during the wars between the rulers of
Shaddadi and the Byzantine troops, the ruler of
Yerevan Leon Tornik fought against Byzantium, and
13
https://tarikhema.org/Sub jects/ancient/other/armenia/ 14 https://www.paymanonline.com/
Byzantine sources call the Iravan fortre ss "Khalidun"
(Today there is a memorial complex to the victims of
the so -called Armen ian genocide). In this large -scale
article presented by an Armenian author, the history of
Yerevan was falsified and approached from the
position and interests of today's nationalist,
chauvinistic Armenians. 14
The article “Muze -e tarikh -e Irevan” ( Museum of
the History of Yerevan ), published on the Iranian
analytical news website “55”, is purely propaganda and
has no scientific basis. It notes that "Armenia and its
capital Yerevan , which today have a very small
territory, have a very ancient history." King o f Urartu
Argishti I built a fortress called "Erubuni" or ("Arian
bird") in the southeast of Yerevan and declared it the
most important government and military center of the
country, Urartu in 782 BC. In the first 300 years of the
first millennium, they cre ated one of the most powerful
states in the East. Monuments of Urartu, common in
Iran, Armenia, Turkey, Iraq and Azerbaijan
(Nakhchivan), are presented as historical mon uments
reflecting the ancient history of Armenia and covering
the historical period fro m the Stone Age to the present
day. Thus, it is promoted that Yerevan is the center of
the ancient Armenian state, and that Armenians have
lived in this territory since ancient times. 15
Armenia is presented and promoted as a tolerant
country, and Armenians as a tolerant people in these
articles and books. For example, Dr. Murtuza Ashrafi,
an expert on Russia, Central Asia and the Caucasus,
visited the website of the offic ial news agency “Hozeh”
(Bassein) and wrote a book on the life, work, religious
beliefs, history of religion and religious monuments of
Muslims in Armenia. "Mos almanan -e Arm enistan
yadeqari az douran -e tarikhi -ye Iran" ("Armenian
Muslims - a relic of the a ncient history of Iran")
unambiguously defends the position of Armenia. Thus,
referring to the history of religion and religiosity, the
author deliberately distorts the current situation in the
Caucasus region, the historical and political reasons for
the Azerbaijani -Armenian, Nagorno -Karabakh conflict
from a position that does not suit a res earcher, a
scientist. “Armenia is one of the Asian countries in the
Caucasus, and this is a country where Muslims have
historically lived in peace with other religions, ” he
wrote. However, as a result of the well -known events
that began in 1988 (the Azerba ijani -Armenian
Nagorno -Karabakh conflict), more than a million
Muslim Azerbaijanis living in the Republic of Armenia
were expelled from their native lands. Thus, accord ing
to the latest statistics, "today 2.4% of the 2.5 million
population of Armenia are M uslims, 72.9% are
Christians Gregorians, 4% are Catholics, and 20.7% are
representatives of other religions." that the Muslims
currently living in this country ( there a re almost no
Azerbaijanis among them ) settled mainly in the city of
Yerevan, where the K urds and representatives of the
Azeri tribe live. 16
15 https://www.55online.news/ 16 https://www.hawzahn ews.com/news/417147/

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In 2014, an article titled "Tanha yade qar-e
memari -ye Iran d ar Armenia - Masjid -i-Kabud" ( the
only monument of Irani an architecture in Armenia is
the "Blue Mosque" of Yerevan ) on the website of the
interna tional news agency "Iqna" in Yerevan point ed
out that tolerance is an integral part of state policy in
Armenia, it is noted that Yerevan is an ancient
Armenian settlem ent and its cultural monuments were
created by Armenians. 17
As Maryam Jalilvand noted in a n article in the
morning newspaper “Shahrvand” titled “Yerevan baft -
e tarikhi nadarad” (Yerevan has no historical content),
after Armenia gained independence, Armenia ns began
to re creat e and rewrite history. To this end, they
installed statues, tombstones and statues of national
heroes in the north, south, east, west and center of
Yerevan, trying to create and preserve their culture
using modern architectural styles. 18
Armenian Gregorian Church and
“Dashnaktsutyun ” is o ne of the main centers guiding
the Arme nians in creating a false Armenian history (in
fact, "Great Armenia") for the Armenians and, thus,
usurping and appropriating their lands, subjecting other
peoples a nd nations (especially Azerbaijanis ) to
genocide.
In the period from 95 BC to the present d ay (about
2500 years), when there was no Armenian state, the
Armenian Gregorian Church assumed the function of
statehood among Armenians and even the function of
uniting Armenians scattered around the world. At that
time, the Armenian Church made decisions on
citizenship, issued certificates of property o f people,
contracted marriages with young people, recommended
them the areas in which they would live, protected
them, mobilized them when necessary, severely
punished those who went out of control and even
carried out notarial functions. That is, the func tions that
the state could perform were performed by churches
and their local branches. From this point of view, the
Armenian Church played a great role both in the
formation of the Armenian nation and in f ostering a
sense of nationalism in it. Today the d ecision of the
Armenian Gregorian Church is stronger than the
decision of the Armenian state. This factor has proven
itself, especially for Armenians around the world. For
this reason, the Armenian Gregoria n Church played an
important role in the formation of a number of
Armenian terrorist organizations. Thus, at some
important moments, the Armenian Gregorian Church
encourages and intimidates others in various ways, on
the one hand, and on the other hand, se rving the goals
and objectives of the Dashnaktsuty un party. 19
Researchers such as Manija Turabzade, Akram
Huseynpur, Fariba Shahidifar and Fahima Vaziri, who
17 https://iqna.ir/fa/news/1400312/ 18 http://shahrvand -
newspaper.ir/News:NoMobile/Main/126259 19
http://www.anl.az/down/meqale/ses/2011/yanvar/1516
62.htm 20 Manija Turabzade , Akram Huseynpour , Fariba
Shahidifar və Fahima Va ziri “Mahiyyat -e tahavvolat
explained the activities of the Dashnaktsutyun party
from its inception to the present day on the creation of
“Great Armenia”, published a book ent itled “Mahiyy at-
e t ahavvolat d ar Asiya -ye M arkazi v ə Qafqaz ” ( The
essence of changes in Central Asia and the Caucasus ).
The Dashnak party, in each case relying on its “Great
Armenia”, solved the problem of l ack of national
territory in a cruel and criminal way: 211 Azerbaijani
villages in the Yerevan region were turned into ruins,
and hundreds of thousands of people were “destroyed”
and about 300,000 Yerevan Azerbaijanis were
killed." 20
By the way, it should be noted that the Armenian
Gregorian Church, the first Christian church
established by the sons of Apak, changed its essence in
the historical process and became the focal point of the
Armenian "clan" government. A separate study is
needed on this topic.
Samad Sardarinia , famous South Azerbaijani
histor ian also touched upon the plans of the Armenian
Dashnaktsutyun party and the Armenian Church to
create a “Great Armenia” in his book “Yerevan - a
province of Muslims” (Tabriz, 1380/2001, 248). c.)
shows that Chukursad, one of the four regions of
Azerbaijan , and its capital, Irevan, have been a Muslim
region for centuries. 21 The author also submits a report
sent to the center by the Russian official Ivan Chopin to
clarify the conditions created for the Armenians in
Northern Azerbaijan, which was annexed to R ussia
after the Turkmenchay treaty. forced the Turks to move
from there. Land and property were divided between
the Armenians. Commenting on the situation and its
consequences, the author writes that in the 19 30s more
than 80% of the population of Yerevan were Muslim
Turks, but in subsequent years, as a result of Russian -
Armenian violence against Muslims, they were forced
to move from Yerevan to other regions. Thus, at the end
of the 19th century, Iravan, which had 6 large mosques,
50 highly educated Muslim priests and 1807
Azerbaijani families, became an Armenian city.
Even Ahmad Kasravi from Tabriz, one of the
founders of the theory of nationalism against
Azerbaijanis in Iran, in his book “Shahriyaran -e
Gomnam ” (Forgotten Dynasties , edition of 1928 )
protes ted against the falsification of the history of
Azerbaijan by Armenians and the creation of a fictional
and false history. (“Aydin”, Tabriz, 1388/2009, 348
pp.) On page 238: “Many Armenians claim that power
here ( in Armenia ) passed into the hands of Muslim s
after the Arab conquest. The rulers were sent here either
from Baghdad or from Azerbaijan. Dvin and its
environs for a long time were in the hands of Iranian
aristocrats ( it should be understood as the Azerb aijani
dar Asiya -ye Markazi va Qafqaz ( The essence of
changes in Central Asia and the Cauca sus ), Vazarat -e
omur -e Khareje, daftar -e motaleat -e siyasi va
beynolmelali, No 1,Tehran, 1373/1994, p.71 21 S.Sardariniya. İrevan yek vilayat -e m osalmanneshin
bud ( Yerevan - a province of Muslims ) “,Tabriz,
1380/2001, 248 p.

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aristocracy ), and the majority of the po pulation in this
region were Iranians ( Turks ).”22
Former General of the Army Hussein Fardust,
author of the book "Zohur va sogut -e saltanat -e
Pahlavi" ("The Rise and Fall of the Pahlavi
Government") (Volume 1, Ettelaat, Tehran, 1990, 708
pp.), Manija Turabzade, Akram Huseynpour
Reaffirming the position such authors as Fariba
Shahidifar, Fahima Vaziri, Samad Sardariniya, Ahmad
Kasravi, write that the territory of the Republic of
Armenia is the territory of the Ch ukursad province, one
of the four provinces of Azerbaijan. 23
All this shows that after the division of Azerbaijan
into north and south, such superpowers as the USA,
Great Britain, France, Germany and Russia, who want
to use these regions in their econo mic and political
interests, a territory that is an integral part of the Turkic
world, Against the Turks ( Azerbaijanis ) an act of
genocide was systematically committed in Azerbaijan.
The main goal of this genocide was the creation of the
so-called Armenian -Chr istian state in the territories
inhabited by Muslim Turks, and especially in the
vicinity of the Ottoman Empire, which was the strong
support of the Turks throughout the world. That is why
in regions such as Eastern Anatolia, North and South
Azerbaijan , Ar menians committed acts of genocide
against Azerbaijanis. Unfortunately, to date, a complete
map of this political act has not been developed.
Therefore, in order to understand and appreciate
the inhuman acts, atrocities, murders and robberies
committed by Armenians against Azerbaijan and
Azerbaijanis in different historical periods, in short,
acts of genocide committed against them, to study the
real history of this land based on facts, documents and
irrefutable sources. to make and convey to people in
writ ing.
In this regard, on March 26, 2020, on the website
of the Azerbaijan Student Movement (AZÖH) in
Persian, an author named H. Yazdani, based on
historical sources and scientific research, published a n
article 24 entitled “Tarikh -e mohajeran -e irvani v ə
tor kan -e armeni ra behtar beshenasim” (Let's get to
know better the history of the emigration of the Irvans
and Armenian Turks) deserves attention, and therefore
we need to focus on analyzing this article and comment
on its main content and purpose.
In this article, the author is trying to prove that the
Irvans (the author refers to the Armenian dynasty
called the Ervanids, Ervandids, Orontids, Ervanduni or
Ervandakan and calling them fake Armenians of our
time) settled in ancient Armenia, having subject ed th e
Turkic peoples to genocide. This is a group of Indian
and Aryan immigrants who are not related to
Armenians. The author of the article makes such a
thesis in the introduction to the article that in fact, the
modern inhabitants of Yerev an have select ed th e word
"Armenian" in their own interests. After that, the author
tries to prove this thesis put forward in the article with
22 Ahmad Kasravi. Shahriyaran -e Gomnam (Forgotten
Dynasties , edition of 1928 ), “Aydin”, Tabriz,
1388/2009, 348 p.
historical facts, logical comparison and scientific
methodology. We can say that the author achieved his
goal in the article, a nd th us he was able to give a
reasonable answer to modern nationalist Armenian
researchers, scientists and propagandists who tried to
confuse the scientific and social environment by
falsifying historical events.
The author of the article, H. Yazdani, emph asize s
that one of the main goals of this article is to provide
more information about the ancient country "Urartu",
since the inhabitants of Yerevan , or rather today’s
fake Armenians , intend to appropriate the history of
the civilization of Urartu in thei r own interests. In the
article, the author draws attention with his very
interesting considerations in the section “Manna
Khanate” and, with convincing evidence, explains the
etymology of “Armenian” identity and “Armenian”
geographical region. According t o thi s section, the
historical borders of the state of Manna coincide with
the province of West Azerbaijan in accordance with the
current administrative -territorial division of Iran, and
the capital of this country was Izurtu (Izurtu), and the
people of Ma nna s poke the language of " huri".
(Source : Iranian Identity in Ancient Times Richard N.
Fry Iranian Studies, Volume 26, No. 1/2 (Winter -
Spring, 1993), pp. 143 –146 ).
The word "yurt" or "yurd" in Turkish means
"homeland", and the word "az" is most likely u sed a s a
"iz" in the readings of foreign authors. “Izyurtu” means
home of “iz” (or “az” ) people ”. Further, the author
notes that the name of one of the leaders of the Manna
Khanate was "Aza", and it is believed that this name is
associated with the name "A zerba ijan". As for the
prefix "är" in Turkish (written in Persian, Arabic, as
well as in the old alphabet of Azerbaijanis in the form
"را" , it also sounds like "er" or "ur"), the author of the
article notes H. Yazdani. that this word was used in the
creati on of many heroic epics in Turkish, which means
"brave man " (Sour ce: Logatutturk -e Kashgari).
For example: Är (brave) + aslan (lion) = Ärslan
(Arslan - brave as a lion), är + khan = Or kh an (brave
khan) and so on. More interesting and noteworthy are
the author's views on the etymology and history of the
words "Armenian" and "Armenia", the examples he
gave and the sources confirming this.
Thus, after the author explains the meaning of the
expressions " är" (er, or ur), the inhabitants of Manna
"är" + Man(n)a ( Mini ) = Ärm ana (Armenia) ,
"är"+"Mini" = ärm ini ( armenian ) and states that the
expressions “ä rmana ” or “ä rmini ” ( armenian ) are
Turkic w ords, and that these words are not related to
today 's “ Yerevanians ” (in fact, today's fake armenians)
or even more so " hays " has nothing to do.
Regarding the meaning of the word Urartu, the
author of the article refers to the identity of the people
of Urar tu as Turanian, citing the “T atbi k a l-luğatl al-
jografiyai” (Applied Geography ) of Etimadussaltana,
and states that the word Urartu is pronounced as Urartur
23 Hussein Fardust . Zohur va sogut -e saltanat -e Pahlavi
(The Rise and Fall of the Pahlavi Government ), Vol.1,
“Ettelaat”, Tehran, 1990, p.85 24 https://www.azoh.net/4310/

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in the local language. The prefix “ ur” here refers to the
Sumerian language meaning “ holy place ” and the word
“tur ” means “ to be a Turk ”, U rartu, whic h means
“sacred homeland of the Turks ”.
The conclusion of the author: Ärmeni yy a
(Armenia ) is the country of Manna ( Är + Manna),
inhabited by brave people, and Urartu (Ur + är + tur) is
the sacred homeland of the brave Turks. Urmia (Ur +
Mi) is a lso the sacred place where Zoroaster was born.
As for the indigenous language, the author, based
on the results of recent research of existing sources,
writes that Urartu has nothing to d o with the Simite,
Indo -European and Eurasian languages, but is an
branch of the Huri language ( Source : The Oxford
Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East - Page
292 by Eric M. Meyers, American; Pre -history of the
Armenian People. I. M. Diakonoff).
One of the most interesting and important points
of the article is th at the author reveals the history of
today's "fake Yerevanians’ history". As a result of
foreign invasions in Urartu (Ermania -Ermenistan) (in
the 7th century BC), the invasion of Urartu by the
Ch imers, Sakas and Mados from the Balkans and the
subsequent di sputes for almost 100 years, the state
weakened, and local self -government collapsed. It was
captured in the 6th century. (Urartu collapsed
completely in 590 BC and was erased from the
his torical scene) ( Source: Chakhin M. (2001).
Kingdom of Armenia: Histo ry. Psychology Press , p.
107. ISBN 978 -0-7007 - 1452 -0; Van de Mieroop,
Marc. History of the Ancient Near East c. 3000 - 323
BC Cornwall: Blackwell, 2006, p. 205. ISBN 1 -4051 -
4911 -6)
The a uthor cites reliable sources, which say that a
group of followers of this Indian sect , Yerevanians in
the distant past migrated from India to the southeastern
Balkans and lived in small numbers. These people
called themselves the Ha y tribe (people). In the 6th
century BC, the Yerevan people (the Ha y tribe), who
lived in sm all numbers, moved to Lake Van.
The Armenian Encyclopedia also recognizes that
the ancestors of the “Armenians” (modern fake
Armenians) were Phrygian immigrants who migrated
from the sout hern Balkans to Urartu (Armenia) and
originally settled only in the west of the country as a
minority ( Source: Soviet Armenian Encyclopedia.
1986, Vol . 12, pp. 276 –283; Samuelyan, Thomas J.
(2000) Armenian Origins: A Review of Ancient and
Contemporary Sour ces and Theories. Iravunk Pub.
These fa ke "Yerevanians " called thems elves "ha y"
(most often "hayak" - hays ). Therefore, after the
conquest of the territory of Armenia ( Urartu ), the area
received the name "Hayestan", that is, " land of hays ".
After the conqu est of Armenia and the settlement of,
the Yerevanians (here means “h ays”) called them
“Armana” ( “Armenians” ). Greek historians still use the
word "Arm aniyy a", and the Persians use the word
"Ermenistan", but the Yerevanians or the people of
"Ha y" (ethnos) have never been presented as
Armenians in the past. In order to appro priate the land
of M anna (Arm ana ) lands, they call themselves
Armenians !!! However, their claims have no historical
basis.
The foregoing gives reason to say that "Kura,
Araz, Ararat and Armenia are the historical lands of the
Azerbaijani Turks (Azerbaija nis), and the "ha ys" are
the settlers in these lands and have never been the
"dominant people" in these territories.

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