January 8, 2014

Two more Azerbaijani terrorists killed in Syria

Two more Azerbaijani terrorists killed in Syria - 



Two more Azerbaijani citizens who participated in the fighting on the side of the terrorists have been killed in Syria. According to the Azerbaijani news agency "APA", two sites belonging to terrorist groups fighting against government forces in Syria extended this information.

It is reported that Namik Askerov, who fought with "Frente al Nusra" group associated with "Al-Qaeda" was killed. Someone called Soltan Azeri Seifullakh was killed too. Sites also spread photographs of murdered Azerbaijani terrorists.

According to "APA" in battles against Bashar al-Assad’s forces in Syria hundreds of Azerbaijanis are involved in various groups, dozens of them have been killed.

In the last period of time the media reported about a number of deaths of Azerbaijani terrorists in Syria. In early April, the Turkish sites have reported that about 30 terrorists from Azerbaijan have already been killed in Syria. According to the Azerbaijani conflict scientist Arif Yunus more than 300 Islamists from Azerbaijan are fighting in Syria, Afghanistan and Pakistan. However, according to Arif Yunus and the "Facthaber” portal, over 100 Azerbaijani terrorists are fighting in Syria. Azerbaijani terrorists had even placed an online video-record calling for "jihad.

The relationship between international terrorist groups and Azerbaijan originated in the early 1990s. That time, the Azerbaijani army, having failed in the aggression against Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR), retreated with losses. Trying to save the situation, the Azerbaijani leadership, headed by Heydar Aliyev attracted to the war against the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh international terrorists and members of radical groups from Afghanistan (groupings of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar), Turkey ("Grey Wolves", etc.), Chechnya (groupings Basayev and Raduyev etc.) and some other regions.

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