The fascist AKP-MHP fascist government, after being excluded from the ceasefire negotiations in the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan on the Nagorno-Karabakh border, has deployed 2 thousand jihadist from Afghanistan and a further 2 thousand 500 from Pakistan to the conflict zone, Erdogan’s media outlets reported. The articles shared by A Haber and Anadolu Agency (both owned by Erdogan) were deleted after three hours.
Supporting the claims, an Armenian news website ‘Free News’ shared a telephone conversation between two Azerbaijani civilians in Agdam who were speaking about the presence of Pakistani fighters in their territory. A transcript of the conversation is as follows:
“What’s wrong with the internet, why doesn’t it work?” the first civilian asked.
The second civilian replied saying, “our ministry has turned it off. As a lot of things happen here, people get in touch with Armenians, that’s why they have turned it off.”
The first civilian asked if shooting is taking place in the other civilian’s area.
The second civilian replied, “On Agdam’s side. They have gathered Pakistani soldiers and have taken them towards Agdam.”
Previously, it has been documented that jihadist-funding Pakistan is mobilizing its terrorist elements in the region to the aid of Azerbaijan after a call was issued by Turkey. Pakistani terrorists have since been piling up on the Azerbaijan/Nagorno-Karabakh border as a token of Pakistani loyalty to Erdogan’s promises of establishing jihad, as the country’s official army is busy fighting on India and Afghanistan Borders.
The Afghan and Pakistani jihadists are being trained by the “Jamaat-e-Islami / Islam Society”, which Russia defined as “recruitment centres of a jihadist terrorist organization.” The terrorist organization has strong presence in the northwestern regions of Pakistan, an area populated largely by Pashtuns.
Both French officials and regional powers had previously warned that thousands of gangs affiliated to Al-Nusra and ISIS in Syria and Libya are being deployed to the new war in the Caucasus through SADAT (a Turkish paramilitary company). The “company” also organises the financing of the jihadists through undisclosed government funds.
Though, Azerbaijani links to terrorist jihadist organizations goes further than the affiliations stipulated by Turkey. The Azerbaijani President’s former bodyguard headed one of the radical terrorist groups in the territory of Syria, confessed a Chechen who had fought for so-called “Sasitlin squad” in one of the military units of the group “Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar”, according to the newspaper Novaya Gazeta.
The war between the states of Armenia and Azerbaijan on the Nagorno-Karabakh border begun on September 27 with the provocation of the fascist AKP-MHP government. The provocation attempts, and Turkey’s “two countries, one nation” campaign with Azerbaijan comes unsurprising as the Nagorno-Karabakh region is rich with natural resources. Turkey’s hostility towards Armenian people, a rotten narrative of Turkish superiority, has been intensified by the fascist Erdogan government in attempts to legitimise the expenditure of scarce government funds on yet another unnecessary war.
Turkish hostility towards Armenians dates back to as far back as 1914 when the Ottoman government committed a genocide, one which it still incredibly denies, of 1.5 million ethnic Armenians. Even today, Turkey refuses to recognize Armenia as a sovereign state.