Acute deficiency of factual materials that will confirm the declared number of deaths becomes especially noticeable at times when it is necessary to hold public events and produce advocacy and propaganda materials. Here it is where any photo materials with dead people depicted are being used, irrespective of their origin and authenticity as there is an assumption that no one is going to check: important is the primary effect.
Thus, in the Turkish city of Izmir, in an exhibition devoted to another anniversary of tragedy at Aghdam, and which was demonstrating the victims of “Armenian aggression”, Ahmed Jemal, idem Jemal Pasha, the main initiator and implementer of Armenian Genocide in 1915 was presented as one of those victims. His biography is presented here.
How the mortal remains of Jemal Pasha could after almost hundred years appear in the forefront of “Khojaly victims” is unknown.
Thus, the photos of the Azerbaijani agitprop in Turkish city of Izmir are presented below: