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Photo № 19. The battle of Karintak

Плод, извлеченный из распоротого чрева матери

Either to consolidate the status of a victim or to present Armenians as murderous terrorists the Azerbaijani agitprop never stops seeking new ways to shock internal as well as external audience with all kinds of horrific images of corpses.

In 2013 the eliminated Azerbaijani militants from the brigade of Riad Ahmedov near Karintak were given as “tortured people from Khojaly” (az. Dashalti). (http://ankakh.com/ru/2011/01/89031/)

The offensive began in the night of January 25 to 26. The fighting lasted a little bit more than 12 hours. Advancing fighters ran into a defensive position of the Armenians. 79 soldiers of the enemy died in the battle. Dozens more were killed while fleeing. By the end of the day the snowy ridge was wholly covered by the corpses of Azerbaijani soldiers.

And now, 21 years later, the bodies of Azerbaijani armed forces militias killed in the battle on January 25, 1992, are presented as civilian victims of Khojaly.

The photos presented below clearly illustrate that the killed didn’t have a peaceful nature.

 

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