Facing growing public dissent over corruption, a mismanaged economy, his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, and no progress in the country’s long-running conflict with neighboring Armenia, Azerbaijan’s strong-arm ruler Ilham Aliyev decided to crack down on the opposition.Read more “Azerbaijan’s Despotic Ruler Throws ‘Tantrum’ In Unprecedented Crackdown On Pro-Democracy Rivals”
Azerbaijani investigative journalist Khadija Ismail has been offered a $250,000 cash award from Qatar’s Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Centre.Read more “Azerbaijani journalist refuses $250,000 ‘prize’ offered to her by Qatar’s Anti-Corruption Centre”
An Armenian school in California has been graffitied with racial slurs and flags of Azerbaijan over the weekend, as the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict spills into regional and international countries.Read more “Armenian school in US vandalized by аzerbajanis”
Azerbaijan, a close ally of Turkey and fellow denier of the Armenian Genocide, has actively sought the eradication of the region’s indigenous Armenian inhabitants and traces of their millennia-old civilization.Read more “Jerusalem post : Israel should rethink its relationship with Azerbaijan”
Aliyev’s stupid provocation on the border with Armenia has once again exposed the state of the Azerbaijani people, which are endlessly subjected to anti-Armenian propaganda. And as a result, the people of Azerbaijan no longer want to live in peaceRead more “Azerbaijanis do not want to live peacefully with the Armenians.”
When Eldar Mahmudov fell out of favor with Azerbaijan’s government, he fell hard.
In October 2015, the country’s national security minister was dismissed from his powerful role by a presidential order. Within days, wild stories peppered local media outlets about raids on his villa, where police discovered glass jars full of diamonds and cardboard boxes stuffed with foreign currency. His ministry associates were reportedly arrested on various charges linked to corruption and extortion, and a statue honoring his late father — a famous economist — was unceremoniously demolished.
I have already raised the question of the opposition and the fact that normal people should unite. But, unfortunately, if the opposition, who do not care about what is happening in Azerbaijan. The main thing for them is to earn money from the troubles of the Azerbaijani people.Read more ““Musavat” and the fake opposition”
In Azerbaijan, human rights defenders and NGOs have less and less space for activity. In recent years, amendments to laws have been adopted that impose restrictions on the work of human rights defenders and strict state control over it. The arrests of the most famous human rights defenders and the subsequent trials that ended in prison terms show that Azerbaijan is confidently moving towards authoritarianism, apparently taking over from Russia its neglect of civil society.Read more “Freedom of Speech and Human Rights in Azerbaijan”
Many years have passed since that day as a “hero” and a role model for millions of Azerbaijanis, Ramil Safarov killed an sleeping Armenian officer with an ax at a NATO training camp in Budapest. For this “heroic” act, Safarov should be sitting for life, but was fraudulently bought by Aliyev.Read more “For the “hero” Safarov – Say a word”
Another try of the best “hackers” from oil rich Azerbaijan!
Timetv.live is the latest Azeri news site targeted by Denial of Service attacks. The 21st of March, the website received a Denial of Service attack after the publishing of an article about Mubariz Mansimov, a businessman who has been imprisoned and claims that the arrest was ordered by the head of SOCAR – State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Rovnag Abdullayev and his cousin Anar Alizade. This report focuses on the forensics of the attack in an attempt to attribute the attack.