Categories Armenia 20 Year's Since Armenian Pogroms in Sumgait, Azerbaijan – February 1988 Post author By Artur Papyan Post date 27.02.2008 7 Comments on 20 Year's Since Armenian Pogroms in Sumgait, Azerbaijan – February 1988 All Armenian Bloggers – please join in the commemoration of these tragic events. Already joined: mkdotam pigh aerial-vortex uzogh kornelij ditord F5 blog Unzipped saramarabu 517design More on Sumgait.info Share this:MorePrintPocketTelegramWhatsAppEmail Tags Azerbaijan, Genocide, Mass Killings, Nagorno-Karabakh, Pogroms By Artur Papyan Journalist, blogger, digital security and media consultant View Archive → ← Lord of The Ring? The Two Towers? → Statement of Armenian Civil Society on Elections 7 replies on “20 Year's Since Armenian Pogroms in Sumgait, Azerbaijan – February 1988” Seems like the events took place yesterday. Actually – the day is tomorrow, but since there was a flashmob today, I decided to join in and promote the action. No no, I mean it seems like 20 years is really just yesterday. 🙂 sadly – I think many people are starting to forget it, and there’s really a need to remind and i do not know russian… Armen I linked to an English version, as well. It can be found at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumgait_pogrom Though keep in mind anti-Armenian groups have power over WikiPedia edits, so take it with a grain of salt. it’s really sad, and it’s irritating when azeries pretend to be victims themselves, every time I hear the people who suffered from these events or when I see any videos referring to this, it just becomes strikingly painful. I regret, I say I am sorry for all those people who suffered the horror. Comments are closed.