I will discuss the parallels between the Khojaly genocide and October 7, and how this led to Azerbaijan’s support for Israel in this war.
The Azerbaijanis empathize with Israel because they have suffered the same terrorism that Israelis suffer today.
The Armenian government said it could take in 40,000 displaced families.
Eleven Azerbaijanis, both police officers and civilians were reported killed.
Azerbaijan plays a crucial role in helping Europe reduce its reliance on Russian gas and oil.
Azerbaijan and Israel are cooperating in his interrogation.
"Israeli technology can greatly help us in agriculture with their desalination and drip irrigation technology, and many other innovations.”
Naturally, the presence of high-ranking Israeli officials on their border arouses Iranians’ anger and suspicions.
Opening an embassy in Tel Aviv did not take place in a vacuum.
“If we are forced to and are dragged into war, Azerbaijan will defend itself.”
"A Shia Muslim country has now opened up an embassy in Tel Aviv and become a friend of Israel."
“It’s good that, finally, we have an Azerbaijani embassy in Israel.”
Baku supplies Israel with an estimated 40% of its oil.
The crowd protested for four hours, despite the bitter cold and the snow.
A team of 370 Azerbaijanis reached the earthquake area to assist in the rescue operations.
Diplomatic staff and family members were evacuated after a gunman killed the embassy’s head of security and wounded two others.
Iran has recently been greatly disturbed by the opening of a new Azerbaijani Embassy in Tel Aviv.
In the video you can see one of the guards attacking and struggling with the gunman.
"Armenia used to be majority Azerbaijani. These people need to return to their homeland.”
“We share a common and dangerous enemy - the Iranian tyranny that threatens to destroy both our nations."
“Congratulations and good luck to the first Azerbaijani ambassador to Israel!” tweeted George Deek, Israeli ambassador to Azerbaijan.
It’s one more reason why Tehran is strengthening its relationship with Armenia, Azerbaijan’s sworn enemy.
“Iran will be fragmented,” Dr. Kedar predicts. “It is only a matter of time – and casualties, unfortunately.”
Lapid said, "The decision to open an embassy reflects the depth of the relationship between our countries."
They cannot read or write in their mother tongue, since this is banned under the mullah’s regime.
Both Israel and Azerbaijan share an existential fear regarding Iran’s aggression.
Both Israel and Azerbaijan view Iran as an existential threat.
A similar attack was carried out earlier by Lebanese Armenians against the Azerbaijani embassy in Beirut.
"Israel did not provide us with anything. Nothing. Zero!"
In 2020, Azerbaijan claimed that its pipeline had been targeted during the Nagorno-Karabakh war.