The roots of the current Azerbaijani-Armenian conflict begins at the end of World War I, with the invasion of Baku by Turkish forces in the Caucasus and the three-day massacres of the Armenian population there.
These massacres took place in September 1918, when Bahaeddin Shakir, one of the main authors of the Genocide against Armenians, was the head of the Baku Police Department.
During these massacres, Teskilati mahsusa members (Ottoman Empire Special Intelligence Organization) and local Azeris killed about 25,000 Armenians for three days and nights on the pretext of seeking revenge on Armenians for killing Azeris six months ago
It also seems to be fundamentally linked to a comprehensive, large-scale genocide program against Armenians in Turkey and abroad.
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