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Turkish Journalist Expresses Solidarity with Armenians of Artsakh, Criticizes Nationalist Extremism


Turkish journalist Uzay Bulut

Turkish journalist Uzay Bulut has offered insight into the situation in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), expressing optimism about the strength and endurance of the Armenians in the region.

In a series of tweets, Bulut acknowledged the historical struggles of Armenians in preserving their ancestral homeland in Artsakh. She characterized the ongoing Azeri blockade as particularly intolerable in light of this long-standing endeavor.


"The Armenians of Artsakh have for centuries struggled through blood, sweat, and tears to preserve their ancestral homeland, making the Azeri blockade even more intolerable," Bulut tweeted.

Furthermore, Bulut drew attention to the unfortunate backlash she has received from certain quarters, highlighting the challenges faced by those who prioritize humanity over divisive ideologies.


"Pathetic Turkish nationalists call me a 'traitor' because in their opinion, a true, patriotic Turk is supposed to be proud of the extermination of Armenians," Bulut lamented, shedding light on the complexities of addressing historical atrocities.


Bulut expressed her gratitude for being excluded from a group that promotes inhumane perspectives: "They think that my solidarity with persecuted Armenians excludes me from their special club of 'Turkishness.' I'm truly honored. No ethical person would want to be affiliated with these inhumane, low-IQ individuals."

The commentary from Uzay Bulut highlights the intricate dynamics surrounding the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, transcending national boundaries and emphasizing the importance of empathy and understanding.




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