FIFA UEFA Sanction Azerbeijan Football club Qarabag

FIFA UEFA Sanction Azerbeijan Football club Qarabag

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Nurlan Ibrahimov, head of the press service of Qarabag football club of Azerbaijan wrote on Facebook: 

“We [Azerbaijanis] must kill all Armenians – children, women, the elderly. [We] need to kill [them] without [making a] distinction. No regrets, no compassion.”

The Armenian Football Federation’s call for sanctions against Azerbaijani Club Qarabag, “we call on FIFA and UEFA to denounce this hate speech and incitement to violence and sanction Club Qarabag. There must be zero tolerance for hate speech, calls for murder, and xenophobia in football.”

We call on Adidas, official uniform brand of Azerbaijani Club FK Qarabag, to sever all ties with the club and say NO to hate speech, terrorism, and calls for ethnic cleansing and genocide.

Ibrahimov’s statement comes in the wake of war between Azerbaijan and Armenia on September 27, 2020. To date, Azerbaijan (backed by Turkey and Syrian mercenaries) continues bombing civilians, targeting churches, schools, and hospitals.  Usint cluster munitions and most recently, it is using white phosphorus bombs to burn the forests in Artsakh, near civilian communities. These war crimes are a violation of international law and constitute crimes against humanity.

Azerbaijan and Turkey are carrying out a second Armenian Genocide in Artsakh after their fascist dictators called to “finish” what their “ancestors started”, referring to the Armenian Genocide of 1915 where 1.5 million Armenians were massacred by the Ottoman Empire, now modern day Turkey. Ibrahimov’s statements confirm Azerbaijan and Turkey’s intent to destroy all Armenians by inciting the murder of all Armenians - women, children, and the elderly - without regrets.

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