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Armenian media propagandize Islamophobia and Turkophobia

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Some media outlets approach to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in the context of a clash of civilizations, said Ali Hasanov, Azerbaijani president’s aide for public and political affairs and head of the pubic affairs department at the President Administration.

He made the remarks Apr. 27 while speaking at the breakout session titled “Media Literacy: Tools for Building Resilience to Violent Extremist Propaganda” within the framework of the 7th UNAOC Global Forum in Baku.

He said that this once again manifests itself in different media approaches towards the conflicts that have occurred in the countries of the former Soviet Union over the past twenty years.

Hasanov mentioned that violence, religious intolerance and extremism are rapidly spreading in the region where Azerbaijan is located.

He went on to say that media is becoming one of the parts of extremism, violence and racial discrimination.

Armenian media outlets are engaged in discrediting Azerbaijan, trying to legitimize the occupation of Azerbaijan’s lands, Hasanov emphasized.

2016.04.27 / 15:30
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