Güney Azerbaycan Milli Özgürlük Hareketi

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Güney Azerbaycan Milli Özgürlük Hareketi
Kısaltma GAMÖH
Genel başkan Piruz Dilençi
Kurucu Piruz Dilençi
Kuruluş tarihi 1991
Merkez Dilara Aliyeva Sok. Bakü, Azerbaycan.
İdeoloji Ülkücülük
Türk milliyetçiliği
Türkçülük
www.southazerbaijan.info

Güney Azerbaycan Milli Özgürlük Hareketi (GAMÖH) (Azerice: Cənubi Azərbaycan Milli Azadlıq Hərəkatı (CAMAH), Farsça: جنبش آزادیبخش ملی آذربایجان جنوبی , İngilizce: South Azerbaijan National Liberation Movement) Güney Azerbaycan'ın ilk bölücü örgütü olarak[1] 1991 senesinde Piruz Dilençi önderliğinde bir grup siyasetçi ve aydın tarafından kurulmuştur. [2] [3] [4] [5][6][7][8] [9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27] [28][29] [30] [31]

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İran'ın parçalanması, Bağımsız Güney Azerbaycan Türk Devleti'nin kurulması ve nihayetinde birleşik Azerbaycan'ın kurulması CAMAH'ın yüksek ve son amacıdır.[32]

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1999 yılında Tebriz'de ulusal hareketin güçlenmesi ile, Mahmudali Çehregani CAMAH lideri seçilmiş, 2002 yılında ise örgüt içi ayrılıklar neticesinde oy çokluğu ile Çehregani tamamen CAMAH-dan uzaklaştırılmış ve tekrar Piruz Dilençi CAMAH lideri olarak faaliyetlerini sürdürmeye başlamıştır.[33] Bundan sonra, Çehregani CAMAH-dan ayrılan bir grup şahısla GAMOH adlı yeni bir kurum yaratmıştır.

Bugün Güney Azerbaycan'ın önde gelen siyasi kurum ve kuruluşlarının tamamı zamanında, özellikle DAK, BAB ve GAMOH CAMAH'dan doğmuşlar.[34]

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  1. ^ http://www.gunaskam.com/tr/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=317 Güney Azerbaycan'da Devrimden Sonra Oluşan Siyasal ve Sivil Teşkilatlar - Dr. Hüseyin İSALI
  2. ^ http://www.gunaskam.com/eng/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=140&Itemid=44 The Islamic Republic and the Independence of the North - By: Dr. Nissman is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and the author of "The Soviet Union and Iranian Azerbaijan" (Westview, 1987).
  3. ^ http://www.ecoi.net/local_link/180962/298257_de.html Liberation Army of Azerbaijan (Liberation Army of Southern Azerbaijan) (January 1998 - August 2001) believed to have been formed in 1993 in Iran [IRN37710.E] - IRB - Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
  4. ^ http://www.jamestown.org/single/?no_cache=1&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=6197&tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=217 Dr. Nissman
  5. ^ http://ca.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azerbaidjan_Irani%C3%A0 Azerbaidjan Iranià
  6. ^ http://www.myetymology.com/encyclopedia/Southern_Azerbaijan.html Southern Azerbaijan
  7. ^ http://www.middleeastinfo.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=5066 www.middleeastinfo.org
  8. ^ http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20061017134505AAbomPV What is your OPINION about this news?
  9. ^ http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azerbaiy%C3%A1n_iran%C3%AD Azerbaiyán iraní
  10. ^ http://archive.is/20121105182727/http://en.newikis.com/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Log/2007_March_27.html Piruz Dilanchi's name is mentioned in a report by the United Nations Refugee Agency UNHCR and also in a paper published by The Jamestown Foundation.
  11. ^ http://co.ask.com/wiki/Azerbaiy%C3%A1n_Meridional Movimiento de Liberación Nacional de Azerbaiyán Meridional
  12. ^ http://dbpedia.org/page/Azerbaijan_(Iran) About: Azerbaijan (Iran)
  13. ^ http://www.iranian.com/Times/2000/Jana/Roodbar/news.html Piruz Dilenchy, head of the National Liberation Movement of Southern Azerbaijan...
  14. ^ http://www.radioodlaryurdu.com/Hist.html HISTORY OF AZERBAIJAN
  15. ^ http://www.travel-images.com/az-south.html South Azerbaijan (Guney Azerbaycan)
  16. ^ http://www.bigsoccer.com/community/threads/is-the-former-forward-of-iran-nt-aziz-a-mongolian.128766/page-2 Is the former forward of Iran NT Aziz a Mongolian?
  17. ^ http://cssaame.com/issues/20/Samii.pdf The rally was for Iranian-Azeri nationalist Mahmoud Ali Chehra- gani (Johragani), according to Piruz Dilenchi, head of the National Liberation Movement of Southern Azerbaijan, cited by ANS televi- sion, January 7, 2000. Baku’s Space TV, January 8, 2000.
  18. ^ http://www.hri.org/cgi-bin/brief?/news/balkans/rferl/1999/99-01-08.rferl.html Eldar Sabir oglu, a spokesman for the ruling Yeni Azerbaycan party, has rejected allegations that the party has discussed with a senior Iranian diplomat in Baku the possibility of cooperation with Iranian political parties, Turan reported on 7 January. Those allegations were made at a press conference in Baku two days earlier by Piruz Dilenchi, one of the leaders of the Movement for the Liberation of Southern Azerbaijan. LF
  19. ^ http://www.hri.org/cgi-bin/brief?/news/balkans/omri/1996/96-09-10.omri.html Iran has demanded the extradition of Piruz Dilenji, chairman of the South Azerbaijan National Liberation Committee (SANCL), and a number of other Iranian emigrants living in Azerbaijan, Segodnya reported on 4 September. Iran has been pressuring Azerbaijan to back up its declared neutrality towards the nationalist movement in Azeri-populated northern Iran with concrete steps. Dilenji, who said Azerbaijani officials have warned him that he may be extradited to Iran, may have to choose between leaving Azerbaijan and halting his activities. -- Elin Suleymanov
  20. ^ http://iwpr.net/report-news/baku-rebuffs-azeri-refugees Opposition parties also accuse the government of using the refugees as political hostages. They point to the much-publicised defection last summer of Piruz Dilenchi, chairman of the Baku Committee of the National Liberation Movement for South Azerbaijan.
  21. ^ http://www.jamestown.org/single/?no_cache=1&tx_ttnews%5Bswords%5D=8fd5893941d69d0be3f378576261ae3e&tx_ttnews%5Bany_of_the_words%5D=piruz&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=6197&tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=7&cHash=bd638dd8c66508cf06af1a433bb12ac2 By the end of 1994, however, several factors--the convergence of Iranian-Russian geopolitical interests especially on the status of the Caspian Sea, Iran's support for pro-Islamic groups in Azerbaijan and for Armenia, and Tehran's continuing unwillingness to allow Azeri-language institutions to emerge in northern Iran--led to the revival of the Southern question in Azerbaijan. In November, a conference in Baku convened by the People's Freedom Party featured a keynote address by Piruz Dilenchi, a representative of the Southern Azerbaijan National Liberation Party. Dilenchi argued that almost 1,000 Azeri youths were being trained by Tehran to foment an Islamic revolution in Baku. He and his colleagues also talked about the repressions Tehran was visiting upon Azeris in Iran itself. In December 1994, the Baku Information Center of the Southern Azerbaijan National Liberation movement released an appeal by Azeri students in Iranian universities asking that Azeri Turkic become the language of instruction in Southern Azerbaijan. - (By: Dr. Nissman is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and the author of "The Soviet Union and Iranian Azerbaijan" (Westview, 1987).)
  22. ^ http://www.globalsecurity.org/wmd/library/news/iran/1999/2-110199.html Piruz Delenchi, a leader of the National Liberation Movement of South Azerbaijan...
  23. ^ http://www.unhcr.org/refworld/topic,463af2212,464dbe402,3df4be444,0.html www.unhcr.org
  24. ^ http://www.globalsecurity.org/wmd/library/news/iran/1999/9-010399.html Compiled by A. William Samii
  25. ^ http://www.hri.org/news/balkans/omri/1996/96-09-10.omri.html IRAN DEMANDS EXTRADITION
  26. ^ http://articles.janes.com/articles/Janes-Intelligence-Review-96/BAKU-AND-TEHRAN-RENEWED-TENSIONS.html BAKU AND TEHRAN, RENEWED TENSIONS, Archived
  27. ^ http://www.rferl.org/content/article/1141249.html Radio Free Europe
  28. ^ UNHCR - Iran: The death of Dr. Mohammad Taghi (Taqi) Zehtabi in December 1998 and the situation of other leaders of the Azerbaijan (Azeri) national movement
  29. ^ http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/594537.stm www.news.bbc.co.uk
  30. ^ http://www.gunaskam.com/eng/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=140&Itemid=44 The Islamic Republic and the Independence of the North - By: Dr. Nissman is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and the author of "The Soviet Union and Iranian Azerbaijan" (Westview, 1987).
  31. ^ http://www.ecoi.net/local_link/180962/298257_de.html Liberation Army of Azerbaijan (Liberation Army of Southern Azerbaijan) (January 1998 - August 2001) believed to have been formed in 1993 in Iran [IRN37710.E] - IRB - Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
  32. ^ http://politikaakademisi.org/?p=3362 GÜNEY AZERBAYCAN TÜRKLERİ VE OLASI BİR İRAN-ABD SAVAŞI’NDA YAŞANABİLECEKLER - Emrah ALTINKAYA / Caspian Weekly Koordinatörü
  33. ^ http://southazerbaijan.info/cehreqani.php 21 Ocak 2002 tarihinde Mahmudali Çehreqaninin CAMAH-dan çıkarılması konusunda alınan karar
  34. ^ www.mfa.gov.az/files/file/7(2).pdf AZƏRBAYCAN RESPUBLİKASI XARİCİ İŞLƏR NAZİRLİYİNİN JURNALI №7, 2004: What preoccupied Tehran was not just the Caspian Sea crisis of 23 July 2001, and agreements among Russia, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan to bilaterally determine the delimitation of their respective portions of the Caspian's seabed. On 12 August, in the midst of concerns with Kurds, Turks, Azerbaijanis, Israelis and Americans, the Azeri question again came to the fore. On that day, there was a failed assassination attempt of Piruz Dilanci, a leader of the National Liberation Movement of Southern Azerbaijan (NLMSA: Guney Azerbayjan Milli Kurtulu Hareketi) and a well-known poet, at his home in Baku. Dilanci was himself an émigré from Tabriz, the capital of Azerbaijan-Iran, having arrived in Baku in the late 1980s. He did not rule out that Tehran's agents might have organized his attempted assassination.103 The NLMSA was organized in the early 1990s by a group of political émigrés of Azeri origin from Iran. The NLMSA declared that its principal goal was the independence of Southern Azerbaijan, that is, Iran-Azerbaijan104. Tehran could not, however, dawdle over the actions of the NLMSA...