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Whole Azerbaijan

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Whole Azerbaijan

The Whole Azerbaijan map.

Whole Azerbaijan (Azerbaijani: Bütöv Azərbaycan) is a concept that tells the political and historical union of territories currently and historical inhabited by Azerbaijanis or historically controlled by them.[1]


  • History 1
  • Current use 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4


The idea of Whole Azerbaijan was formulated by [4] In his views published postmortem in 2002, he opposed the idea of a separate and independent South Azerbaijan.[6]

Current use

Distribution of the Azerbaijanis in neighboring countries.

The term Whole Azerbaijan is still preserved in a number of political initiatives including the SANLM (CAMAH) and Whole Azerbaijan Popular Front Party. Although the boundaries of Whole Azerbaijan are not strictly defined, some proponents portray them as encompassing the following areas[7]:

See also


  1. ^ "Diaspora agrees to reintegrate Iranian Azerbaijan in Republic of Azerbaijan". Retrieved 30 August 2012. 
  2. ^ Arif Keskin, Arif Keskin, Güney Azerbaycan Milli Demokratik Hareketi Yol Ayrımında, TÜRKSAM Azərbaycan Stratejik Araşdırma Mərkəzi, February 6, 2003
  3. ^ Program of South Azerbaijan National Liberation Movement
  4. ^ a b Satranç Tahtasında Azerbaycan ve Farsistan Arif Rehmoğlu, Avrasya Dosyası, Avrasya Stratejik Araştırmalar Merkezi, Spring 200], Ankara
  5. ^ "Böyük Azərbaycan tarixən şimalda Dərbənddən başlayıb, Həmədan mərkəz olmaqla Bəsrə körfəzinədək uzanırdı" Bütöv Azərbaycan yolunda, Əbülfəz Elchibey, Ecdad Yayınları, Ankara, 1998
  6. ^ Bütöv Azərbaycan Haqqında, Yeni Müsavat newspaper, Baku, 2002
  7. ^ Bütöv Azərbaycan Haritası
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