AIT students visit the Museum of Memorial at Prosecutor General’s Office of the Republic of Azerbaijan
Students of Azerbaijan Institute of Theology (AIT) visited the Museum of Memorial at Prosecutor General’s Office of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
The museum is located in an area of 320 square meters, which consists of 4 sections: history, deportation, repression, genocide and terrorism.
Students familiarized themselves with the paintings in the entrance of the museum. The paintings reflect the mourning silence of genocide victims. The Khojaly Faryadi (Khojaly Scream) is a clear evident for this. Apart from this, a great photo describing the march to the monument with the participation of more than 100,000 people under the guidance of President Ilham Aliyev in the Khatai district on February 26, 2012, was demonstrated at the entrance of the museum.
The museum is equipped with a rich literary fund of books of foreign and Azerbaijani authors about genocide, deportation, military crimes against our people.
The participants were informed about the photos reflecting destroyed images of various parts of Azerbaijan in the early 20th century during the acquaintance with the museum and lifestyle of the population during the acquaintance with the museum. A special map on the touch screen monitor installed in the museum provides information in several languages about the genocide committed by Armenians against our people in different parts of the country over the past century. There is also a corner where national leader Heydar Aliyev and President Ilham Aliyev’s activities for the recognition of genocides against Azerbaijanis in the world community.
The museum also provides thorough information about historical Guba, Javad, Goychay, Shamakhi and Baku districts as well as atrocities committed by Armenians in these accidents. Installations and photos reflecting the attack of Armenian armed units and the 366th regiment of the former Soviet Army on the night of February 25-26, 1992 as well as other exhibits were demonstrated in the sections of genocide and terrorism.
Institute organizes meetings with war veterans, various seminars and film screenings to develop students as patriotic, brave and worthy citizens who love their country and are ready to protect it.