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NATIONAL COUNCIL MARKS 130TH BIRTHDAY OF MAMMAD AMIN RASULZADEH
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On January 28, the National Council of Democratic Forces held an event at Popular Front Party premises to commemorate Mammad Amin Rasulzadeh, the founder of Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, on his 130th birthday. Chairman of the National Council, Jamil Hasanli made a speech about Rasulzadeh's life and his social and political activity. He called the establishment of independent Azerbaijan Republic in 1918 'the triumph of Rasulzadeh ideas.' "The names of those, who fought against Rasulzadeh, sank into oblivion. But the tricolor flag, the mirror of Rasulzadeh's thoughts, brought together the whole nation when it was raised on squares" said Hasanli, criticizing the government for its indifferent attitude towards Rasulzadeh. Researcher of Rasulzadeh heritage, department head at Ege University, Ali Yavuz Akpinar said Rasulzadeh bequeathed such a rich heritage that has not been fully explored yet. Other speakers spoke of Azerbaijani people's commitment to Rasulzadeh ideas. They expressed disappointment with the facts that his works are not taught at schools and his name stripped from Baku State University has not been reinstated. Popular Front Party leader Ali Karimli called attention to two exemplary traits of Rasulzadeh's personality: "One of them was his firm belief in victory even in the most difficult situations and when he did not enjoy overt support. He trusted that one day Azerbaijan will restore its independence. His second attribute was his farsightedness and readiness to undesirable outcomes." "With his selfless dedication to Azerbaijan's independence and prosperity, Rasulzadeh has left a valuable heritage for later generations. The people that has raised such a genius cannot tolerate slavery and will inevitably gain democracy and freedom," Karimli said.
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Added: 2014-02-02
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