Kifayat Jabi Aghayeva,
Elm və İnnovativ Texnologiyalar Jurnalı, 4, 2018, pp. 29-38.
The Khojaly genocide is one of the most terrible and tragic pages of
Azerbaijan history. 2500 inhabitants of Khojaly left behind out of a population of
seven thousand people suffered from this unseen terror act. The gruesome statistics
indicates that 613 people had been killed, of which 106 were women and 83
children; 1275 taken hostage, 150 went missing; 487 people became disabled and
invalid, 78 of whom are teenage boys and girls; 8 families had been completely
destroyed; 25 children had lost both of their parents, 130 children had lost one of
their parents; and 56 people had been killed with extreme cruelty and torture.
Sharing the fate of its population, the town of Khojaly had been completely
destroyed as well… This tragedy has been widely covered called genocide in the
world press [BBC Monitoring Service-United Kingdom; Feb 9, 2002].