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Map of Azerbaijan showing Qusar rayon

Qusar is a rayon of Azerbaijan. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Azerbaijan is divided into: 59 rayons (rayonlar; rayon - singular), 11 cities* (saharlar; sahar - singular), 1 autonomous republic** (muxtar respublika); All listed are rayons (with Rayonu after their name) unless otherwise noted. ...



Etnhic Groups

Population 85,000

Azerbaijanis or Azerbaijani Turks, are a Muslim people who number more than 25 million worldwide. ... Flag of the Lezgian people The Lezgins, also called the Lezgin, Lezgi, Lezgis, Lezgs, and Lezgians are an ethnic group who live mainly in southern Dagestan and northern Azerbaijan who speak the Lezgi language. ...


A Muslim is a believer in or follower of Islam. ...


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Qusar (Gusari) - Azerbaijan - Azerb.com (271 words)
Located under the backdrop of sacred mount Shahdag (4243m), on the right bank of the river Qusar, the north-eastern town of the same name is the next best thing to a capital for the Lezgin minority, which extends north into Russia.
In the western side of the town is located the recently built mosque, the wedding house and an odd monument with an airplane.
Built along the Guruchay River, with chalets scattered thoughout the forest, a sauna and steam-room complex, it is a perfect place to escape Baku.
Azerbaijan (820 words)
In Qusar District: A cell of the Islamic Congress was opened in the village of Samur on 2 April 1997, while a branch of Al-Kharamiyye started operating in the village of Piral on 15 May 2000.
In Xudat District: A cell of the Islamic World organization was opened in the village of Alekseyevka on 10 June 1998, a cell of the Islamic Relief Organization began to operate in the village of Lacat on 13 June 2000.
Pro-Wahhabi leaflets published in Balakan and Qusar, have been distributed in Zaqatala, Xacmaz and Xudat, as well as in Moscow and Magarramkent (Dagestan) since May-June 2001.
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