We are all a sharp knife on Turkey’s throat, says ASALA fighter

"Neither the Diaspora nor Armenia has matured to the level to have a say on the Genocide issue. Each insists on their own remarks, with no essential progress being observed. We have to first of all introduce the Genocide recognition issue to our people. I don’t think Armenia is now powerful enough to make Turkey recognize ...

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