The 30-year-old assailant was killed by the police after injuring four people in the Nazareth Restaurant and Deli.22:38 12.02.16 | 0 comments
yes! This genocide recognition business started out as a non-military method of creating Greater and ethnically-cleansed Armenia, after the military options failed. now, it has a life of its own: it feeds Armenian hatred of Turks (just watch their TV and read their publications and visit their Sunday Church events); that hatred then turns around and drives crazier and crazier ambitions on Turkey. Turkey is bound to be hurt from these attacks (embarrassment, diplomatic turmoil, etc.), but Armenians just as well and probably more. The last time I checked it, in the last few years more than 1.5 million Armenians had emigrated from Armenia. How strange it is that Armenians' policies have created more losses during time of peace than the alleged genocide committed by the Turks during a world war and years of communical conflict! They are doomed to fail again and again until they figure out that self-driven hatred will only take them down a deeper abyss. Have a nice trip!