List of attacks by ASALA

This is a list of attacks by the Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia (ASALA) and Justice Commandos Against Armenian Genocide (JCAG). Between 1975 and 1985, a total of 84 incidents were recorded: 46 people were killed and 299 injured.[1][dead link]

List of attacks

Date Location Target Tactic Fat Inj
20 January 1975 Beirut, Lebanon Religious figures/institutions Bombing 0 0
In a 1978 press conference, a spokesman for ASALA claimed that the January 1975 bombing of the Beirut offices of the World Council of Churches was the group's first operation.[2][dead link]
22 October 1975 Vienna, Austria Diplomatic Assassination 2 0
Turkish Ambassador Danis Tunaligil is assassinated in his study by three Armenians. ASALA claims responsibility.[citation needed]
24 October 1975 Paris, France Diplomatic Assassination 2 0
Turkish Ambassador Ismail Erez and his chauffeur Talip Yener are killed. Both ASALA and JCAG claim responsibility.[citation needed]
18 December 1975 Beirut, Lebanon Diplomatic Bombing 1 0
The Turkish embassy in Beirut was attacked with rockets; one person was killed. ASALA claim responsibility.[3][dead link]
28 December 1975 Beirut, Lebanon Diplomatic Bombing 0 0
Two rockets were fired at the Turkish embassy in Beirut. ASALA claim responsibility.[4][dead link]
16 February 1976 Beirut, Lebanon Diplomatic Assassination 1 0
First Secretary in Turkish Embassy Oktay Cerit is assassinated in a restaurant on Hamra Street. The ASALA claims responsibility.[5][dead link]
4 January 1978 Athens, Greece Diplomatic Bombing 0 0
Bombing attack on the car of Turkey's Assistant Press Attache Metin Yalman in Athens. The ASALA claims responsibility.[6][dead link]
10 March 1978 Athens, Greece Diplomatic Bombing 0 4
Three small bombs exploded under cars owned by Turkish diplomats in the Palaio Faliro-Kalamaki area of Athens, slightly injuring a Turkish diplomat, two policemen and a passerby. The ASALA claims responsibility.[7][dead link]
2 June 1978 Madrid, Spain Diplomatic Assassination 3 0
Attack on Turkish Ambassador Zeki Kuneralp's automobile by three people. His wife Necla Kuneralp, retired Turkish ambassador Besir Balcioglu and Spanish chauffeur Antonio Torres dies. Both ASALA and JCAG claim responsibility.[8][dead link]
18 December 1978 Geneva, Switzerland Airports & airlines Bombing 0 0
An explosive device was thrown at the Turkish Airlines office in Geneva. No one was injured in the explosion which shattered the windows of the building. The ASALA claims responsibility.[9][dead link]
27 August 1979 Frankfurt, Germany Airports & airlines Bombing 0 1
A bomb shattered a Turkish Airlines office in central Frankfurt, injuring a woman in a streetcar passing by the building. The ASALA claims responsibility.[10][dead link]
12 October 1979 The Hague, Netherlands Diplomatic Assassination 1 0
Ahmet Benler, the son of Turkish Ambassador Özdemir Benler is assassinated by Armenians. JCAG and ASALA claim responsibility.[citation needed]
17 November 1979 Paris, France Airports & airlines Bombing 0 2
Three bomb explosions at airline offices of Turkish Airlines, the Dutch airline KLM, and the German line Lufthansa in central Paris. Two policemen were injured in the attacks. A spokesman for the ASALA claims responsibility in a telephone call to AFP, saying: "Let imperialism and its collaborators all over the world know that their institutions are targets for our heroes and will be destroyed. We will kill and destroy because that is the only language understood by imperialists."[11][dead link]
25 November 1979 Madrid, Spain Airports & airlines Bombing 0 0
Two bombs went off in front of the Madrid offices of British Airways, and Trans World Airlines. The ASALA claims responsibility by saying: "These were airlines of world imperialists, and that the attack was to serve as a warning to Pope John Paul II to cancel his trip to Turkey."[12]
22 December 1979 Paris, France Diplomatic Assassination 1 0
Turkish Tourism Attache Yilmaz Holpen is assassinated while walking on the Champs-Élysées. Several groups, including ASALA, JCAG and the "Commandos of Armenian Militants against Genocide" claim responsibility.[citation needed]
23 December 1979 Rome, Italy Other Bombing 0 0
A bomb exploded in front of the Dina Boarding House. The home is a refugee center and a part of Ansha in Rome, responsible for the transfer of many Armenians to the United States and other countries. The ASALA claims responsibility.[13]
23 December 1979 Rome, Italy Airports & airlines Bombing 0 12
Three bombs exploded in front of Air France, and TWA offices in three different parts of downtown Rome. A dozen people were injured. The ASALA claims responsibility by saying these were "in reprisal against the repressive measures of French authorities against Armenians in France."[14]
18 February 1980 Rome, Italy Airports & airlines Bombing 0 0
A bomb in Rome damaged the offices of Swissair. In anonymous call to Rome office of the Associated Press the ASALA claimed responsibility.[15]
10 March 1980 Rome, Italy Airports & airlines Bombing 2 12
Two bombs detonate at Turkish Airlines office in Rome's Piazza della Repubblica, killing two and injuring 12. The second bomb was calculated to kill or wound the curious who came to watch after the first bomb went off. The ASALA claims responsibility.[16]
29 July 1980 Lyon, France Diplomatic Armed attack 2 2
Two gunmen shot up the Turkish Consulate in Lyon, killing two people and seriously wounding two others. The ASALA claims responsibility.[17]
31 July 1980 Athens, Greece Diplomatic Assassination 2 2
Turkish Administrative Attache Galip Özmen and his family are attacked while sitting inside their car (1980 Turkish embassy attack in Athens). Galip Özmen and his 14 year old daughter Neslihan are killed. His wife, Sevil, and his 16 year old son, Kaan were injured. ASALA claims responsibility.[18]
26 September 1980 Paris, France Diplomatic Assassination 0 1
The press secretary of the Turkish Embassy in Paris was wounded as he entered his home. Police discovered the envoy lying in the street, shot twice, but still conscious. After hospitalization, he was pronounced in satisfactory condition. ASALA claims responsibility.[19]
3 October 1980 Milan, Italy Airports & airlines Bombing 0 0
The Turkish Airlines (THY) office in Milan was bombed causing some damage but no injuries. ASALA claims responsibility by saying "the attack was as part of a campaign to stop the flow of Armenian emigrants to the US" in a phone call to the Italian news agency ANSA.[20]
5 October 1980 Madrid, Spain Airports & airlines Bombing 0 12
In Madrid, the office of Alitalia was bombed. Although physical damage was minimal, 12 persons were injured. The bomb exploded at a time calculated to injure a large number of people. ASALA claimed responsibility.[21]
12 October 1980 London, United Kingdom Airports & airlines Bombing 0 0
A Turkish Airlines office was bombed in London causing damage but no injuries. The caller said "the bomb was meant to protest the Turkish government's bloody action against Kurds and Armenians". The bombing might also have been related to bombings by JCAG in Hollywood, Paris, and an almost simultaneous one in London. Scotland Yard said that it would be an extraordinary coincidence if the two London bombings were not related.[22]
10 November 1980 Strasbourg, France Diplomatic Bombing 0 0
The Turkish Consulate in Strasbourg, France was bombed causing significant material damage but no injuries. In a telephone call to the Agence France-Presse office, a spokesman said the blast was a joint operation and marked the start of a "fruitful collaboration" between ASALA and Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). [23]
10 November 1980 Rome, Italy Business, airports & airlines Bombing 0 5
Two bombings, one at a Swiss Airlines office, and one at a Swiss tourist bureau, injured 5 people in Rome, Italy. The bombings were first claimed by the October Third Group which said it was protesting "Swiss and Italian fascism". However, in a call to Agence France-Presse, ASALA and PKK claimed responsibility saying that "while they regretted injury to innocent people, there would be more attacks against private and public establishments in Turkey because of growing opposition to the government and in Switzerland because it locks up our militants."[24][25]
19 November 1980 Rome, Italy Airports & airlines Bombing 0 0
The offices of the Turkish Airlines were damaged when a powerful bomb exploded. In a phone call to the Associated Press shortly after the explosion, the ASALA claimed responsibility.[26]
1 January 1981 Unknown, United States Business Bombing 0 0
A small bomb exploded at a Carpeteria store and the owners were threatened with more violence unless money was paid to the ASALA. In November of 1987 Vicken Tcharkhutian, a member of ASALA, admitted to having taken part in this extortion/bombing scheme.[27]
13 January 1981 Paris, France Diplomatic Assassination 0 0
A bomb exploded in the car of Ahmet Erdeyli, the financial adviser of the Turkish Embassy in Paris. He escaped without injury. An investigation by French officials showed that the explosion was caused by a hand grenade placed under the front fender of the car. ASALA claimed responsibility for the attack.[28]
3 February 1981 Los Angeles, United States Diplomatic Bombing 0 0
Los Angeles police dismantled a bomb discovered on the doorstep of the Swiss consulate. An Armenian group calling itself "October 3" has claimed responsibility for the bombing of a number of Swiss government and commercial buildings throughout Europe in recent months. The group has been seeking the release of Alex Yenikomeshian, who is related to a Geneva hotel bombing (with Suzy Mahseredjian) which went off during their assembly. Suzy Mahseredjian was released by a Swiss court and allowed to return to the United States after she was accused of affiliation with ASALA. In November, 1987, Vicken Tcharkhutian admitted in federal court that he had built the weapons used in this attack. Vicken Tcharkhutian is a member of ASALA. [29]
4 March 1981 Paris, France Diplomatic Assassination 2 0
Two armenians open fire on Turkish Labour Attache Resat Morali, Religious Affairs Officer in Turkish Embassy Tecelli Ari, and Paris representative of Anadolu Bank Ilkay Karakoç. Morali and Ari are killed. ASALA claims responsibility.[30]
12 March 1981 Teheran, Iran Diplomatic Assassination 2 0
A group of ASALA members try to occupy the Turkish Embassy, killing two guards in the process. Two of the perpetrators are captured and later executed by the Iranians. ASALA claims responsibility.[citation needed]
9 June 1981 Geneva, Switzerland Diplomatic Assassination 1 0
Secretary in the Turkish Embassy Mehmet Savas Yergüz is assassinated by Mardiros Jamgotchian. Arrest of Mardiros leads to the formation of a new ASALA branch called the "Ninth of June Organization".[31]
15 September 1981 Copenhagen, Denmark Airports & airlines Bombing 0 2
A man was seen shortly before the explosion placing two plastic bags outside the building. Only one of the bags containing explosives went off; the second bomb was detonated by army experts. Two people were injured in the attack, one of them seriously. The offices were severely damaged. ASALA claimed responsibility.[32]
24 September 1981 Paris, France Diplomatic Barricade/hostage 1 2
Four Armenians occupy the Turkish Consulate General (1981 Turkish consulate attack in Paris). During their entry into the building, the Consul, Kaya Inal, and a security guard, Cemal Özen, are seriously wounded. Armenians take 56 hostages. Özen dies of his injuries in the hospital. ASALA claims responsibility.[33]
25 October 1981 Rome, Italy Diplomatic Assassination 0 0
A gunman attempts to assassinate a Turkish diplomat named Gökberk Ergenekon. The diplomat returns fire and wounds the attacker ( probably Monte Melkoyan ). ASALA claims responsibility.[34]
3 November 1981 Madrid, Spain Airports & airlines Bombing 0 3
A bomb explodes at a Swissair office in Madrid, injuring three people. ASALA claims responsibility.[35]
15 November 1981 Beirut, Lebanon Business Bombing 0 0
The Banque Libano Francaise and the Union des Assurances de Paris were bombed in East Beirut. Although the damage was extensive, no one was injured. The attacks were claimed by the Orly Organization. (ASALA later listed this incident in its chronology of Orly actions in "Armenia").[36]
26 March 1982 Beirut, Lebanon Private Citizens & Property Bombing 2 16
ASALA claimed credit for the bombing of a movie theater in the Armenian section of Beirut which caused two deaths and more than 16 injuries. ASALA said the movie theater frequently featured films either made in Turkey or spoken in Turkish.[37]
8 April 1982 Ottawa, Canada Diplomatic Assassination 0 1
Kani Gungor, a commercial counselor at the Turkish embassy in Ottawa, was seriously wounded by gunmen in the parking garage of his town- house. In Beirut, Lebanon, the Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia assumed responsibility in a call to the media. A letter from the group was also mailed to the media in Los Angeles, California. It reinforced the claim in the name of the Zaven Abedian Commando Group of ASALA. The attack prompted Canadian authorities to improve security measures at the U.S., French, and Swiss embassies. All three countries had Armenians in custody for attacks on Turkish targets. [38]
26 May 1982 Los Angeles, United States Business Bombing 0 0
The Los Angeles offices of the Swiss Bank Corporation were bombed. Suspected was Vicken Tcharkhutian, a senior designer for Fluor, a major Southern California engineering firm, and his alleged accomplices, Hratch Kozibioukian and his wife Stranouche of Van Nuys, and Varant Chirinian of Glendale. All are accused of involvement in the Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia. Federal investigators identify the group as a Marxist-Leninist organization headquartering in Lebanon and responsible for bombings in Europe, Canada, and the United States. Tcharkhutian fled to France who refused to extradite him to the United States; he then fled to Libya. His accomplices face trial in December. (See 5/30/82 incident also attributed to this group.) Tcharkhutian was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport in October, 1987. In November he admitted in federal court to his involvement in a series of bombings in the U.S.[39]
30 May 1982 Los Angeles, United States Airports & Airlines Bombing 0 0
Three members of ASALA were arrested and accused of placing an "explosive device" in front of the Air Canada cargo building at Los Angeles International Airport. The bomb was defused by members of the Los Angeles Police Department's bomb squad. The arrests, made later in the day, were the culmination of four months of joint investigation by the FBI, Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office of a series of local bombings dating back to 1980. The three accused are Hratch Kozibioukian, his wife Stanouche Kozibioukian, and Varant Barkev Chirinian. Police believe this latest bombing may have been retaliation for the arrest of Armenians in Canada two weeks ago. A fourth member, Vicken Tcharkhutian, was discovered in France. The U.S. request for his extradition was refused by a French court on grounds that the 1909 Franco-American extradition treaty does not cover bomb fabrication. France did expel the Armenian, however, who left for Cyprus, and thence to Libya. Tcharkhutian was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport in October, 1987. In November he admitted in federal court to his involvement in a series of bombings in the U.S.[40]
21 July 1982 Paris, France Government Bombing 0 0
A bomb exploded outside a third-floor Left Bank Paris apartment formerly occupied by Regis DeBray, a French leftist activist, writer, and a special adviser to President Francois Mitterrand. In an anonymous phone call, a person claimed that the bombing was the responsibility of the Revolutionary French Brigades, but police feel it was the responsibility of Armenians, in retaliation for the French government's failure to release the four Armenians held in a French jail.[41]
7 August 1982 Ankara, Turkey Airports & Airlines Bombing 9 78
ASALA members attacked the Ankara Esenboga Airport. Nine people were killed and 78 injured in the bomb and machine-gun shootout between the Armenians and Turkish security forces. The dead included an American and a West German passenger. The Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia (ASALA) claimed responsibility for the attack and stated that the attack was against the "Turkish fascist occupation of our land," and warned of suicide attacks in the United States, Canada, England, Sweden, and Switzerland unless 85 prisoners held in those countries were not released within seven days. A caller to the press stated that the operation was staged by "Martyr Kharmian Hayrik Suicide Squad." Hayrik was not further identified. An ASALA member was apprehended and put on trial at the Ankara Martial Law Command 3d Military Court on September 8. Levon Ekmekjian, a French national of Lebanese extraction, was wounded during the attack and admitted that he had an accomplice in the killing and that it had been planned for some time. When he was on the stand, he said "I came here motivated by belief, however, after this incident understand how ridiculous and wrong that belief was...." Ekmekjian was sentenced to death, but was expected to appeal the sentence. Claims later made by ASALA maintained that there were two assault teams and that the first unit struck the headquarters of the Turkish military police near the airport and then took over the passenger terminal. ASALA claimed that there were more than 30 fatalities and 102 injuries in the two operations. [42]
9 September 1982 Burgas, Bulgaria Diplomatic Assassination 1 0
Administrative Attache at the Turkish Consulate General Bora Suelkan is assassinated in front of his home. The assassin leaves a message "We shot dead the Turkish diplomat: Combat Units of Justice Against the Armenian Genocide." An anonymous caller claims that the assassination is the work of a branch of the ASALA.[43]
14 July 1983 Brussels, Belgium Diplomatic Assassination 1 0
Administrative Attache in Turkish Embassy Dursun Aksoy is assassinated. ASALA, ARA and JCAG claim responsibility.[44]
15 July 1983 Paris, France Airports & Airlines Bombing 8 55
Orly airport attack. A bomb exploded in a suitcase at the Turkish Airlines check-in desk in the airport's crowded southern terminal. 3 people were killed immediately in the blast and another 5 died in hospital. Among the victims were 4 French, 2 Turks, 1 American and 1 Swede. Varoujan Garabedian (Varadjian Garbidjian), a Syrian national of Armenian extraction, was found guilty of planting the bomb and sentenced to life in prison.[45]
29 April 1984 Teheran, Iran Diplomatic Assassination 1 0
Two Armenians riding a motorcycle open fire on Isik Yönder as he drives his wife, Sadiye Yönder (Turkish Embassy employee), to the Turkish Embassy. Isik Yönder is killed. ASALA claims responsibility.[46]
13 August 1984 Lyon, France Transportation Bombing 0 0
A small pipe bomb detonates at the railway station in Lyons. Defect in bomb is credited with preventing any injuries or fatalities. Responsibility for the blast was claimed by ASALA and M-5.[47]
3 January 1985 Beirut, Lebanon Journalists and media Bombing 0 0
A bomb detonates in an apartment above the office of Agence France-Presse. ASALA claimed responsibility for the incident.[48]
7 December 1985 Paris, France Business Bombing 0 25
Bombs exploded in two adjacent stores, 25 people injured. The Palestine Liberation Front, Islamic Jihad and ASALA all claimed responsibility. [49]
3 March 1986 Beirut, Lebanon Other Assassination 1 0
(ARF) Zaven Tashjian, assassinated by ASALA in Beirut. [50]
29 October 1987 East Beirut, Lebanon Diplomatic Armed attack 2 1
Gunmen opened fire killing two French Embassy guards wounding another while shopping in East Beirut. A claimed spokesman for ASALA claimed responsibility, others denied. Tanyus Shahin Armed Unit claimed responsibility, demanding the release of George Ibrahim Abdallah. [51]

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