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Topic - Rafael Ismailov
"For me, the top priority must be recovering our homeland," says Rafael Ismailov, a retired truck driver injured during the attack 20 years ago.
"There was a time for negotiating, but that has not given us the results we want," he says. "I am against war, but if it takes force to get our land back and they can find a truck I can drive with my ruined foot, then they can strap me in and I will help lead the charge."